Chrissy Teigen in Massachi
Girl, we love you, but this is really ticky-tacky.
WAY too heavy and unflattering. And she’s long past time for a hair style refresh.
Deborah Ann Woll and Jon Bernthal
Her dress is cute enough and his suit is okay, but they kind of look like they’re at a wedding reception. And his sleeves are weirdly long.
Freida Pinto in Bottega Veneta
We might normally quibble about the shoes being a bit too on point and matchy to the dress, but we like the overall effect too much to make an issue of it.
Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas
Room temperature oatmeal.
Haley Bennett in Alexander McQueen
It takes some guts to attempt a dress like this one for a red carpet. It could so easily go wrong. We feel like the design could use an edit or two, but for the most part, she pulled this off.
Jennifer Hudson in Alexander McQueen
Love the hair, but we feel like we’ve seen her in this dress a couple dozen times.
Not loving the new trend for blocky cuts in men’s suiting.
Kaley Cuoco in Missoni
That couture pose looks silly on the red carpet, but this is a surprisingly stylish choice coming from her.
Karlie Kloss in Elie Saab
It’s a nice enough dress but it’s so dumb how the lining just ends.
Mary J. Blige in Rami Al Ali
The dress works great, but the shoes are terrible for it.
Michelle Monaghan in Paco Rabanne
We hate the cutouts and stirrups, but how often does anyone even attempt a catsuit on the red carpet?
It gets the job done, like a lot of her red carpetry. Pretty color.
Ditto on the whole “gets the job done” thing. That sort of color blocking can look really dicey on a gown, but it mostly works here, due to the neutral colors and simplicity of the design.
Ruby Rose in August Getty Atelier
Can’t really argue with that.
LOVING the hair. The jumpsuit is kind of chic, but considering how close it is to a Starfleet uniform, we’re a bit surprised she’d go there.
Willow Shields in Armani Exchange
This is all really cute and chic.
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com]