Part one can be found here.
But enough foreplay, darlings. Put your judgin’ panties on let’s get to it. It’s almost Happy Hour somewhere.
Abbie Cornish in Jeffrey Dodd
From the Rose Nylund collection at Sears.
Amber Valetta in Michael Kors Collection
Yet another fringe dress from Michael that we just don’t love all that much. We’re totally fringeist.
Ashley Graham in Michael Kors Collection
Cute enough, but a little basic. The top feels a bit unresolved and the shoes are too standard.
The problem with slapping really focus-pulling accessories on a really bland outfit is that you get reduced to that body part.
And now we want you to know that instead of “body part,” we accidentally typed “party feet” in the first draft of that last sentence.
We trust no more need be said on the matter.
Catherine Zeta Jones in Cushnie et Ochs
She makes the stalest choices. The dress is nice, but a brand like Cushnie et Ochs definitely has more interesting fare than this to choose from. We get the impression she either doesn’t use a stylist, or she uses one and is really stubborn about her restrictions.
Nothing here should be paired with anything else here, except the jacket and under shirt.
Diane Kruger in Isabel Marant
In fairness to Miss Diane, this probably deserved its own post, now that we’re really looking at it. It’s not quite perfect, but it’s definitely interesting. The pants, anyway. The shoes are (once again) fairly generic and we hate that style of top. The only one who ever truly made it work was Debbie Harry circa 1979.
Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell
Considering how little use she has for a setting like the red carpet, she’s doing okay. The look is true to her, colorful, a little interesting, and it takes a pretty good picture. Everything he’s got on is pretty basic and slightly mismatched.
Hilary Rhoda in Michael Kors Collection
We literally screamed when we got to the shoes. Great dress, boring footwear.
Honestly, even after all this time, we have no idea how something like this happens. Presumably, she passed in front of a mirror at some point before leaving, right?
Standard Diva. No complaints. She’s always been a gets-the-job-done kinda gal.
Works for us.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Amy Sedaris (in Adam Selman)
SJP is truly in one of the worst and longest-lasting style ruts in all of celebrity-ville. Amy, however, is a delight. Not stylish or chic, but fun.
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