Yes, darlings, it’s time to look at all the Picky Teens (and Picky Teen Supporters/Wannabes) who didn’t interest T Lo enough to get more than a one- or two-line judgment! Hit it, boring people!
Too literally retro, not really her look at all, hate the shoes.
She needs better support, but that’s a cute dress. The shoes would be a bit much in most instances, but they work for her.
Anna Camp in Emilio Pucci
She is seriously Looking Through The Eyes of Love.*
Bella Thorne in Fausto Puglisi
The top or the skirt, dear; not both. And your shoes are boring us.
Pick a sleeve length, you indecisive twink.
Crystal Reed in CH Carolina Herrera
Bold choice to wear both pieces. We can dig it, but she needs pop-of-color statement shoes.
Unflattering and not cohesive. Also a little scary.
Holland Roden in Notte by Marchesa
We’re shrugging. It’s the Choosy Pubescent Awards, so jeans and a t-shirt aren’t unheard-of. At least they’re nice jeans and a t-shirt.
Jenna Ushkowitz in Georgine
Always with the too-high waist and matchy shoes.
Jordin Sparks in Bebe
This is cute and eye-popping, but it’s not a great choice for a step-and-repeat. Too busy. Save it for a photocall or interview.
Katie Cassidy in Zuhair Murad
Not really our style, but it’s put-together and polished. At least she didn’t follow the white pump trend here.
Leven Rambin in Zac by Zac Posen
Not bad. We’d hike that skirt up an inch or so to accommodate those shoes.
Lucy Hale in Houghton
The top and the skirt don’t look like they go together.
Dumpy and dorky.
Michelle Rodriguez in David Meister
The usual. The shoes help to give it some interest.
Cute, but it needed a belt and the accessories are WAY too matchy.
Selena Gomez in Cushnie et Ochs
Kind of a serious dress for a decidedly less-than-serious event.
PIZZA’S HERE! How much is that again?
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