Friday Leftovers

Posted on December 16, 2016


Darlings, the red carpet pickings got a little slim this week and even then, we found the following folks and their style efforts to be unworthy of our undivided attention. Feel their shame, kittens. Also, let’s judge them.



Amanda Peet

Cute, but too understated for the red carpet and a little underdressed for the CCAs.



Anna Chlumsky in Halston Heritage

Not bad, but that’s not her color. This in a deep blue would’ve been killer.



Eva Longoria in Ieena Duggal

We don’t pull this one out often because it can sound a little sneeringly obnoxious (heaven forfend!), but this looks like fashion student work.



Jaime King in Schiaparelli Couture

In retrospect, Miss Jaime maybe should’ve gotten some T Lo love for this one. You can’t beat a dress like that for being as on point as possible for a Star Wars movie premiere.



Luke Hemsworth and Jeffrey Wright

The proportions on Luke’s suit are a little odd and we’re very much not feeling the “2003 boy band member” hair. But Jeffrey’s worse. We’ve been very disappointed with his style ever since Westworld became a thing. He could look truly amazing with almost no effort. This represents absolutely no effort.


Melanie Griffith in Dolce&Gabbana

Look at you, Miss Glam!

Too bad about your shoes.



Natalie Portman in The Row

Surprisingly, she takes well to the recent red carpet micro-trend of “Dracula’s Daughter.”



Neil Patrick Harris

That cute junior partner who wears his suits too tight and smiles too much.



Nicole Kidman

T & Lo actually went back and forth on this one. Lo thought it was dull in the extreme and T thought it was a surprisingly cute little choice for her, even if it doesn’t quite suit her.

That’s it for us today, dolls. We’ll be back over the weekend with more costume posts on The Crown and maybe some red carpetry and shopping, Ciao for now!



[Photo Credit: Getty Images, Ian West/PA Images/]

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