Friday Leftovers for the Week of September 17th, 2017 – PART TWO

Posted on September 22, 2017

Here we go, darlings, one more massive push of opinionating and it’ll all be over.

Why did that sound like we’re coaching you through childbirth? Anyway, onward:


Abigail Spencer

Too much sleeve, too much skirt and the matchy shoes are awful, but the look has some potential.


Adina Porter

Newp. Looks like a swatch of cheap fabric. And those shoes are awful.



Allison Pill

Cute, but more than a little business-like.



Angela Sarafyan in Elisabetta Franchi

Kinda fab, but we’ll never not think sandals under a heavily sequined dress looks a little odd.



Benedict Cumberbatch

Stopped by on the way to whatever they call Home Depot in Great Britain.



Cheyenne Jackson


Do better.



Derek Hough

That shirt doesn’t go with that suit and the jacket’s too short and boxy.



Gabrielle Union in Antonio Berardi

Fine by us.



Garcelle Beauvais

Also fine by us.

Lots and lots of silver lately, yes?


Gaten Matarazzo

Nice to see one of these kids dressing like a kid.



Jaime King in Oscar de la Renta

Really cute dress.



Jon Hamm

Sloppy. Would still do.



Julianne Hough in Escada

Ugh. We’re not loving the trend toward baby blue pantsuits on celebrity gals lately.



Julie Bowen in Jeffrey Dodd

Everybody seems to have decided this was the week for yellow dresses paired with gold sandals. We have to say, we appreciate the boldness, but we don’t think it’s her color.



Kate Walsh in Self-Portrait

Lady, your dress is cray.



Laverne Cox in Baja East

No problems here.



Lea Michele in Cushnie et Ochs

We could “of course” the neckline, but that’s not a trend she created. Besides, this all looks pretty great on her.



Mandy Moore in Sally LaPoint

Sure. Put half a turtleneck on over a sequined dress, dear. That’s not weird at all.



Ricky Whittle

Hey boo.



Shanon Purser in Julia Clancey

We’d like this a lot more without the black accessories.



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