Ladies – and one man? Please step forward one by one to present your fabulousness.
Also, we will be judging you.
Cute, comfy and photogenic. A great print in great colors. The pumps are a record scratch. We’re usually against matchiness but we don’t see how a pink pump wasn’t called for here. Or a teal one, even.
Newp. It’s bridal with a slasher undertone. And that sheer panel simply isn’t flattering.
Love the idea of the suit, but it’s a skosh too tight and the matching shirt wasn’t a good idea.
This gal sure loves her metallics. It works for her, but the volume and the silver pumps are a bit much.
Stunning. What a fabulous fit and color.
Oooh, girl. That’s not your do. We didn’t even recognize you. The dress strikes us as a bit heavy and serious. The shoes aren’t helping.
Her style has been such a breath of fresh air on the red carpet. A standard black lace and sheer gown is a letdown. The head-styling, as per the uzh, is flawless.
The fit of those pants is working against her. At the very least, they should be hemmed to show her shoes. But we’d honestly like this better if she just had fitted black pants paired with that jacket.
Y’know? Normally (see above) we’d rail against another black, semi-sheer nightgowny look on the red carpet. But she doesn’t go that route often (at all, as far as we can remember) and the cape is a fun and dramatic addition.
It’s alright. The bodice is too angular.
Miss Tracee, we love you, but you look like you entered a wet gown contest. This is a no, dear.
Fabulous color and fit, but the neckline is slightly off and a slight shortening of the straps might’ve been a good idea.
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