Friday Leftovers for the Week of October 22nd, 2017 – Part Two

Posted on October 27, 2017

We made our way through Part ONE, so let’s wrap this mother up, kittens!

 

Bella Hadid in Roberto Cavalli

Something about Bulgari-sponsored events really brings out the tacky in people.

 

 

Brittany Snow in Kate Spade New York

Pretty, but the bag and shoes aren’t quite up to it. This could’ve been really pulled together with the right accessories.

 

 

Chloe Bennet

It’s fine, but those are the wrong shoes for it.

 

 

Dacre Montgomery

The facial hair is terrible, the suit is ill-fitted and the boots look goofy with it.

 

 

Elizabeth Olsen

She dresses like an 80-year-old.

 

 

Iman

Loving the colors; not loving the hair.

 

 

Jaden Smith in Louis Vuitton

How disappointingly standard.

 

 

Karimah Westbrook in OTT

Pretty enough, but what’s with that weird stomach panel?

 

 

Kristin Davis

Generic.

 

 

Léa Seydoux in Louis Vuitton

Kind of love (but only kind of) everything she’s wearing, but the coat and dress are fighting with each other.

 

 

Mary J. Blige in Yousef Aljasmi

This all appears to be in order. Don’t love the sheer panels, but this is pure MJB all the way.

 

 

Michelle Monaghan in Reem Acra

The ruffle, bow and feet-swallowing pants are where it all loses us. Granted, there’s not much left after that.

 

 

Miles Teller

Fine. Nice color. Appreciate a man working a floral print on the red carpet.

 

 

Natalia Dyer in Christopher Kane

Yuck. Sorry, girl. Hate your dress. It’s trying too hard to be interesting.

 

 

Riley Keough in Louis Vuitton

That’s fun. The shoes are an unexpected twist and the coat looks fabulous on her. The rest of it fades into the background, as it’s supposed to.

 

 

Rosamund Pike in Christian Dior

Pretty skirt, HORRIBLE bodice.

 

 

Sofia Carson in Monique Lhuillier

Sweetie, dial it back a little.

 

 

 

 

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