Kristen Stewart named “Best Dressed Woman in the World” by Glamour Magazine – surprised?

For the second year in a row, Kristen Stewart has been named the “Best Dressed Woman in the World.” THE WORLD? Really Glamour? What were you guys smoking the day you picked her? I think she dresses well – but to call her the BEST dressed woman in the world might be a bit of a stretch. Who’s with me?

She often seems happier in scruffy jeans and trainers than a posh frock. But it seems Kristen Stewart still has a few fashion lessons for her British contemporaries. The tomboy American actress has been declared the world’s best-dressed woman, ahead of Harry Potter star Emma Watson and the Duchess of Cambridge. It is the second year in a row Miss Stewart has topped the annual fashion list compiled by Glamour magazine.

The 23-year-old Twilight star was praised for her ‘personal rock-chick style’. Although she sometimes embraces high fashion on the red carpet, she often dresses down in her free time. CONTINUE READING…

She once admitted she can sometimes be found wanting in the fashion stakes, saying: ‘I go outside, and I’m wearing a funky T-shirt and my hair is dirty, and people say, ‘‘What’s wrong with her? She needs to invest in a hairbrush’’.

Miss Watson, also 23, remained in second place. In recent years she has ditched her innocent image as a child star with a series of sultry photoshoots and risqué film roles.

The Duchess of Cambridge moved up one place to third. The 31-year-old royal has been praised for her demure outfits during her pregnancy. Her sister Pippa Middleton jumped 32 places to 15. Also in the top five were Spider-Man star Emma Stone and singer Taylor Swift. Other names in the top 50 include Kate Moss, Keira Knightley and actress Lily Collins, daughter of Phil.

Glamour’s 50 best-dressed women of 2013 appears in the June issue of the magazine, out on May 6.

I’m surprised she beat out Kate Middleton…. who is always flawless. Who else could you have seen in the #1 spot?

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