Yes, it’s time once again (?) for the GLARING LIGHT OF THE YOUNG HOLLYWOOD AWARDS RED CARPET. Everyone figured Young Hollywood could handle the UV rays so they didn’t bother springing for a tent or anything. Suck it, Young Hollywood. Wear sunscreen.
Aimee Teegarden in Marchesa
Underwhelming. Slap on a belt and a pair of hooker shoes, honey. You’re young.
Enh. The dress is underwhelming and all we’re getting from the shoes is sweaty feet.
Kudos to her for avoiding the dread cameltoe. Credit for trying to make something casual look chic. She needed better shoes and jewelry for that, though. And a less blouson top.
Alyssa Milano in Stella McCartney
She looks like a the sassiest septuagenarian in the retirement community – and that’s JUST what you want when you’re appearing at the Young Hollywood Awards three decades after you were first declared a member of Young Hollywood.
AnnaSophia Robb in Emilio Pucci
Really sweet, with a touch of chic. Not sure about the hair, though.
Bailee Madison in Ted Baker
Cat Deeley in Etro
Horrible. She looks like a cocktail in a tiki lounge.
Christa B. Allen in Mikael D
Generic. Go work in a mall somewhere.
Crystal Reed in Carolina Herrera
Cute, but the shirt really doesn’t go with the suit or the season. A lighter shirt would’ve kicked this up to perfect.
What’s with the gigantic pants and beat-up shoes, Dom? This is sad-making. Also: you should avoid 3-button jackets. You don’t have the height for it.
Holland Roden in Ted Baker
You know what? We’ll give her this one. It’s bold as hell. We would have preferred either a solid-colored top or pants, but we’re not Young Hollywood, so what do we know?
The hair’s crunchy, the shoes look beat up, and the whole ensemble is too dark for August. You know nothing, Jon Snow.
Cute bit of pattern-mixing.
Lucy Hale in Joy Cioci
She looks like she’s wearing a couple of table runners.
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