Friday Leftovers for the Week of May 20th, 2018

Posted on May 25, 2018


Darlings, it’s been QUITE the week on the celebrity style scene, which is why it’s no big surprise that we have a whole bunch of unjudged looks piled up late in the game. Time to shovel them on out of here, good and judged, wouldn’t you say?

Yes. You would say.

 

Amy Sedaris

We love you, lady, but this is all hideous. The shoes might be fun but that schmatta should be burned.

 

 

Busy Philipps in Reem Acra

A super-cute dress that’s almost impossible to style wrong, but bless her heart, she nearly managed it with the too-matchy/cutesy bag and the consumption makeup.

 

 

Constance Zimmer

The print’s pretty enough, but the shape is odd.

 

 

Derek Hough

It’s fine, if a bit generic. Gray skinny suits don’t really lend themselves to casual styling.

 

 

Emily Ratajkowski in Jacquemus

Looks like something a 5-year-old puts together using towels and blankets.

 

 

Jenna Dewan in Monique Lhuillier

Cute enough, but it doesn’t feel very springtime and the sleeves are shaped weird.

 

 

Julianna Margulies

We’re seeing a lot of black and silver this week and we have no idea why. People, summer’s about to kick off. Save this stuff for your New Year’s parties.

 

 

 

Julianne Hough

NEWP. It’s a terrible shade of pink, both for the red hair and for the off-white top underneath it. The whole look comes off dingy. And the flare on those pants is borderline silly.

 

 

Khadja Nin in Jean Paul Gaultier Couture

Goddess.

 

 

Léa Seydoux  in Louis Vuitton

We kept wanting to give this look the spotlight treatment, but it suffered from being just a bit too basic for us to say anything about it. It’s nice enough and she looks great, but that’s about all there is to say.

 

 

 

Maggie Gyllenhaal

We were almost convinced until we got to the pope shoes. Even so, the dress is heavy and could use a contrasting belt that isn’t hanging off her.

Girl, that’s not your hair color.

 

 

Mary Steenburgen

LADY WHO DID THIS TO YOU?!? GIVE US A NAME SO WE CAN SHAME THEM.

 

 

Natalie Dormer in Elisabetta Franchi

It’s fine, but there’ve been a lot of primo ladytuxes on the red carpet in the last year.  If you’re going that route, you better bring something interesting.

 

 

Olga Kurylenko in Christian Dior

Pretty and retro-stylish. The T-straps really make the look. Mark this date down, because we haven’t paid a compliment to T-straps in a decade.

 

 

Phoebe Waller-Bridge in Rosetta Getty

Can’t really get behind the asymmetrical bust, which is literally the only thing that gives this look any interest.

 

 

Rachel Brosnahan

Very basic and very odd for late May. Plus the textile mismatch between the two pieces bugs us a bit.

 

 

Rosario Dawson

Weird how everyone wants to bring out the winter metallics this week. This is okay, but pretty damn heavy-looking. And the styling is practically non-existent.

 

 

Rossy De Palma

Goddess, part 2.

 

 

 

Sienna Miller in Chloé

A bedsheet and pool slides. Go home, Sienna.

 

 

Sonequa Martin-Green

We could be convinced on the boots, but they really don’t go with the beauty salon smock at all.

 

 

[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, NBC]

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