Style File: Lauren Conrad's 10 Best Red Carpet Looks
Lauren Conrad has come a long way since her Laguna Beach days, but her style? It's been impeccable since day one. After retiring from reality TV, the star-turned-designer launched several successful lines, including her affordable Kohl's collection LC Lauren Conrad and her slightly more upscale Paper Crown line.
With an eye for beauty and a hand for design, LC and her myriad of talents have proven that she can hold her own in the competitive world of fashion. And clearly, that has translated quite well onto the red carpet. Let's backtrack to her earlier days—the star stunned at the 2007 MTV Movie Awards in a sweeping Pamella Roland gown that hinted at just a whisper of pink (above, left).
Fast forward six years and LC nailed it again in a Camilla and Marc wide-leg one-piece (center). And most recently, she literally turned heads in an extravagant headpiece that matched her polka dot Paper Crown dress at the Kentucky Derby (right).
Pamella Roland, 2007
Conrad was a Grecian goddess at the 2007 MTV Movie Awards-she swept onto the red carpet in a pale pink Pamella Roland gown that she accessorized with jewelry by Loree Rodkin and Kaviar and Kind, and Giuseppe Zanotti sandals.
Pogah Couture, 2008
LC flaunted her svelte frame at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards in a plunging white-metallic Pogah Couture mini dress, complete with Le Vian jewelry, a Kara Ross clutch, and metallic Sergio Rossi peep-toes.
Lauren Conrad, 2008
3.1 Phillip Lim, 2008
LC struck a pose with co-star Audrina Patridge at The Hills season four finale party in a bedazzled 3.1 Phillip Lim mini and metallic Christian Louboutin peep-toes.
Conrad looked elegant in a plunging, tiered gray Topshop gown with strappy metallic heels and House of Lavande jewelry at the VH1 Save The Music Gala in New York.
BCBG Max Azria, 2011
Conrad shimmered on the red carpet at the 2nd Annual Autumn Party in a plunging sequined BCBG Max Azria mini, neutralizing over-the-top shine with delicate gold jewelry and neutral accessories.