George Clooney's new bride, Ms Amal Alamuddin, is not only beautiful, but has style in spades too.
The 36-year-old Lebanese-born noted human rights lawyer has been showing off feminine and fun looks since she was first spotted with the famous heart-throb in October last year.
Two weeks ago, she got married to him in Venice in an off-the-shoulder lace wedding gown handembroidered with pearls and diamante accents by Dominican-American designer Oscar de la Renta. The designer also created a second bridal dress for the wedding reception: a short, tiered, Gatsby-esque mini dress with beaded fringe.
The groom was dressed by his go-to Italian designer Giorgio Armani in a black tuxedo.
Over the four days of festivities, she showed off a number of glamorous outfits. She arrived by boat in the city of canals in a black and white striped midi dress by Italian label Dolce & Gabbana, which has reportedly since sold out at stores. She completed her retro-chic outfit with a hat box to boot.
Later that night, she donned a red and black dress with a high-low hem by British label Alexander McQueen.
The morning after the wedding, she wowed in a romantic, white long-sleeved mini dress by Italian designer Giambattista Valli with a high-low hem and floral appliques around the waist.
Perhaps she made the biggest style statement last Monday in the outfit she chose for the civil wedding ceremony.
The cream-coloured top, trimmed with a black hem, was paired with cream wide-legged pants - both by British designer Stella McCartney - and a wide brimmed hat. It was an easy, elegant look evocative of style icon Bianca Jagger's wedding look in the 1970s.
Freelance stylist Karen Ng describes Alamuddin's style as "classic with an edge", based on what she has seen so far.
"It seems like she's amped up her efforts to be on a par with a stylish guy like George Clooney," she says, adding that the bride looked glamorous and beautiful in Venice.
But the wedding dress itself, Ms Ng adds, was a little underwhelming because it looked very simple compared with the other outfits.
However, she appreciates that the lawyer seems willing to experiment with different silhouettes and accessories like hats.
"With a figure like hers, she can definitely take fashion risks," Ms Ng says.
Designer Danelle Woo, of feminine local label Aijek, points out the Giambattista Valli dress as a strong style moment.
"She looks like an understated exotic beauty. The dress is voluminous, has beautiful textured appliques and is appropriate for the occasion."
But Ms Woo adds that her day dressing seems less impressive, veering towards a "grown-up girl-next-door" look with a lot of "almost boring" basics with minimal experimentation.
But the barrister should have plenty of designers to choose from.
Says Ms Woo: "Every label targeting the bold, confident woman of today may flock to dress her."