Dolls, kittens and darlings, it is time for the fashion parade surrounding the 89th Academy Awards to come to a close, not with a bang, not even with a whimper, but with some cranky commentary from two bitchy queens who’ve gone cross-eyed assessing an insane number of gowns in the last 96 hours.
Join us, won’t you? On a journey of discovery and bitchiness.
She’s an icon and we love her but we don’t much love this. White’s not her best color and we dislike the sheer/opaque/sheer effect.
Honey, please. Tone it down a notch, would you?
That is not …
How to put this kindly…
That must’ve been the dress at the very bottom of the Elie Saab pile. Either that or it has a label that reads “Ellie Sabb.”
We must have said this at least two dozen times in the last week, but if this was any other color but “Band-Aid,” it would be a stunner.
Betty Draper’s bathrobe.
The colors aren’t all that … sophisticated all together like that, but we love it for being so colorful.
Seen it a million times.
This type of dress, we mean. Not her panties.
Gorgeous – and we almost never say that about her style choices. What a beautiful color.
Seems a little ill-fitted in the bodice. Not much loving the color for her, either.
Christ on a breadstick, ENOUGH with the underwear dresses.
There was one hell of a ladies room brawl that night between all the red prairie dress-wearers. There were over three dozen of them at last count.
It’s just okay. We suspect it’s exactly what she wanted, given how she dresses, but like so much of what she chooses, it tends toward the matronly side.
Beautiful. In fact, that’s the most conventionally beautiful Prada we’ve seen in a long time. Don’t know how she snagged it, but it’s doing great things for her.
Loosen up on the jackets, boys.
Silver metallics were probably the biggest trend of the night overall. This one’s fine. Good, even. Just overshadowed by a whole bunch of other ones.
Love the hair. The dress is okay, but the top looks a bit too much like a bathing suit and we saw too many instances of that sort of thing this week. It works for her. We just don’t love that trend.
And with that, our constant bitching about the fashions of Oscars 2017 comes to an end, darlings. For the most part, the main event was staid and respectful (not to mention financially sponsored, most likely) from a style perspective, while the after-parties were the place for people to really indulge themselves and let their fashion freak flags fly. We’ll have more to say on that topic in tomorrow’s podcast, kittens.
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