Darlings, a smattering of stars came out to support the writers who make them all look so good. We should support these folks for walking the walk, but duty calls, which means we have to judge their outfits.
Alison Brie in Vivienne Westwood
It all goes a bit wonky from the hem down (don’t love the shoe choice at all), but this is a surprisingly strong look for her. Love the bodice, love the lip, trying to love the hair.
Betty Gabriel in Anaya
Considering it’s silver lace, which really should be an automatic dealbreaker, this looks pretty great on her. A pair of pumps would’ve been better, though.
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon (in Stella McCartney)
Loving his sweater and boots. Not at all loving the design of that bodice on her dress. The sheer panels are causing it to collapse. Great color, though. If it had a conventional bodice, she’d have aced this one.
Greta Gerwig in Proenza Schouler
Apparently, the theme for this event was “goofy dresses with sandals that do nothing for them.” We don’t love the bodice on this one either. The skirt’s cute, though.
Rachel Brosnahan in Saint Laurent
Dramatic and surprisingly high-impact for the event. Not such a hot shape, though. It feels like it could have been fitted much better around the waist and hips.
Sarah Silverman in Rebecca Vallance
BEWBs. Plus a generic gown from the Sofia Vergara collection at Target.
We’re being bitches. It’s okay.
LOVE the coat. The dress is nice too, but the outerwear really makes this look. And while we never really needed a reason to love her, we nonetheless love her even more for not wearing a silly pair of naked sandals with this look.
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