Darlings, it was Michelle Williams’ and Mila Kunis’ turn to poledance for the nerd crowd at Comic-Con, as they attended the Walt Disney Studios panel on “Frankenweenie,” “Wreck It Ralph” and “Oz.” Like all starlets, they simply don’t understand how one is supposed to dress for Comic-Con.
Michelle Williams is wearing a Giulietta dress and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes.
Very cute. We would have suggested adding something with stars on it. Or flames. Or maybe stars and flames. Plus, elbow-length satin gloves with cuffs. Those shoes are horrifying, so we would recommend spiked metal shin guards with leather straps over a pair of black patent leather knee-high lace-up boots in their stead. Hair and makeup look very pretty and polished, but we think a cyborg eyepiece with a laser was definitely called for here.
Mila Kunis is wearing a Rag and Bone tee and jeans, a Theyskens’ Theory jacket, Dolce&Gabbana shoes, and a Dana Rebecca necklace.
Mila looks quite chic, but we think we speak for everyone when we say she was born to dress like a cartoon version of a Japanese schoolgirl. A pink wig with ponytails down to the floor was obviously called for here, along with thigh-high white stockings paired with red platform Mary Janes with six-inch heels, a frilly bouse with short puffy sleeves, a schoolgirl pinafore that stops one micron below her crotch, and lots of long, trailing bows tied to every conceivable part of her. She, too, is sporting very polished makeup, but we question why her people didn’t apply more glitter to her face, with perhaps a star or moon painted on her cheek. Honestly, starlets. Must we tell you how to do everything?
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