Natalie Nicole

7/1/13 @ 1:05pm PST
Tags:  Desiree Hartsock, The Bachelorette, Dress, Rose Ceremony

While Des Hartsock Looks For Love, We Love Her Outfits

Desiree Hartsock

The premiere of “The Bachelorette” was full of eye candy due to both the hopeful bachelors and the impeccably dressed Desiree Hartsock. For her premiere rose ceremony look, she chose a silver stunner that glowed on her skin as it caught the light. The mermaid scale design on the fabric made it difficult to tear your gaze away (in a good way), especially with the way it showcased Des’s super toned body. She sported a romantic red lip to match the roses she was bestowing on the lucky men.

Desiree Hartsock dress

The FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising) alum designed this dress herself for a different rose ceremony. She opted for a vibrant royal blue toned fabric to go along with her gorgeous gemmed neckpiece.

Desiree Hartsock

With the gorgeous mansion and expensive cars in the background, Des looks every bit the ideal music video girl on this date where she and the men got to perform a rap with rapper Soulja Boy. The style of her magenta dress is a must have in every girl’s closet because of its versatility – you can wear it day or night, and it’d still look cute in the winter paired with tights and boots. Here, Des rocks it with a pair of rock star heels.

Desiree Hartsock the bachelorette

On a fun group date inspired by the upcoming film “The Lone Ranger,” damsel Des and the guys were transported to the Wild West as they were taught to ride horses and act like real cowboys. Des looked charming in her lady-like attire of a dress paired with gloves and a fascinator. Her dress would very well work in a modern-day girl’s closet as a free-spirited, frilly and fun getup on a summer day.

Who will win Des's heart and what gorgeous and fun outfits will Des wear next? Find out on this week’s episode of “The Bachelorette” Monday night. 

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