Darlings, it was the Critics’ Choice Television Awards, where the stars come out on their best behavior because if there’s one thing a star cannot abide, it’s criticism.
So let’s get to criticizing, bitches!
It looks like a decent enough dress on her from this angle. Love the Y-B-W color combo. The shoes are kinda heavy, though, and the slit’s just a skosh too high.
Alison Brie in Oscar de la Renta
This is actually quite pretty for Alison. It’s a bit heavy and serious-looking (and the pumps don’t help), but it’s a fairly grownup look for someone who hasn’t always hit the RC looking like a grownup.
Ariel Winter in Collette Dinnigan
Sweet, without being twee.
Beth Behrs in Paule Ka
We’re surprised we like this as much as we do, since she’s all one color, like a salt shaker or something. But she looks kinda chic to our eyes.
Busy Philipps in Michael Kors
S’alright. A bit too boobular, maybe.
Matronly – and a bit on the ugly side.
That’s pretty damn fabulous. Maybe the criss-crossing bit is a bridge too far.
What’s with all the black pumps? It’s June, for Coco’s sake!
Ginnifer Goodwin in Viktor & Rolf
Totally shapeless. We don’t know how you can put something like this on and not realize that it isn’t working.
Hayden Panettiere in Keepsake
Cute – if she was at a pool party. It’s a bit on the casual side for an awards show.
Julianne Moore in Jason Wu
PRAISE JESUS! Or Praise Jason Wu, anyway. Miss Julianne finally ditched those fussy Lanvin dresses that look terrible on her and went for something sleek and easy. Nicely done.
Julie Bowen in Marchesa
Julie clearly got drunk and passed out in the closet where she stores all her gift wrap.
Kate Walsh in Jenny Packham
Toned, brightly colored, and sexy. Attagirl.
We should hate this dress for those weird sleeves, but we think she’s kinda killing it here.
Regina King in Romona Keveza
Ohhhhhhh, sweetie! Those satin strappies on your feet? Girl, what were you thinking? Everything else looks fantastic, though.
Sarah Hyland in Collette Dinnigan
Sarah’s totally Looking Through the Eyes of Love* in this figure-skating getup. Some color would have gone a long way.
*Throwing a reference in for the 40-and-up crowd.
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