Glamour Women of the Year Awards Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on November 17, 2016

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

 

 

Demi Lovato in Zac Posen
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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
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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
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LOVE.

 

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
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Dull and unphotogenic.

The dress, that is.

 

 

Rashida Jones in Missoni
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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
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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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