Select Ladies from the Glamour Women of the Year Awards Red Carpet

Posted on June 08, 2017

There’s no theme here, darlings. No through-line in these ensembles or common trends to be compared. These are merely the ladies left over from the Glamour UK WOTY Awards that we wanted to talk about. A T Lo-curated list of looks, if you will. If there’s any theme here it’s that each of these looks represent the good and bad parts of each of these ladies’ personal style. Let’s lean in closer and form opinions about it all, shall we?



Anna Kendrick in Peter Pilotto

To us this tends to embody Miss Anna’s whole approach to style. She picks bold items with distracting details. Or at least, that’s the kind of thing we tend to picture when her name comes up. The color’s great and the embellishments are fine. They’d be great if they weren’t fighting with so much asymmetry in the design. To our eyes, if you straightened the hem and removed the right sleeve, this would be perfect.


Felicity Jones in Christian Dior

Maybe it’s because of her slight sunburn – which never looks good with a formal gown, to be honest – but this thing looks a bit overblown and fussy. Like Anna, she tends toward looks that are fussier than she can handle. The entire bodice looks bizarre from the side.



Lily James in Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

Well that’s just plain ugly. Sweetie, we know high romanticism is your thang, but this is romance on an 8-ball of coke.



Pearl Mackie

The longer we look at this dress, the more we like it for her. She’s been popping up more and more on the red carpets of late (taking advantage of her Doctor Who spotlight), and it seems to us she tends toward looks with a spare, classic take on traditional femininity. She likes simple shapes with a bit of flare. She also tends to like a clean face and dramatically shaped hair, both of which we love for her – except we think the head styling could use just a little more polish in this instance. A pair of statement earrings would be nice.


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