Friday Leftovers for the Week of October 8th, 2017 – Part Two

Posted on October 13, 2017

Don’t slow down now, dolls! We all made it through the slog of mediocrity that was Part ONE of this boringfest, so we know you have the strength to carry on and judge your way through Part TWO. Because we believe in you, kittens!

Let’s judge!

 

 

Brooke Shields

The dress is bleh, the shoes are wrong for it and the hair is wrong, PERIOD.

 

 

Bryan Cranston

Dark brown suits are a little tough to pull off, but the man is making it work, we’ve gotta say. It’s a little wrinkled and could’ve used a tie with more oomph, though.

 

 

Chloe Bennett in Maria Lucia Hohan

Toothpaste sister-wife.

 

 

Damien Lewis

Divorced dad on a date.

 

 

Elizabeth Hurley

Why do we suspect she has this exact dress, in 40 different colors, hanging in her closet? Could it be because it appears to be the only kind of dress she wears anymore? Let’s switch things up a bit, Liz. You can start by blotting your legs.

 

 

Freida Pinto in Bibhu Mohapatra

A pretty textile used to make a pretty fucked-up frock.

 

 

Jamie Bell and Annette Bening

Enh. It’s the Hamptons. We’ll leave them to it.

 

 

Karl Urban

Drunk dad at a wedding reception.

 

 

Kate Bosworth in Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

Too flimsy. And that is not your color, girl.

 

 

Laverne Cox in Vitor Zerbinato

Goodness, this does seem to be the week when everyone wants to test ol’ T Lo’s patience with their silly, tricky skirts, doesn’t it?

This is a no, Laverne.

 

 

Miles Teller

He looks like an overdressed and overzealous movie theater manager.

 

 

Nina Dobrev in Zac Posen

Pretty enough – until you scroll down to the RIVERS OF LAVA.

 

 

Ruth Wilson in Schiaparelli

Her red carpetry has always been pretty damn nutty, but we’ll give her this one. It’s Schiaparelli.

 

 

Tori Spelling

What white nonsense is this?

 

 

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