“Pitch Perfect” Premiere Red Carpet

Posted on September 25, 2012

You know what we love about this red carpet? It’s for what looks to us like a total chick flick and the cast ladies all dressed the hell up. Sort of a “We’re dressing for ourselves and not to look more fuckable” message. Attagirls.


Anna Camp in Marchesa

There’s so much here that sets off our fashion-rage, like the folded-napkin bodice and the non-color worn by a pale blonde, but somehow, this is all working for us. It helps that the bottom 2/3 of the dress is as simple as can be, and that she kept the makeup clean and got her hair did (as opposed to the yoga class hair so many ladies default to on the RC).


Anna Kendrick in Zuhair Murad

We don’t think we’ve ever seen her wear so much makeup. The eyes are a bit heavy, but we don’t mind. We do kind of mind the heaviness of the dress paired with those heavy shoes. Just because it’s all in neutral tones doesn’t mean you can just pile on the frippery. A simpler pair of shoes with some color to them would’ve been better. Also, that waist bow is sad-looking.


Brittany Snow in Georges Hobeika

That’s way too much frippery for a grown woman. She looks like a birthday cake for a 6-year-old girl. Beautiful color, though. Matches her eyes exactly.


Elizabeth Banks in Alexander McQueen

It’s funny. We loved those shoes when Kristen Stewart wore them, hated them when Ginnifer Goodwin wore them, and now we’re back to loving them. We get a lot of “T Lo, what kinds of shoes DO you like?” But the fact of the matter is, it all comes down (as it almost always does) to the wearer and the outfit they’re paired with. Miss Lizzie is rocking the shit out of that sextastic dress and the shoes make a perfect capper to the look, especially since the dress is fairly simple.


Rebel Wilson in ABS

GREAT makeup – and the dress is great too, but those shoulder roses are not her friend. Little cap sleeves would’ve made this look perfect. Well … perfect except for the silly putty shoes she’s about to fall out of.



[Photo Credit: David Gabber/PR Photos]

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