Don’t you just love awards season, darlings? So many bad choices, so little time to point them out.
We’re almost sorry we used this joke yesterday, because it applies equally as well here: she looks like she’s wearing the lining to a much prettier dress.
Brad Pitt in Gucci
Dude, why are your tuxes all so big on you? This one actually isn’t too bad, but you still look like you suffered a sudden weight loss.
Busy Philipps in Antonio Berardi
Don’t like the shape here at all. Her curves are straightened out and her shoulders are broadened.
Female drag queen. Total compliment.
Diane Kruger in Prada
We like the yellow and gray combo, but we don’t think this dress needed competing yellows. Interesting, though. Reminds us of hard-boiled eggs.
Elizabeth Olsen in Emilio Pucci
Ellie Kemper in Alberta Ferretti
Pretty, but the bottom’s kind of weird.
Evan Rachel Wood in Valentino
Flawless, but also surprisingly understated.
Jessica Chastain in Balenciaga
Pretty, but the top’s maybe a little too blouson.
Kirsten Dunst in Christian Dior
Gorgeous and chic – even with the bows and sadly standard shoes.
Melissa McCarthy in David Meister
She gets a lot of press for dressing her size well and we have to say, we rarely agree. This suits her very well, though.
Shailene Woodley in Calvin Klein
The ladies always go for the pin-straight hair and lack of jewelry when they get a CK gown. Ladies, you don’t have to make yourself up like a CK model when you wear one of his dresses. It looks good, but it also looks very expected.
Stacy Keibler in Giorgio Armani and George Clooney
Seems like every picture of them has her looking at him and him looking away. We don’t love her hair this way for this dress, but she looks great otherwise.
Viola Davis in Raoul
Again with the shoulder-broadening. No complaints, though. She looks striking once again.
Blouson tops are going to be a thing this awards season. The ladies want to eat carbs, apparently.
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