Who’s ready to get their SHMEMMYS on?
From the Mamie Eisenhower Collection at Sears. Jeez, girl. You could have at least tried for some kind of hairstyle with a little more oomph than “Ma Ingalls,” y’know?
Also fine. Also standard.
Jennifer Morrison in Romona Keveza
The hair’s just a skosh too sloppy for our tastes, but everything else is working great here.
Julia Ormond in David Meister
Love the dress, but she looks like she could’ve used some support. Also, the bag is too big and the shoes look too casual.
Miss Kathy looks great. She’s really figured out the red carpet. Translation: She’s hired someone.
Lake Bell in Andrew Gn
Too much going on in one dress. The effect is kind of heavy.
Lisa Kudrow in Tadashi Shoji
Pretty. Wish she’d worn her hair up or back.
That’s an awful lot of boob for the red carpet, but the dress looks pretty great on her.
Malin Akerman in J. Mendel
That’s an awful lot of sternum for the red carpet, but the dress looks pretty great on her.
Not a bad dress for her, but too shiny.
Why is everyone sporting giant file-folder clutches? Is there a lot of paperwork involved?
Maya Rudolph in Dolce&Gabbana
We can get behind the glasses on the RC, but we can’t get behind that drab-looking dress.
Once again, we simply don’t understand the choices she and her dressmaker are making. That bodice is just plain odd and only serves to make her look bigger. The fabric’s pretty, though.
Miranda Cosgrove in Collette Dinnigan
Morena Baccarin in Basil Soda
Padma Lakshmi in Zuhair Murad
Also gorgeous, but her boobs are mad at her right now.
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