Teen Choice Awards Red Carpet, Part 2
You didn’t think we were done, did you? Many more teens making choices, darlings. For instance, the following teens made the choice to desperately claw at the cameras in order to get attention. Let’s get judgey on their asses.
The shoes don’t go. Possibly due to the fact that the shoes are ugly.
Chris Colfer in Joe’s Jeans (shirt) and J Brand (jeans)
He’s got a very narrow aesthetic, and while this is pretty standard for him, we’re glad he didn’t wear his standard black suit with skinny black tie. Then again, it would have looked overdone on this red carpet.
Is it us, or is it weird to see the word MOIST floating around behind everyone? Disconcerting.
And overwhelming, when you’re forced to stare at a dress so bland it might as well be invisible. The shoulders are vaguely interesting, but only because it looks like two sequined birds landed on them.
Go home, you lazy douche. Try again.
Gwen Stefani in YSL
Serving it. She looks like the coolest mom out of all the chaperones.
Yes, that was a little bitchy.
Hannah Simone in Mary Katrantzou
Holland Roden in Alice+Olivia
Too bad she got wimpy when it came time to pick shoes.
Ian Somerhalder in Alternative Apparel (Tee) and Stronghold (Jeans)
Jordin Sparks in Chagoury Couture
The waist is way too high and the skirt way too puffy for her. Girl, this is not your dress.
Kat Graham in Mara Hoffman
Nice dress but the accessories are too matchy.
Lucy Hale in Wes Gordon
Miranda Cosgrove in Collette Dinnigan
We had to take a moment and sort of drink it all in. First impulse was to hate it, but we actually really like it the longer we look at it.
Nikki Reed in Contrarian New York
The bodice looks badly finished and the skirt is dull. The shoes are clumsy-looking and all wrong.
Taylor Swift in Maria Lucia Hohan
Credit where it’s due: the girl is shutting it the hell down. It’s still a bit precious, though. You couldn’t pick some shoes with color in them?
[Photo Credit: Getty]