SAG Awards 2016: The Cast of “Orange is the New Black”

Posted on February 02, 2016

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Darlings, it’s time to assess the most glammed-up TV show cast at the SAG Awards. You thought it was shocking to see the Downton cast all gussied up? Get a load of these gals.

Ladies? Step up.

Uzo Aduba in Zac Posen
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The color’s great, the skirt’s great, but that bodice is not at all friendly to her.

 

Emma Myles in Parker New York
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Took us forever to figure out who she was. Can’t really find any fault with this look. Maybe a more modern hairstyle would’ve been better, but the goal here was clearly old Hollywood glam and she nailed it.

 

Kimiko Glenn in Galia Lahav
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Kind of a quietly interesting dress. We’d have liked a more modest neckline, but we can’t deny the look is growing on us.

 

Dascha Polanco in Nurit Hen of Ista
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Oof. Girl, no. The neckline is matronly, the bodice is stripper, the skirt is bridal. You’re every woman, it’s all in you, girl.

 

Laura Prepon in Carmen Marc Valvo
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SHOCKINGLY pretty and polished. Sorry, not to be bitches about it, but she rarely ever looks this good on the RC. And to be totally honest, the dress isn’t even exciting us that much. She just looks really put together and pretty.

 

Lori Petty
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Miley Cyrus, 2040.

 

Vicky Jeudy in Emanuel Ungaro
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It’s a great take on a tux, but again, we find ourselves, like a couple of nuns, wishing for a more modest neckline.

We swear on a stack of Vogues that we’re not a couple of anti-boob queens. We just think some designs get their proportions thrown off with a too-low or too-broad neckline. It seems to want to mimic a tux, but a tux with the shirt open to the waist? Too many ideas in one look.

 

Elizabeth Rodriguez in John Paul Ataker
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Very pretty.

These ladies are all really into white at the moment, aren’t they?

 

Jackie Cruz in Leanne Marshall
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SEE? SEE WHAT WE MEAN?

Leanne, we luvya doll, but proportionally, that neckline just looks way off. And it’s not at all flattering to her.

 

Laverne Cox in Prabal Gurung
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WERQ.

We actually don’t like the dress at all, but she’s working the shit out of it. Besides, it suits her so well that it’s forcing us to like it. It’s a fabulous color for her.

 

Samira Wiley in Christian Siriano
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Another white gown. Was this coordinated? Are they all getting married later tonight?

Anyway, this is pretty, but it could have gone drop-dead flawless with a couple pieces of showier jewelry and a beat face, as the kids and the drag queens say.

 

[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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