Just look at all these post-Thanksgiving leftovers we let pile up, kittens! We better get them all good and judged before they go stale. Oh, wait. Some of them already have.
ZING! And we’re off!
Alyssa Milano in Pamella Roland
It’s a lovely gown, if a bit too traditional, which is a nicer way of saying “stale.”
We don’t love what she’s wearing, but she’s Angela damn Bassett and she always looks amazing.
Once again, we are forced to point out that on film, such as in the recent The Haunting of Hill House, she is stunningly beautiful but on the red carpet, she gets let down by really poor styling. Miss Carla, whether intentional or not, you’re hiding the hot.
And speaking of hiding the hot, this next case is pretty much fatal:
WHAT IS THIS FUCKERY MISTER?
He looks great but we can’t say we love the jacket. And we suspect we’d like his look more without the dye job and insta-tan.
It’s just okay. We get the impression she’s pulling back on the fashion reins a little bit right now.
Oh, Jane. We would never expect any different from you.
Laverne Cox in Black Halo (Dress) and Any Old Iron (Cape)
It’s dramatic, but we can’t say we love the shape of that cape.
Patricia Clarkson in Marchesa
Hate the bodice but the skirt is stunning. We have no real thought on her wearing Marchesa. The brand has to stand or fall on its own merits and we can see why she’d pick this particular dress.
JESUS, no. What a terrible suit. This is perhaps not as tragic as Meloni’s look, but it’s a pretty tragic hiding-the-hot.
Rachel Brosnahan in Ellie Saab
Rita Ora in Marchesa
Welp. Looks like Marchesa’s definitely broken through the bad press. We bet you still won’t see it on any Oscar nominees this season. This is fine. It feels like a very toned-down representation of the brand.
Oh, SWEETIE. We get that you’re not a fashion girl but do you have to be so aggressive about it?
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