Kittens, it’s one of the weird twists of our line of work that any week that offers us little more than weak-ass attempts at red carpetry is usually a week in which we wind up with more than our usual number of leftovers. What can we say? Weakness abided this week. As always, we’re overstating it, of course. Hyperbole is the blogger’s lifeblood. And lazy writing tool, but let’s not get into that when there are ensembles to judge.
The top is fine, but a pair of contrasting pants would’ve looked much better.
Hate the shoes, but that dress is perfect for her.
Anna Camp in Saloni
Get those dollar bills, girl. You may not have won the corporate sponsorship sweepstakes of the week, but you’re putting in a damn good showing. Still hate those shoes, though.
It’s okay, but that skirt is shaped weird.
Chloë Grace Moretz in Prada
Basic, but well done.
Eleanor Tomlinson in Temperley London
Don’t stare at it too long or you’ll feel a migraine coming on.
We realize the shoes technically match, but we still yelled “NO” when we got to them.
A fine looking man in a boring-ass suit.
Generic. You should only be wearing high-impact red carpet look, Miss Gwendoline.
Jenna Coleman in Emilia Wickstead
Can’t argue with any of that.
Gets the job done and supports a certain kind of image for her but this is one instance where we’ll have to argue against the white pumps.
Who wears a black sweater in June?
Lady Kitty Spencer in Dolce&Gabbana
A little too “Olive Garden decor” for our tastes. And the matchy shoes are silly.
Olga Kurylenko in Giorgio Armani
Is it us or is this weirdly unflattering on her? The waist is too high and the bodice makes her shoulders look broad.
Everything looks a little too random but the shoes are nice.
We’ve gotta hand it to her. The dress is a big nothing but it looks amazing on her. Hate the non-color, though.
Terry, not even you can make a shiny disco suit and a pair of two-tone fringe loafers work.
Vera Farmiga in Altuzarra
Once again, credit to her. She always finds the looks that play to her preferences and her persona perfectly. Vaguely retro, slightly awkward and off-beat. And it works.
Zendaya Coleman in Carolina Herrera
We loathe over-tiered dresses, but Miss Z’s magic fashion powers are making this look pretty okay from where we’re sitting. It’s still not our favorite style, but she’s got a knack for making the unworkable work.
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