We gave Miss Tracee the spotlight post on this event because she managed to land on the most fun way to interpret a polo event ensemble. We can’t say any of these folks did badly on that front, although the results didn’t have quite the personality overload hers did.
Still, it’s celebrities trying to act posh. Judgment is required.
Abigail Spencer in Uishan Zhang
It’s fine. Blandly, neutrally pretty, but fine.
Aja Naomi King in Shoshanna
Cute enough, but perhaps a bit much for the occasion.
Bella Heathcote in Tanya Taylor
The only reason this odd little frock works is because the color is dark enough to hide the abundance of design details. Also, the shoes are not so great.
Camilla Belle in Adeam
This dress is trying way too hard to be interesting.
Simple, photogenic and well coordinated. Works for us. A well-deployed pair of killer shades would finish this off perfectly.
The brightly colored suit is fun, but all the dark parts are wrong, both for the suit and for a polo classic. Classic white oxford, no tie, and a pair of loafers, please.
Good on paper, but those jeans are stiff and shiny and the jacket is too small on him.
We’re also getting very, very tired of the ombre trend in men’s dress shoes.
Mmm. We’re gonna have to say no to this one, Queen. It’s too fussy for you.
Victoria Justice in Rachel Zoe
The outfit’s not bad, if a bit too matchy. The booties are horrible.
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