2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards Red Carpet Rundown, Part Two

Posted on January 27, 2015

Let’s wrap this mother up and put her to bed, darlings. And let’s mix our metaphors while doing so.

Hit it, thirsty ones.

 

 

Viola Davis in MaxMara
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Love the hair, but we’re underwhelmed by the gown and from certain angles, her makeup looked downright scary.

 

 

Julianna Margulies in Giambattista Valli Couture
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 Julianna, darling, the curtain is rising on your vadge. Great color, but we canNOT with the shape of this thing.

 

 

Sarah Hyland in Vera Wang
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With a more conventional bustline, this could have been pretty.

 

 

Sophie Turner in Osman
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 We both said “Ew!” when we saw the shoes. We need say no more.

 

 

Kaley Cuoco in Romona Keveza
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Polished and workmanlike. No complaints.

 

 

Emmy Rossum in Armani Privé
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 Very pretty, but the overlay is a little too long.

 

 

Ariel Winter in Zac Posen
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Honey, you almost put our eyes out with those things.

 

 

Patricia Arquette in Vivienne Westwood Couture
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 We don’t know… there is a LOT of infrastructure holding this together. It flatters her, but it doesn’t look comfortable or modern in any way. Great color, though.

 

 

Maggie Gyllenhaal in Thakoon
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The style theme of the night was the plunging neckline. This is a bit too low and that sheer panel is unnecessary.

 

Taryn Manning in Elisabetta Franchi
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 Not gonna beat around the bush. This is ugly.

 

 

Lauren Lapkus
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 Basic but pretty.

 

 

Sarah Paulson in Giorgio Armani
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 Not sure about the hair, but the dress is chic.

 

 

Paula Patton in Aiisha Ramadan
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This is easily the least tacky thing she’s ever worn.

 

 

Kelly Osbourne in Elisabetta Franchi
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 It’s very her. Don’t love the skirt lining.

 

 

Caitriona Balfe in Solace London
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 The dress works for her, but we don’t like the color and the shoes are wrong.

 

 

Laura Carmichael in Vionnet
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 Is that a fingerprint on her skirt?

 

 

Elizabeth Rodriguez
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Maybe a little standard, but it works for her. She’s the best dressed of the Orange is the New Black ladies, for sure. That color looks great on her.

 

 

Edie Falco in Randi Rahm
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 We’re yawning.

 

 

Danielle Books in Christian Siriano
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We really wanted to like this, but everything happening with that bodice – and especially up near her face – isn’t working for her. Gorgeous color, though. With a little editing, this could have been a knockout.

 

 

Joan Collins
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 You better bow the fuck down.

 

 

 

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