We told the men what they got wrong yesterday, now it’s the ladies’ turn for some T Lo-style judgmental bullshit! Hit it, gals!
Ashley Madekwe in Kelly Wearstler
No complaints here. That’s a snappy little frock.
Christa B. Allen in Catherine Malandrino
This, on the other hand, is not your friend, Christa.
Dakota Johnson in Gomez-Gracia
We’re about ready to declare the black lace top to be OVUH. Still, she doesn’t look bad. The silver clutch was a nice touch.
Emily VanCamp in Reem Acra
Cute dress; terrible accessories.
Hannah Simone in Talbot Runhof
Six inches lopped off that hem and it would have worked for us. Anyone else thinks it looks like a Lite Brite board?
Jaime King in Oscar de la Renta
Not loving it. The proportions are awkward and the blue sash isn’t helping.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum in Amanda Wakeley
Don’t like the neckline. It makes her look broad up top. Weeping over the matchy shoes.
It’s all right. The gold peep toes look a little tacky.
Not at all crazy about the dress – and the black pumps are kind of a boring choice. We dig the hoops and hair, though.
Cute top, but the shorts are off-season.
Julianne Hough in Temperley London
Great jacket; stumpy legs.
Krysten Ritter in Dolce&Gabbana
Rashida Jones in Marni (Top), Band of Outsiders (Jacket), Giorgio Armani (Shorts)
Top half: cute. Bottom half: tragic.
Rihanna in Calvin Klein
Is it us, or are the ladies dressing a little … slutty for this event? Lots of leg, lots of sheers, lots of plunging necklines. You don’t see them dress this way for WOMEN of the year parties. Were they all looking to get laid by a Man of the Year? If so, attagirls.
Granted, this is downright demure for Ri.
Cute. Great use of the pop o’ color.
The boys definitely did better than the girls for this one.
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