Kaley Cuoco in Philosophy at the “A Night at Sardis” Benefit

Posted on March 27, 2014

Hmmm. Kinda bedsheet-y, no?


Kaley-Cuoco-Night-Sardis-Beneift-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)Kaley Cuoco attends the “A Night At Sardis” benefit held at the The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles in a Philosophy sleeveless dress paired with Jimmy Choo sandals and a lucite clutch by Ashlyn’d.

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It’s tough to critique a tricky all-white dress from pictures, because there’s no  way this didn’t look significantly different in person, away from the glare of the flashes. Of course, that’s the primary argument against wearing a dress like this for a red carpet event. Very little of the details register and she just comes across ghostly and shapeless. One thing’s for sure; there are entirely too many hems. And those shoes make a terrible choice. TWO things. Two things are for sure, that is. She’s also wearing too many pieces of jewelry. Okay, THREE things. We’re done now. Feel free to add to the list.



[Photo Credit: Max DeAngelo/PacificCoastNews]

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  • butterflysunita

    Four things. She also could crack a smile.

    • @Biting Panda

      Ha. Jinx.

      • barbarienne

        No one expects the fannish repetition!

        • Sophie

          Our chief weapon is shoes. And hems. Our chief weapons are hems and shoes…

          • Jackie4g

            And too much ditsy jewelry. Among our chief weapons are shoes and hems and too much ditsy jewelry.

          • JMB_edits

            This thread wins the internet today. You can never go wrong with a riff on that skit.

          • … I’m just going to come in again.

    • StarburstLady

      Perhaps the over-applied lipstick has glued her mouth shut.

      • demidaemon

        Not such a bad result.

    • Ediths_Head

      Five things. Is her hair even clean? Did she run out of the gym shower through the curtain, cartoon-style, and find herself standing here?

  • @Biting Panda

    Four things: Her bitchy pursed lip smug face.

    • marlie

      Yes, yes, yes. It’s so friggin’ annoying.

    • Carleenml

      or work done. (srsly?) I googled her image to see how much she’s changed but I had to close the screen. It was like a 14-year-old boy’s bedroom wall of photos. I don’t think I’ve ever liked what she wears – on the show or on a red carpet.

      • Because of your post I had to Google her and geeze, you’re right.

        • @Biting Panda

          Ditto. If I were into blondes, I might have needed a moment. She can work the Maxim looks!

    • DinaSews

      She wears that duckface often during the show too.

      • Theresa

        it’s one of the detractors of watching her on the show. Her cheeks must get sore with all that puckering.

    • what not

      I’d like to think she knows this dress is awful.

  • Anna

    Or as Dr. Sheldon Cooper would say: One cries because one is sad. I cry because this dress is stupid, and that makes me sad.

    • demidaemon

      Let us cry together and join in solidarity with our tears.

  • barbarienne

    Another one with good raw material, a successful career (defined as “lead role on a hit TV show”), and never a good appearance on the red carpet.

    I can’t even with these people anymore. Show some appreciation for what you’ve got by making a damn effort. Hire experts to help you.

    • MissusBee

      Yes. She has the genetics and the money and the profile. The only explanation is a gypsy curse of some sort. A gay gypsy curse.

    • marlie

      And if this is the result of an expert’s work, fire them and find a new expert.

      • Carleenml

        I just have to guess this is the “expert” she loves. Cause she always looks…like her.

      • barbarienne

        At this point, I would settle for her hiring someone to teach her red carpet poise. Her outfits are usually ridiculous, but so are HBCs. The difference is HBC has an air about her that compels respect for the deliberate crazy of her look, whereas Ms. Cuoco’s are brought even further down by her presenting herself like her character from the show, instead of like a bona-fide star. When that show eventually goes off the air, I suspect her career may go with it.

        • alyce1213

          I disagree. This gal’s been working on TV forever, most notably in two very successful comedy series, as well tons of other TV shows. She’s wildly popular — right now, she’s THE sexy girl next door. I have a feeling she’ll have a career like Shelley Fabares’, running from adolescence through post-middle age. I don’t think she’s going anywhere. I suspect TPTB may build a show around her someday, maybe.

  • Tracy_Flick

    That dress looks extremely heavy and drab for a white sleeveless thing. The shoes look orthopedic. Maybe she’s previewing her nursing home years.

    • @Biting Panda

      She looks like she’s in a maxi pad commercial.

      • Kayceed

        She needs to be running in the commercial, that fabric needs to…um, flow?

        • KinoEye

          Hmm. Maybe put her in a windy meadow? They all seem to take place in a meadow of some sort. And she can be grinning like an idiot and holding up one of the hems and kinda dance around, a la Lawrence of Arabia.

      • Kitten Mittons

        Ohhhhh wait. Now I know what her face is saying:

        “New Annuale extends the time between your period… by eleven months.

        ….And, when it is time for your period… hold on to your f–kin’ hat!”

        I think it’s best to run for cover now.

  • Lori

    It’s very bedsheet-y and has too many hems and the shoes were a bad choice. Worse, she’s not selling it at all. Her face says that she doesn’t like it any better than I do and if that’s the case she should have worn something else.

    • It’s all the more irritating, because I’m guessing that that dress costs more than my monthly rent. My face’s sentiment agrees with her face’s sentiment.

  • mellorcr

    This is clearly a “Girl that’s not your dress”. This might not be anyone’s dress.

    • schadenfreudelicious

      It’s some poor bare mattress’s dress and she should give it back….

    • Jean Beaton Leavitt

      Maybe a curvy darker skin kind of girl?

      • mellorcr

        I was thinking maybe someone with a Tilda kind of body and attitude, but obviously not a a Tilda kind of coloring. But I’m no theoretician of style… I really don’t know until I see it whether it’s working or not.

  • imspinningaround

    I’m so ready for the “arm party” look to be over.

    • Ginger

      Arm party? That’s a new one to me. Please explain!

      • imspinningaround

        An “arm party” is when you wear loads of bracelets and rings all jumbled together at once. It’s supposed to look decadent and over-the top. I think The Man Repeller popularized the term.

        Kayceed makes a great point above about being adorned but in a bare way.

        • zenobar

          Personally I’m a fan of the arm party, in that I like to stack a metric shit-ton of thin silver bangles up my arm in the summer. It’s my signature sangria-drinking look. It’s a sangria arm party.

        • Kayceed

          When done well, you get rich bohemian. Done less well, Chico’s or Charming Charlie’s clearance rack victim. Done poorly, my kid’s favorite look, when she was 6.

          • zenobar

            “Chico’s or Charming Charlie’s clearance rack victim” – heehee!

    • Kayceed

      I read (somewhere?) about the trend in dainty little wisps of jewelry here and there being a very Californian look – a body adorned but still in a very “naked” way. This is what her jewelry reminds me of…

  • alyce1213

    Wrong venue. This belongs (in a smaller size because it’s too big) at a party on a yacht, with a breeze.

    • Rhonda Shore

      YES! It just screams yacht club!

  • Ginger

    This dress would improve immensely with the addition of a belt.

  • gayle

    I am always confused by her style. Whatever your feelings on the Big Bang Theory are it is the number one comedy on tv and she is the lead actress on that show shouldn’t she be able to get access to better stuff?

  • Erica

    I’m surprised you can’t see her bikini swimsuit straps up top as she strolls to the sit-down dinner on the cruise ship.

  • Glam Dixie

    Kinda bedsheet-y, no? That’s a rhetorical question, right? How does she manage to be so consistently bad on the RC? Surely she has a mirror and a stylist? Even in a color I wouldn’t like this.

  • twocee

    What is the deal with the bazillion rings per hand lately? It looks stupid and dare I say, trashy. And trashy is probably NOT what the jewelry designers are going for.

    • MilaXX

      Yet another micro trend. It’s just hard to get the multiple ring balance without looking like you are wearing ALL the rings.

  • jw_ny

    Did she just suck a lemon?

    Hate the color of lipstick. The dress…hmmm…I’m thinking she’s still in the bride zone.

  • Kitten Mittons

    Irrational hate list. Can’t stand her, the show, or this outfit. I can’t even find one positive thing to say about this getup, tip to toe awful.

    Wait, I like her nail color. There.


    • KinoEye

      You’re my new favorite kitten. I share in your loathing wholeheartedly.

      • Kitten Mittons

        I am blushing. Thanks so much! You’re pretty stupendous yourself.

        And I love your new picture.

        • KinoEye

          Well, shucks. I’m blushing too. Thank you!

          That’s the wonderful Candy Darling, a Warhol superstar and amazing trans woman. Just saw a documentary about her and I’m smitten.

          • Kitten Mittons

            After a little googling, she sounds fascinating. I’ll have to see if I can find some more info. Thanks!

          • KinoEye

            If you have Netflix and documentaries are your thing, there’s a good one about her called “Beautiful Darling.” Although I got pretty angry at one of the sources they interviewed, who basically said Candy couldn’t be a “real woman” because she wasn’t a girl first. She also said she didn’t understand why she would want to transition, and that she should have “kept her winning hand” as a man. Apart from that, very entertaining and interesting.

    • Ginger

      I think I’m one of the few people on this planet that hasn’t seen the show and I honestly don’t have any desire to, either.

      • Kitten Mittons

        I’ve seen enough to know it’s not for me. Which is really strange, because I’m enormously nerdy. I thought it would be up my alley, but I just can’t do it.

        • Sarah

          I can’t stand sitcoms pretty much, excluding NBC stuff (Parks & Rec, 30 Rock, etc.) I found the show in question unbelievably inane the two times I’ve seen it. How beloved it is of the American public confounds me.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Thank you, I finally feel vindicated. Every single person I know loves this show. To each his own, of course, but I feel like everyone else got a secret decoder ring at the beginning of the series, and I’m just not in on it.

            I think the laugh-tracky, more traditional sitcom style does turn me off a bit. And whatshisname will never NOT be David from “Roseanne” in my eyes.
            But inane is the perfect word. And I find that even more off-putting since it’s supposed to be an intelligent, witty show about intelligent people.

          • demidaemon

            I agree. I love old school laugh track sitcoms (Will & Grace; Golden Girls; Roseanne), but I daresay that either no one knows how to write for them anymore or they are just all bad. I can’t think of one that I watch that is current.

          • KinoEye

            The thing is, the people who defend the show are always quick to scream, “BUT it’s filmed in front of a live audience!” This is true, but it’s obviously cued laughter and not genuine. I’m not too hot on Woody Allen these days, but in Annie Hall his character writes for a sitcom with a laugh track. He says he can’t stand it because it’s fake, and tells the audience what’s funny instead of them deciding for themselves. He was right, and the same thing applies here.

            Demi, since your avatar appears to be Sephiroth (correct me if I’m wrong), I think you might get a kick out of a video on Youtube where they take the most annoying laughter in the history of Final Fantasy voice acting and dub it over the audience laughter in BBT.

          • demidaemon

            It’s not, though it does come from another video game with a character who slightly resembles Sephiroth (in looks only). The Youtube video sounds hilarious, though. I’ll definitely look it up.

            However, if its the laughter from FFX, you will need to pay my therapy bills. That stuff is nightmare inducing.

          • KinoEye

            Oh, it is. It’s THAT laughter. I don’t even need to specify. But it has the hilarious effect of sounding like Tidus is the lone audience member, and is heckling them in the most obnoxious way possible.

          • demidaemon

            I don’t know if I could watch it then. I’ll try. But that is seriously the worst voice acting and laughter ever. I know it is supposed to be awkward in context, but it kind of went way beyond that point about two seconds into it.

          • KinoEye

            It’s mortifying, isn’t it? I got the remaster of the game for PS3 and got to that point, and yep, just as cringe-inducing as ever.

          • demidaemon

            I have to watch it through my fingers.

          • Little_Olive

            Yes. It always baffled me that Seinfeld (of all shows) used that too. And the lack of it was one of the good things of the quite tiresome Scrubs.

          • Ginger

            I busted my boys (17 and 14) watching a Golden Girls marathon a few months back. They were totally enamored with the show.

          • demidaemon

            That’s kind of awesome. It’s an amazing show that really works across a broad audience (another problem with the current laugh track sitcoms).

          • Kitten Mittons

            That is so hilarious! I hope you punish them by taking Sophia and Dorothy away from them when they misbehave.

            Even if you don’t, I’m going to pretend that you do.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Me either. I’m trying to think of the last one I watched. Frasier, maybe? It’s been awhile since one really captured my attention.

          • demidaemon

            I saw a clip of the new one Jayma Mays is in and I thought, “This writing is horrible. Is this supposed to be funny? But I’m not laughing?” It was a bad clip, yes, but still.

          • jeneria

            I think because it dumbs everything down while maintaining stereotypes so people feel smart without having to actually be smart.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Nailed it.
            Where shall I mail your gold star?

          • Sarah

            That’s exactly what it is. So eloquent of you to explain it so well.

      • conniemd

        Me too. Any ads I’ve seen for it make me less likely to even dip my toe into the TV show. And how wears beige silly putty shoes with a white dress. That’s killing me

      • WendyD

        I’ve never seen it, used to be because I hadn’t gotten around to it, but now it’s because I’ve had SO MANY PEOPLE insist that I. WOULD. LOVE. IT. Just because I like geeky things doesn’t mean I have to like a show about people who are a stereotype of people who like those things. It looks like a giant cliche to me. I’ve got plenty of other things to watch. If people like it, fine, but just because I love Star Trek and Doctor Who does not mean I have to watch this show!

      • Little_Olive

        I tolerate the show on a lazy sunday very well. But she is what I like least. They drove her character went from ditsy-blond-girl-next-door to twat and I don’t think I can take it anymore.
        I guess it is partly due to my dislike of shows that celebrate ignorance or portray a great divide between “commons” and “smarts” (as they did on Friends with the character of Joey).

    • jeneria

      I’m so with you on all of this. What really bugs me about her is her stupid squishy face. She emotes through her lips and she thinks she’s Jennifer Aniston circa Friends funny. Which she is not. And this dress looks like she’s trying to get pregnancy rumors started. Not saying she looks fat, just the dress is so odd it could be hiding a bump.

      • Kitten Mittons

        Yeah, I don’t really think she’s that funny, either. I will admit that I’ve already written her off, though, so she’d have to do some amazing acting to change my mind. I’m stubborn like that.

      • KinoEye

        Time for me to be a truly bitter kitten and quote one of my least favorite celebrities, Gwyneth Paltrow, who I will tolerate for referring to Jennifer Aniston as “that TV girl.”

        That’s how I feel about Cuoco, too.

        • Anna

          The “That TV girl” comment could not be more spot-on in Kaley Cuoco’s case.

        • Kayceed

          WOW that is hella damning – I will have to find a place to use “that X girl” soonish…

  • mjude

    the way she is holding her purse in photos 1 & 5 is putting me over the edge.

  • MilaXX

    This is going to sound weird, but I think I think her hair & face look better than it has in a long time, but her makeup is too heavy. It’s like if that same look was done 25% lighter it would be perfect. This dress is just not working. I wonder if Shailine could wear this with a better show. Then again with her short hair a super minimal makeup Shailine would probably look like a cult member.

  • hughman

    This is Goldie Hawn’s dress.

    • formerlyAnon


  • JP

    She looks soooo happy to be there…

  • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

    Maybe she’s channeling Angelina’s all white look from yesterday. Maybe they are going house haunting together.

  • marlie

    Ugly, 90’s-ish, bedsheet-y dress. The color of her lipstick is too bright. And let’s not even talk about the shoes.

  • KinoEye

    Speak of the devil. Yep, this desperately needs some structure. The makeup’s OK, but the lipstick is a little Barbie for me. I can’t ding her for having too much jewelry, though — I feel like I haven’t seen enough lately.

  • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

    Maybe she’s just cranky and exhausted from all those commercials she has to do with William Shatner.

    • VicD

      The lady pants she wears in the Priceline ads may be the best things she ever wears. She needs to hire who ever styles her for those to help her with red carpet appearances. I don’t like much of what she wears on the show, but I view that as character costuming – often too short, too tight, too low cut / sternum revealing. However, her red carpet choices often reflect the same ethos – similarly unstylish and unflattering. Maybe it’s her? However, she is not anywhere near my irrational hate list (Emma Roberts – urgh!, Elizabeth Olsen – double URGH!); she seems like a genuinely nice person, albeit one who does not dress well.

  • TwiddlyStun

    She looks very unhappy to be there, and she looks to be hiding it in a passive-aggressive “see? I’m SMILING. It’s fine. Go away.” kind of way. Didn’t she just get married? Maybe she’d rather be home with him.

    • KinoEye

      For some reason, she always looks like that in publicity photos. I don’t get it — she’s been on TV for however many years, and she can never fake a smile for the cameras, even though she does it all the time on the show.

  • KellsBells

    I feel like this is suppose to be very Downton Abbey 1920s-esque, but she’s too athletic and booby for that era. It just looks weird.

  • JauntyJohn

    From the Stevie Nicks Bridal Collection.

    • Gatto Nero

      All it needs is some fringe.

    • B_C_J

      That was the perfect reference & it really made me laugh.

  • BLOTTING LINENS. Seriously, ladystars, it’s not that complicated. Send your publicist into Sephora, they’re $5 near the register.

  • Guest

    Duck face.

  • Valerie Little

    Some pop of color somewhere for sure but I think she’s gorgeous.

  • BlairBear

    so if you get married in a pink dress you go to red carpets in a bridal dress? whats the thinking there ?

    • Imasewsure

      I would say that is a dress for sacrificing virgins but bridal works too… or in this case, doesn’t work …

      • BlairBear

        haha I could see that too.

  • Qitkat

    This is a rare case of the dress looking better from the waist down. It could be the start of a cute beach-themed wedding dress, but needs much improvement for the top. Overall it’s too baggy, and the square-ish neckline is not flattering, the straps are also too wide. Kaley does not do a good job of hiding her “wish I were anywhere else but here” thoughts.

  • Jacqueline Wessel

    I didn’t even notice the jewelry and I like jewelry, lots of it. But I would replace all these multiple chains and thin bracelets with one bolder bigger piece that stands out against the embroidered bedsheet she is draped in. And, too much lipstick in an awful color, and smile, girl, you’re a star.

  • Denise Alden

    GAWD. As TLo says, she’s working with the lowest difficulty setting, and yet she never gets it right. Or stylish. Or even . . . fine. Jesus. I am a fan of TBBT, but she bugs.

  • kimmeister

    Honey, you work with fake rocket scientists. Even they could tell you that neckline is not remotely flattering on your build.

  • Nancer

    I don’t understand why she has such trouble on the red carpet. She is really pretty with an athletic build; work that angle. This outfit just doesn’t work for her on so many levels.

    • Nancer

      And I forgot to say – her face says it all. She knows this isn’t working for her.

  • demidaemon

    Head: What the hell with that lipstick and hair? NO.

  • Fordzo a.k.a. Fancy Mukluks

    Stop doing that with your mouth. Stop it right now!

  • crash1212

    I kind of love that dress. However, those shoes are awful in any situation and totally wrong for this dress. The jewelry needed more punch. Instead of wearing a thousand little delicate pieces, wear a couple of statement pieces. And…why, oh why does she always look so sweaty/shiny? Matte finish skin care and/or blotting papers, please. Of course the hair is crap, as usual.

  • p_capet

    Now i know who she reminds me of! Sally Starr! I grew up with her outside of Philly, she hosted an after-school cartoon show. She was a badass cowgirl. (Well, I don’t know if she was really a badass cowgirl, but she dressed like one.) From interviews, I know that Kelly Cuoco is a total tomboy who knows her way around a corral. And I predict you will never get her to look entirely comfortable on the red carpet.

    • BKagainwiththesweatpants

      NOOOOOOOOO! Our Gal Sal and this “TV girl” have NOTHING in common. Sally Starr was an inspiration to a generation of little girls (me included). Kaley Cuoco inspires only a quick channel change and the question “why is this non-talent on TV?”

  • Nicole

    She has an enviable bod… why cover it like she’s hiding 42 secret shames?

  • ChelseaNH

    Well, at least it looks comfortable…

  • B_C_J

    Pretty woman in a shapeless white sack.

  • DTLAFamilies

    You forgot the terrible lipstick.

  • Heather

    She always hold her mouth in this trying-not-to-laugh-at-a-funeral way that makes her look so odd.
    It looks a little like she is afraid she will have a double chin so she is shoving her chin out.

  • decormaven

    Did everyone who attended this event make equally poor style choices? This is the second sad look we’ve seen today. Is she wearing one of those body chains? This looks very lido deck to me.

  • Call me Bee

    I kinda like this dress, and yes, the shoes and jewelry are too much. But her look is really ruined by her expressions. Not happy. It certainly seems as though she’s got something on her mind….

  • Imasewsure

    Four things… the dress is baggy, ugly and unflattering (all in one breath so it only counts as one thing). OK five things… her hair is bad too

  • smayer

    Rumor dress.

  • SophieCollier

    The problem with a lot of these sorts of dresses is they really only look good floating down a runway. THey are made for movement.

  • ThaliaMenninger

    The shoulders are not good on her. Or her shoulders are not good for this dress. It ain’t workin’.

  • Wink

    A sad woman in a sad dress just brings everybody down. Think I’ll take some pills and clean my gun.

  • Eve Farren Farber

    What’s with her lips?

  • mickiemonkey

    It’s got a “stand back, stand back, In the middle of my room, I did not hear from youuuu…” vibe going.

  • formerlyAnon

    I am not sure I hate this dress. But I’m pretty sure it obliterates her waist and combined with the hair gives a droopy effect that her admirably fit shoulders and arms should have rendered impossible.

    Positive I hate the shoes, though.

  • Hysterectomypants

    Hate the dress, and really hate that weird juxtaposition of pink lip and blood-red nails. It’s all I can see.

  • Daisy Walker

    She always looks a hot mess, no?

    • ShaoLinKitten


  • Why does she look so surly?

    • Lori

      My guess is because she’s in public, having her picture taken wearing a bedsheet.

  • blue-peridot

    Is she preggers?

  • Excuse me, Kaley…you have a loose thread that’s snagging your dress in the front. Let me get that for you…

  • altalinda

    This is a step up for her, so I’m giving her words of encouragement.

  • CatherineRhodes

    Stupid facial expression. Yoga hair.

  • KT

    Add this to her long list of fails.

  • GeoDiva

    She has never had a sense of style.

  • Sharon O’Rourke Frenz

    I never thought I’d say this but, what’s with the nails? They don’t even come close to matching her toes and they are just plain clashing with her lips. In this instance, a natural or neutral nail would have been best.

  • CT14

    She looks awful, and she knows it.

  • VanillaLuzon

    Heinous lipstick, too. Adds at least 5 years to her face.

  • That right there is some epic “I’m not getting out of bed, and you can’t make me” hair. Yeikes.

  • FridaStaire

    She has a seriously great upper body, but alas I think she sat on a barbell.

  • Fuchaforever

    TWO words: HOT MESS

  • Martha Anderson

    She never looks comfortable in the fashion and red carpet photos. Never smiling, her eyes say she would rather not be there

  • Cathy S

    I like the top half of the dress, but the bottom half’s a little crazy.

  • Pennymac

    My inner hippie responds positively to this dress, but its got a cruise/resort vibe to it that seems RC inappropriate. The sour expression ruins any hope for it at all, IMHO.

  • ..and a fanatical devotion to the Pope.

  • empath

    I get the overwhelming vibe of “I’m bloated and have really bad cramps, can I go home now and curl up on my couch?”

  • She seriously looks over it. Like she so badly wanted to stay at home in bed tonight that she wore her sheets out of the house and now refuses to play nice and smile for the cameras. It’s ok, Kaley! There’s ice cream and beer when you get back home!

  • Shug


  • annrr

    This is a maternity dress, pack it up and send it to Kerry Washington.

  • OffToSeeHim

    She just looks kind of over it. She’s giving serious, “Yeah, whatever, this is my dress, take the pictures and get the fuck out of my face” face!

  • colorjunky

    Hating the tank top neckline and double tank top over it, dated. Chintzy.

  • Dawn

    Second marriage hippie beach wedding. Couldn’t do her hair because the kids were fighting while she was trying to get ready.

  • mrmulletman

    Insipid commentary below…