We’re in the homestretch of a major week of red carpetry, darlings! All we have to do is throw opinions at all these stale looks and we can hit the bar. Are you in? Then we’ll begin.
Holy cow, is that a lot of dress or what? It just keeps on going. The top half is way too “ice skating costume” and the bottom half is way too …
It’s just … way too.
Yuck. Those two prints are ugly on their own but they attain new levels of ugliness when you pair them in one flimsy-looking ensemble.
It’s amazing how much younger she looks when she’s not in period costume, whether the period is the ’60s of Mad Men or the ’80s of Stranger Things.
Cute dress. Don’t love the invisible footwear.
Yikes. We usually love this gal’s style choices, but we’re gonna have to say no to all of this.
Kind of basic, but cute. We suspect she can make a lot of basic things look cute.
It’s not her fault the entire background is black, but a pop of sparkle or metallic would have done a lot here.
As Barbie as it gets. Extreme Barbie.
Cute enough, but she should take the time to be a 12-year-old while she still can.
Looks okay. The ‘stache only works in certain contexts and this really isn’t one of them.
Sure. Whatever, Miranda Kerr.
We’re not angry. It’s just, y’know… a white strapless gown on a model. Not much to say. Much as we want all the white gowns on the red carpet this week to be a collective Princess Leia tribute, we doubt very much that’s the case – especially since virtually no one who wore white has made that claim themselves.
You should slap Donatella, Miss Naomi. This is an offense.
We hope this doesn’t come off weird, but this lady always has her boob situation perfectly handled and wrangled. Either she or someone on her team knows exactly how to keep her assets perfectly highlighted, fitted and supported. She looks pretty damn spectacular in that gown.
That’ll do, Boo.
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