Darlings, we’ll do anything to forestall another Catching Fire red carpet post. They’re coming, whether you want them to or not, but for now, we thought we’d look to the… shall we say, less glamorous take on red carpetry.
“Girls” Zosia Mamet attends the 2013 Apollo Circle benefit at Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City in Maiyet.
Maiyet Spring 2014 Collection
Credit where it’s due, this is not horrifically ugly or dowdy. Mind you, it’s still more than a little awkward. The top half is sort of pretty, although the neckline and sleeves scream “Mama’s Family,” and the yellow and salmon-pink color combo is a little nauseating. The bottom half is pretty much a disaster, but you would expect us to opine no differently, given our long history of hating sheer long skirts over opaque short skirts.
Also: the clutch and the jewelry don’t really go with this dress. And the shoes somehow manage the trick of being both too matchy and clashing at the same time.
But on the bright side, she looks polished and put together. We may not like the entire effect, but we appreciate that she dressed appropriately, for the most part. That hasn’t always been the case.