In or Out: Elisabeth Moss in Alberta Ferretti

Posted on August 05, 2011

Since Trudy Campbell got put up on the T Lo judging block yesterday, it was serendipitous that these pictures of Pete’s other baby mama, Peggy Olsen, landed in our laps.

If you don’t know what we’re talking about, shame on you.

Elisabeth Moss attends The Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s 2011 Installation Luncheon in Beverly Hills in an Alberta Ferretti dress.

Alberta Ferretti Fall 2010 Collection/Model: Karmen Pedaru

DAMMIT, Lizzie!

You are so frustrating to bitchy fashion bloggers like us. You just can’t seem to get it quite right, can you? The hair and makeup look really pretty; prettier than we think we’ve ever seen from you – although there is kind of a big bump on top and your lashes look a little spidery, but let’s not fight, Lizzie. We’ve got more important things to discuss. Things like … your insistence on constantly returning to colorless dresses that wash you out. Why, sweetie? Did you have a bad childhood experience with a jewel tone? Would a little bit of blue to set off your eyes kill you?

Even worse, you seem to have suddenly completely forgotten how to dress your figure. It was all bandage dresses, all the time last year after the marriage broke up, but now you’re squarely in sister-wife territory. We doubt you’ve actually gained any weight on that tiny little frame of yours, since the model looks similarly shapeless and thick-waisted. No, dear. This is simply not a dress that should be anywhere near you. Bad enough it has all the aforementioned problems, but it’s also sporting a macrame bib and tiered, pleated bell sleeves — and that is just fucking CRAZY, girl.


IN! Sometimes, a girl just wants to feel a little colorless and sexless.

OUT! Winner of the nursing home beauty pageant!

In other bitchy opinion news, Mad Men cast mate Alison Brie scored an OUT for her Koo-Koo Chanel getup.

[Photo Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images,]

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