Eva Longoria, Zoe Saldana, Gina Rodriguez, and Rosario Dawson at the Eva Longoria Foundation Dinner Gala

Posted on November 09, 2018

Behold, gentle reader! Mark ye well! For on this day, the JUSTICE LEAGUE OF LATINAS was formed!



Seriously, they’re each so distinctively dressed yet on point for the occasion that it almost comes off like costume design.



Aw. We usually find these sorts of displays in front of a wall of cameras to be just a weensy bit insincere, but this is really cute. Now let’s judge them.



Eva Longoria

Great color and fairly simple design that plays up her old-school sort of glamour but tones down the fussiness. It’s a little bit dressing gown and we think the bodice and bust are kind of unflattering and could be fitted a bit better. Still, she’s giving us Hollywood.



Zoe Saldana in Erdem

She’s giving us Fashion. It’s all very much on trend, from the boldly colored lace to the “getting hitched at the courthouse, circa 1870” style. We don’t exactly like it, but the color looks good on her and it makes sense for her to be the trendy one.



Gina Rodriguez

We’d call this an attempt at Ingenue Style. Cute, on trend and a little sexy or romantic. The puffy shoulder and one-shoulder neckline are both very popular right now. Unfortunately, they look really dumb on the same garment. Worse when that garment is velvet. We don’t think it’s possible that her left arm wasn’t cold all night. And any waist sash that asks for a bow that elaborate is just fucking with you.



Rosario Dawson

Pure Downtown Boho. Again, like a lot of these looks, we don’t love it, but it’s very much on point for her. The skirt’s a great color and interesting to look at, but that’s about as far as our love goes. She likes really slouchy styles and that’s fine. We wouldn’t argue that she should start wearing tailored or body con looks. But this is all a bit too shapeless in combination.




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