Fashion Plate: Kerry Washington

Kerry Washington has delighted the big screen for over a decade with superb performances in movies like Django Unchained, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Ray, Save the Last Dance and I Think I Love My Wife. The talented actress has most recently been charming critics and viewers alike with her turn as Olivia Pope in ABC’s hit series Scandal. Thanks to her unwavering star, Washington has been on every major red carpet as well as various press events donning incredible fashions. Working closely with her stylist Erin Walsh, Washington helps to select her own stylish ensembles, saying to People magazine, “It’s a creative outlet for me. I don’t choose to wear anything that I’m going to be uncomfortable in and I don’t dress for other people’s opinions. I dress for my own opinions.” See some of our favorite head-turning looks from the star below.

Kerry Washington Fashion

Top Row: In a white tulle Donna Karan dress at the 8th annual Keep A Child Alive Black Ball, donning a Stella McCartney long-sleeve lace dress with fringed underlay at the 2012 American Music Awards, wearing a rhinestone-embellished nude Miu Miu confection at the 2013 Golden Globes, in a beaded-bodiced coral Miu Miu gown at the 2013 Academy Awards. Bottom Row: In a fitted Calvin Klein dress at the 2010 ELLE Women in Hollywood Tribute, in a high-low Michael Kors ensemble at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, at the 2011 Emmy Awards in a silk tulle skirt embroidered Zuhair Murad dress, in a duchess-satin one-shoulder Lanvin dress at an Elle magazine Tods event in 2013. 

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