Charlize Theron's Leg Is Causing Heart Palpitations On Our Best-Dressed List


08/04/2016 2:15 AM AEST | Updated 08/04/2016 2:15 AM AEST

It's not every day that a dress makes us have a physical reaction. But this week, Charlize Theron stepped out in a white Dior dress that made us feel all the feels. 

And she wasn't the only star who turned it up. Lea Michele looked like royalty in a jaw-dropping ball gown, Kelly Rowland slayed in a low jumpsuit and Uzo Aduba stole the show in an orange Elizabeth Kennedy number.

Check out the best-dressed stars of the week and let us know if you agree with our picks. 

  • Think about your outfit from all angles.
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    Charlize Theron in Dior: Can we get a moment of silence for that slit, please? It looks like decades in the spotlight have taught Theron how to make a statement on the red carpet. And you can believe that this is a look we won't be forgetting anytime soon.
  • Go for a one-shoulder dress.
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    Uzo Aduba in Elizabeth Kennedy: Aduba's one-shoulder crepe evening gown is hugging her in all the right places. And that color? Come on, it couldn't be more perfect for her complexion. 
  • Don't be afraid to wear a ball gown.
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    Lea Michele in Elie Saab: This could be our favorite Lea Michele look... ever. The sheer detailing, full ball gown skirt and low neckline are making the actress look like she is straight out of a fairytale. 
  • Keep the print you love, but change up the silhouette.
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    Lauren Conrad in Alice + Olivia: Conrad usually goes for flirty, ultra-feminine dresses, so this sleek, tight-fitting midi dress is a nice change. It still gives a nod to her girlie style (with the floral print), but the silhouette is a little more grown-up.
  • Break out the bold colors.
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    Ashley Greene in Narciso Rodriguez: This color is doing the actress all kinds of favors. It not only brightens up her complexion, but it also makes her shiny hair pop. We are so happy to be seeing more bright hues as the weather heats up. 
  • Sometimes it's better to look white hot than red hot.
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    Kelly Rowland: OK, our jaws just hit the floor. This white jumpsuit is hitting it out of the park. The fit, the color and that neckline... A+.
  • Muted colors are great for spring.
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    Naomi Watts in Valentino: This dress is whimsical in just the right way. The muted blue color and long hemline give it a fashion-forward feel, while the embellishments add a hint of playfulness.
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