One more time, ladies!
Anna Kendrick in Badgley Mischka
Enh. It’s okay. We’d like it more without the sheer panel and the Minnie Mouse shoes.
Busy Philipps in Dolce&Gabbana
There’s some sort of “busy” joke just waiting to be made, but we’re blinded by her matchy shoes.
Giada De Laurentiis
Did we ever mention how we can’t stand her? Especially when she’s talking all Valley Girl and then hits an Italian word and suddenly she’s Sophia Loren? We threw our remote at the TV one time when she pronounced “spaghetti” as “spagheeeeettiiiiii.” And don’t even get us started on how she pronounces “parmigiana” with like eleven syllables.
Jaime King in Calvin Klein
It’s too pale and washed out, but that coat is pretty chic. The whole look would be lifted up with a pair of colored shoes.
Kristen Wiig in Calvin Klein
YES! COLOR! Kristen is wearing COLOR! Thank you, fashion gods!
She looks good.
Krysten Ritter in Romona Keveza
Lake Bell in Etro
Yikes. From the top:
- WEAR MAKEUP ON THE RED CARPET
- We’d like the dress without the sleeves and yoke.
Leslie Mann in Calvin Klein
Simple, but not bad. Except the shoes, of course.
Naya Rivera in Moschino
Also a bit too simple, but we have no complaints.
Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji
Great color and great dress.
Rashida Jones in Calvin Klein
Love everything, but the shoes, which we don’t actually hate, but don’t think they go with the rest of the look. This is close to a Personal Best for Rashida.
Ugh. It’s not awful, but the cardigan takes the look down significantly and the shoes should’ve been black.
[Photo Credit: Andrew Evans/PR Photos]
Tags: Anna Kendrick, Badgley Mischka, Busy Philipps, Calvin Klein, Dolce&Gabbana, ELLE, Etro, Giada De Laurentiis, Jaime King, Kristen Wiig, Krysten Ritter, Lake Bell, Leslie Mann, Moschino, Naya Rivera, Octavia Spencer, Rashida Jones, Red Carpet, Romona Keveza, Sarah Paulson, Tadashi Shoji