2017 SAG Awards Red Carpet Rundown, Part 2

Posted on February 01, 2017

This is it, darlings! THE FINAL COUNTDOWN. Spare a thought for ol’ T Lo in the midst of celebrating this milestone. At this morning’s editorial meeting we may have softly cried a few times at the prospect of another 100 gowns and dress to get through.

Oh, who are we kidding? Tomorrow we’ll be bitching about how boring everything is. At least we still have celebu-fashion to talk about, even if we are scraping the bottom of the barrel.

Figuratively speaking, of course. No offense, people-we’re-about-to-judge.

 

 

Angela Sarafyan in Zac Posen

Weird shape, ugly print.

 

 

Ariel Winter in Mikael D

Cheap and tacky.

 

 

Bryce Dallas Howard in Dress the Population

Just okay. Not a great shape to that neckline.

 

 

Elizabeth McGovern in Ermanno Scervino

Really, lady?

 

 

Felicity Huffman in Antonio Grimaldi

We’d swear we’ve seen her in this exact look two dozen times before.

 

 

Finn Wolfhard (in Topman), Noah Schnapp (in Mango),
Caleb McLaughlin (in Bookatailor), and Gaten Matarazzo

Not only adorable, but more stylish than 75% of the grown men there.

 

 

Gwendoline Christie in Vivienne Westwood

We’re gonna give her this one. We don’t love it, but it’s pretty fun in its own way.

 

 

Jesse Tyler Ferguson

The jacket’s a bit too off-white, no?

 

 

Julie Bowen in J. Mendel

Yawn. Seen it. Didn’t love it the first time.

 

 

Kaley Cuoco in Marchesa

It’s totally Barbie. And for some reason, we don’t really mind it. Maybe this is her style wheelhouse.

 

 

Kirsten Dunst in Christian Dior

Goodness, we are more than ready for this damn white dress trend to end, aren’t you guys? This is DULL.

 

 

Mayim Bialik in Miri Couture

Personal Best. We might quibble about a few details, but it’s got real style and personality while still checking off her prerequisites.

 

Millie Bobby Brown in Giorgio Armani

Perfectly straddles that line between “little girl” and “grownup sophistication said little girl desperately wants for her special dress.”

 

 

Rashida Jones in Vivienne Westwood

There was a lot of pink on this red carpet, but this was one of the best. The collar seems a bit heavy, though.

 

 

Sophie Turner in Louis Vuitton

That neckline is stupid. There. We said it. Fabulous dress otherwise, but no.

 

 

Tituss Burgess

Love it, but we really wish the tie didn’t match. We’d have accepted a darker blue for contrast.

 

 

Yara Shahidi in Naeen Khan

Gorgeous. Stripes was another big trend of this red carpet – and one we’re more than happy to see. This was probably the best of them. And look, you guys! The skirt is properly lined! Let’s all take credit for this minor style victory.

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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