Maggie Betts turns a jersey LBD into an edgy ensemble with strappy platform sandals, leather cuffs and black nail polish.
Maggie Betts, wearing a lovely asymmetrical electric blue gown, is joined on the red carpet by her BFF and fellow UNICEF Junior co-chair of The Snowflake Ball, Barbara Bush.
We love how the leather ribbons wrapped around a sweet tiered gown elevates Maggie Betts look from pretty to tasteful dominatrix.
Maggie Betts is very much into elegance and sophistication. Here, she dons a navy wrap gown kept young and fresh cinched at the waist with a wide black belt. Her precious David Yurman statement necklace adds a touch of refinement.
Maggie Betts works the safari trend in a slinky dress in an understated olive hue that is sure to stand-out amongst a sea of black. She completes the look with a cream clutch, a bold cuff and metal and rope necklace.
Staying true to her bohemian spirit, Maggie Betts looks flawless in a softly pleated gown with a deep neckline.
Maggie Betts is all urban chic front row at the Herve Leger runway show in a metallic number from the designer paired with a cropped black blazer and a brown Balenciaga Arena bag.
When Maggie Betts wants to make a sexy statement, she often turns to Herve Leger for his figure flattering and high-wattage frocks. We love the unexpected pairing of her black tights with this glam number.
This heavenly tulle masterpiece by Bill Blass is a show stopper on Maggie Betts.
This art deco print BCBG gown is a perfect match for Maggie Betts’ love of effortless maxi dresses that steal the show.
A striking belted caftan is a piece de resistance on Maggie Betts.