Kittens let’s wrap up our week of opinion-spewing by spewing at them at all the people who failed to rate opinions before now! Put your judgin’ bra on and let’s go!
Allison Janney in Christian Siriano
The usual gets-the-job-done effort from her. It’s nice enough.
We completely support her if she has no use for glamour and no time for uncomfortable clothing. Even so. There are so many better, more stylish pantsuits than this banquet hall manager uniform.
Betty Gabriel in Sachin & Babi
Elizabeth Banks in Tom Ford
Not her fault, but it’s a bit too low-key for her. She needs more drama.
Emilia Clarke in Dolce & Gabbana
Oof. Did we not just complete a rose print trend? It feels like this one cycled back into style again too quickly. This isn’t bad, but we’ll never not see these types of dresses as a little mumsy, a little “church clothes.”
Emily V. Gordon (in Prabal Gurung) and Kumail Nanjiani
Love her dress. We’re giving her a pass on the T-straps this time because they go with the retro style of it. He’s looking flawless as per the uzh.
Emmy Rossum in Giambattista Valli
It’s alright. The sleeves are terrible, though.
Greta Gerwig in The Row
Serving up Madame President realness. It suits her, but we’re not suire about those shoes.
Julianne Moore in Tom Ford
Typical of her in a lot of ways, right down to the bear-trap shoes. Not surprising, since Tom Ford has been a big influence on her style.
We like this, but the boots feel like a missed opportunity to finish it off in an interesting way. We’re not all that crazy about the white t-shirt either. And the zipper sure looks dumb. Wait a minute. Maybe we don’t like this.
La La Anthony in Naeem Khan
Feels dated. Marchesa circa 2011.
We think Miss Michaela’s explanation of this look supersedes anything we have to say about it:
Last minute invite to WAKANDA, had 2hrs to ready myself. I had bought two of the same skirt from auntie who has the stall outside the pharmacy in Accra mall. I cut one skirt to make it into a top and sew da ting together into a dress.
Resourceful bitch. pic.twitter.com/ztGcl2OhJN
— Michaela Coel (@MichaelaCoel) February 9, 2018
And there you have it.
Olivia Culpo in Redemption
That looks like something you wear to host a telethon.
Rachel Bronahan in Carolina Herrera
It’s dramatic as hell, but we’re not sure the huge scale of the print works well with so much volume and such an overwhelming silhouette. You really have to fight to see her face.
Rita Ora in Stéphane Rolland Couture
She’s moved on to Celine Dion cosplay, we see.
All the kids in seventh grade love Miss Dawson’s class the most.
Fierce as shit.
He’s got that James Franco-esque quality where he makes everything he wears look a little sleazy. Granted, a brown dress shirt with a brown pin-striped suit pretty much screams “strip club owner.”
Sarah Jessica Parker
Still on that style winning streak. Still beating those damn blue shoes to death.
A weensy bit more effort would not have been out of the question here, Tom.
So he’s a lion now, evidently.
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