Kittens, it was Entertainment Weekly’s big Comic-Con celebration! An event which perfectly sums up everything that’s wrong with Comic-Con today! EW!
Okay, okay; we’ll stop moralizing about it. The stars are here to stay and they brought their parties with them. We’ll just have to accept that. The best we can do now is judge them and make fun of the bobbleheads they all have due to the weird camera angles.
Works for us.
Collapsed plackets make us weep, but this ain’t the Oscars and besides, he’s cute.
A little bit “going out with the girls after work.”
Boring, but serviceable.
A-freaking-dorable. Love your shoes, little girl!
Also looks like she’s hitting the bar for Happy Hour.
Someone’s been tanning lately. If she’d worn a pair of kickass sandals, this would’ve been perfect.
Feels a bit too prissily put together, but he’s working it, we’ll give him that.
Oh, honey. Haven’t we all said goodbye to the folded-napkin dresses? And your shoes are totally bridesmaid, Khaleesi.
Emilie de Ravin
WHY DOES EVERYONE LOOK LIKE THEY JUST PUT IN TEN HOURS AT THE OFFICE?
While we applaud the cray cray shoes, they really can’t be worn with a cocktail dress, dear. Skinny pants only.
Ginnifer Goodwin in Valentino
Way too overblown for the event. It almost comes off obnoxious.
All the other gals from the office are waiting for you at the corner bar, Janina.
Jenna Ushkowitz in Blaque Label
Yikes. Does she not realize that this dress is like 3 sizes too large for her?
Jennifer Morrison in MASON by Michelle Mason
Does she not realize that this dress is at least a size too small for her? Also: Heidi of the Swiss Alps hair.
The thumb-hooking is painfully douchey, but we have no complaints otherwise.
Nina Dobrev in Jenny Packham
It’s a killer dress, but a bit too much for the event.
We love you, Stephen Amell.
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