Kristen Wiig Sports the Worst Trend of the 2017 Golden Globes And We Fear We’re to Blame

Posted on January 10, 2017

 

We feel bad for saying this because she and Steve Carrell managed to produce the only other watchable moment of the night (aside from Meryl’s speech), but …

 

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Ugh, NO.

 

 

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We’re like a broken record on the whole “hating the half-sheer skirt trend” thing, but this is actually worse. She literally has two dresses on.

 

 

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And the shame of it is, to our deep surprise, we actually like the lace dress. It’s a pretty and slightly unusual lace. We’re not feeling the color, but literally any kind of lining could make a difference in how it comes across.

 

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And we’re really not in love with the Julie Andrews drag either.

 

 

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Should we feel guilty about this? We’ve spent years bitching about how sheer and lace dresses on the red carpet are badly lined, unlined or paired with visible underwear in lieu of lining. Suddenly, everyone’s wearing skin-colored skirts, vests and entire dresses underneath. Is it us? Because Hollywood, you should know, this is not what T Lo wanted.

 

 

Style Credits:
Reem Acra Sheer White Lace Gown
Chanel Jewelry
Cristian Louboutin Shoes

[Photo Credit: Getty Images, Sara De Boer/startraksphoto.com]

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