Friday Leftovers for the Week of April 1st, 2018

Posted on April 06, 2018


GIMME A BEAT.

 

Alexandra Daddario in Zac Posen

That textile has the whiff of a Star Trek costume to it, except the dress itself is fairly generic. The color does nothing for her and the bust is too tight.

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Danielle Brooks

Kind of adorable all around, given what we can glean from the setting. We don’t love the jacket, but the boots and QUEEN dress are fun.

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Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy

They’re a cute couple and they dress perfectly appropriately, but they’re red-carpet-dull.

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Kristen Bell

Girl what are you doing.

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Leslie Mann in Zac Posen

Pretty and stylish and as always, it gets the job done for her. As we noted earlier in the week, she doesn’t get enough credit for being the promo/poledance pro that she is.

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Malin Akerman in Johanna Ortiz

In desperate need of a makeover. No matter how prestigious the project she’s promoting or the venue she’s attending, her looks always come off a little tacky and cheap. We don’t think she necessarily has bad taste; just that she doesn’t know how to dress in a high-impact, red carpet-friendly way without making a few wrong turns along the way.

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Mathew Rhys and Keri Russell

As always, they come off like two goofballs up for a third. And they never seem to dress like they’re attending the same event.

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Seth Rogen

Nicely done, although we think a boxier shoe would go better with a plaid suit.

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Tyra Banks

Posing and smizing like her life depended on it, even in an outfit and setting that isn’t calling for high-fashion cheek-sucking.

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Zosia Mamet

We’re not entirely sure what’s happening down below the knees. She definitely could’ve used a more visually assertive sort of footwear choice; maybe even those crazy boots she was wearing earlier in the week. But the jacket’s fun at least.

 

 

[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, NBC]

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