Friday Leftovers for the Week of September 10th, 2017 – PART TWO

Posted on September 15, 2017

Okay, kittens, we’re at the home stretch of the week (before the Emmys hit us this weekend like a tsunami) and we’ve already run through the first half of these not-good-enoughs, so let’s just skip all the niceties and get straight to the judging part, yes? There’s vodka in the freezer.



Ashley Graham

Not a thing wrong with that.


Cardi B in Christian Siriano

And if you’re feeling the need for some Cinderella in your life, there’s not a thing wrong here, either.



Charli XCX in Marc Jacobs

It’s a blouse from the ’80s worn without pants and a pair of patent leather booties.

And we have to sheepishly admit it’s kind of working for us.


Chrissy Metz




Danielle Brooks

Super fun and fashion-y. We saw her at Christian Siriano’s show this week and she’s unbelievably gorgeous in person.



Dianna Agron in Marc Jacobs

We guess so. She seems to be trying to do something with her style lately; make some sort of statement. It’s not quite happening.



Glenn Close in Zac Posen

She seems happy in it.



Greta Gerwig




Jaime King

This is hilariously goofy. Girlfriend never fails to sell the shit out of it.


James Franco

Just one of the many James Franco impersonators running around this week.



Katie Holmes

This isn’t exactly our favorite style, but it’s refreshingly different for her.



Malin Akerman

Shower curtain.



Mindy Kaling

Are you kidding us with that skirt? Did no one in the design process take a step back and really look at it?



Olivia Munn in Giamba

Half-assed sister-wife. And TOTALLY not her dress.



Rashida Jones

Cute enough.



Uzo Aduba

Loving the hair and coat but … that’s about it.



Victoria Beckham in Victoria Beckham

This all appears to be in order.



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