Comic-Con 2012 Red Carpet – The Ladies, Part 1
Let’s get this party started, right? We’ve been dancing around the margins of it, but Comic-Con exploded over the weekend, with enough stars to justify Oscar-level coverage. No, really. We’ve got a ton of poorly thought-out celebrity looks to get to, so we’re gonna have to do it the patented T Lo Quick n’ Bitchy style.
T Lo’s Quick n’ Bitchy Pancake Mix will be hitting supermarket shelves Fourth Quarter 2012. Look for it! We couldn’t get a fragrance deal.
Also, remember: The rules here – if it can even be said that there are any rules – hold that you shouldn’t try too hard or look too polished for this crowd.
Very cute, but a bit too business-like. She could have mitigated that by not choosing pointy-toed pumps. A wedge or something like that could have brought this down a little. Great color on her, though.
That’s about right. A bit colorless, though.
Enh. Everyone at the Breaking Bad event was fairly dressed up, so we can’t really single her out, but still. This is kind of bland.
There’s a girl who knows how to dress for this scene. She looks cute.
She looks a little crazy, which, oddly enough, is also quite appropriate for Comic-Con.
Jessica Biel in Mugler and Joe’s Jeans
Too dressed up.
Karen Gillan in 3.1 Phillip Lim
Oh, Amelia Pond, BLESS YOU. Why are we not surprised that you showed up in the perfect nerdy-girl chic getup? Adorable.
Kate Beckinsale in Rag & Bone
She has a long history of giving fanboys wood. The lady knows what she’s doing here.
Kerry Washington in J. Mendel
That skirt is gorgeous – and too showy for Comic-Con. Also, the top really doesn’t go with it.
As we said, the Breaking Bad event was unusually dressy, but this strikes a perfect balance. A little bland. though. Hate the shoes.
Lea Michelle in Stella & Jamie
She looks like a very eager job applicant.
Just last week we said she can back and forth from “stoner mom” to “fierce as shit.” Guess which one she chose today? She’s Con-ready, but we can’t say this is all that cute. She looks a little frumpy, to be honest.
Nina Dobrev in Katharine Kidd
She looks comfortable and dressed appropriately for the sometimes sweaty climate inside the convention center. That she is also likely to whip the fanboys into a frenzy makes a nice bonus.
Rachael Taylor in Jenni Kayne and Suno
Star Trek shirt, pajama bottoms, and Aladdin shoes. Honey, the nerds just might crown you their queen.
“HAHA! It’s hot and so am I, fanboys! I don’t need to dress up! Suck it!”
Perhaps a bit on the showy side, but she looks pretty.
[Photo Credit: Getty]