These bitches won’t stop coming at us with their gowns and their jewels and shit, darlings.
Sandra Bullock in Lanvin
We hate that shape of skirt (and she loves it, because she wears it a lot), and it looks like it’s made out of upholstery fabric.
Abigail Breslin in Chagoury Couture
No one who’s years away from reaching her twenties should dress like this.
She’s too pale to be wearing white for flash pictures.
This would look so much better if it wasn’t so shiny.
Jane Krakowski in Roland Mouret
We gasped. We think this might be a personal best for her. Smart. Girlfriend’s looking for work.
Ariel Winter in Badgley Mischka
Can’t put our finger on why, but this print isn’t quite working for us. It’s too muddy somehow.
Sarah Hyland in Pamella Roland
Enh. Pretty bland except for the shoes, which look too big on her.
Elisabeth Moss in Michael Kors
Playing it relatively safe and low-key. She looks good, though. We do wish the stars would stop picking this tomato-y red. It never photographs well.
Emilia Clarke in Calvin Klein Collection
It’s dull in that Calvin Klein way, but she can rock that kind of hard-to-rock blush color.
Gretchen Mol in J. Mendel
A t shirt and a sheet.
Helen Mirren in Escada
Julie Bowen in Carolina Herrera
Credit to her for wearing something interesting, but the top half is over-designed. We like the skirt, though.
Kelly Osbourne in Zac Posen
This really suits her. She looks cute.
That’s … not a great use of that print. The shape is terrible. And the shoes are all wrong with it.
Lena Headey in Jenny Packham
Gorgeous and striking. Not in love with the hair.
Malin Akerman in Naeem Kham
That’s way too much dress for her to handle.
Natalie Dormer in Marios Schwab
We hate the weird sleeve detail, but we love everything else about this look. It’s kickass.
Looks like she got it at a thrift shop. That’s not a compliment.
Sarah Paulson in Rochas
She insists on big pouffy ankle-length skirts. It’s not the best shape for her. And that hair is unbelievably bad.
Meryl Streep in Stella McCartney
Yeah, she’s a goddess and all, but goddesses shouldn’t have elastic waistbands.
Sophie Turner in Dolce&Gabbana
We had a whole thing written up about wearing a bra on the red carpet, but at the last second we realized that’s not her belly skin we’re looking at. It’s a ribbon exactly the same color as her skin. That was kind of a dumb choice.
[Photo Credit: INFPhoto.com]
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