Because nothing says Christmas – or “mom” – like a string of funereal looks:
Aw, we’re being bitches. This isn’t how we might have recommended a coordinated effort, but we appreciate the idea behind it. We don’t particularly love a lot of black on the red carpet because it has a tendency to not photograph well, but the backdrop couldn’t be better for the looks.
To be honest, they kind of look like they’re all bridesmaids to Susan as she marries her girlfriend on New Year’s Eve.
Kristen Bell in Michael Kors Collection
All things considered (like the fact that we normally hate belly cutouts on gowns), this works really well for her. We kind feel like a stronger lip and a little less blue eyeshadow would’ve been a better way to go.
Cheryl Hynes in Romona Keveža
We won’t claim she doesn’t look like a knockout in this dress, but it really couldn’t be any more generic.
Mila Kunis in Cushnie et Ochs
Newp. The hem is awkward and the shoulder tinsel is goofy.
We were mildly okay with it, then liked it a little less the further we scrolled down, until we reached the bottom. The screaming hasn’t stopped yet.
Kathryn Hahn in Alberta Ferretti
Credit to her: she wore one of the more interesting dresses without it being a total disaster.
Boy, did that sound backhanded. Our point: her public style veers from basic and understated to wild and awkward. This is kind of chic. We really don’t like the fussiness of the bodice or the keyholes, but the rest of it looks good on her.
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