Darlings, another sad little late-summer week of poor red carpetry is coming to an end, which means our leftovers post is both meager in size and even more mediocre than normal. But let’s all give our thoughts anyway. These poor lost souls could use your guidance.
Fun! And not really to be assessed from a normal red carpet perspective. Girlfriend’s in a costume, not a dress.
Gabrielle Union in Sally LaPointe
No, ma’am. Not even you can make crotch fringe work. Remove that one element and you have … a look so nondescript it’s practically invisible. If you’ve gotta rely on one goofy gimmick to make your outfit seem interesting, ditch the outfit completely.
Laura Harrier in Louis Vuitton
So much high-end stuff is looking so cheap to us lately. It’s not her fault. She’s doing the best she can with it, but the design if goofy and the textile looks highly flammable.
Things can go so wrong so easily when you embrace grommets as a style choice, but this is chic, bold and fun. Not sure a sleeveless suede dress actually makes sense, but it looks great in pictures.
Told you the pickins were slim this week.
Aw, we love her too much to be bitches. If this was some sort of conventionally dressy red carpet, we might be inclined to huff and puff over her outfit, but she’s doing okay, considering where she is.
Michaela Coel and Harriet Walter
Always love seeing Miss Harriet in just about anything, but Miss Michaela is SERVING here. LOVE her look.
She’s lost her style mojo. Not that she was ever any major icon, but this is unusually drab for her.
Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell
They don’t look like they’re dressed for the same event, but at least he’s not wearing something crazy.
Another low-key look for the right venue, but this one’s pretty darn cute.
HORRIBLE garment. Awful shape and color. Burn it, Toni. Burn it RIGHT NOW.
Why would you wear those neutral pumps with a silver metallic dress? Oh, Zosia. You’re just so … Zosia, aren’t you?
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