Glamour Women of the Year Awards Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on November 17, 2016


They’re Women! They’re Glamorous! It’s the end of the year! Let’s hand out awards and then judge their outfits, darlings!



Amber Heard in Alessandra Rich

Oh, lady. We want to be so nice to you because of the shitty year you went through and the admirable way you handled it, but all of that can’t erase a horrific lace-and-ruffles monstrosity of a dress.



Angela Sarafyan in Julianna Bass

The wispy, floaty hair was a bad choice for such a starkly chic and modern gown.



Demi Lovato in Zac Posen

The silhouette’s great for her, but the skirt looks a little stiff and gimmicky. Also: the sandals are a dull choice of finishing touch.



Freida Pinto in Reem Acra

Stylists and ladystars: take a step back from the dress and blur your eyes. This is an easy way of picking out any strange bits of color blocking or proportional issues, such as a dress designed to visually minimize the bust as much as possible while simultaneously making one’s hips look much larger than they are.

Seriously, was there not a mirror involved here?



Laura Dern in Bottega Veneta



Her style has improved dramatically as she’s matured, which is, in our opinion, exactly the way one’s style evolution should go.


Mindy Kaling in Gabriela Hearst

Dull and unphotogenic.

The dress, that is.



Rashida Jones in Missoni

You really need to work to style this dress. Unfortunately, she didn’t do much in that regard. It could be a chic look with the right accessories, hair and makeup, but nothing’s working to pull this together.



Yara Shahidi in Cynthia Rowley

LOVE, part II.

The shoes are probably a bridge too far, but we just love the explosion of color and pattern in the ensemble.



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