Friday Leftovers for the Week of December 9th, 2018

Posted on December 14, 2018

Darlings, just LOOK at all these poor celebrities, forced to suffer the indignity of our lack of interest. Let’s make it up to them by subjecting them all to a vigorous round of judgment, shall we?




Angela Bassett in Alberta Ferretti Couture

Oh, queen. It just kept getting worse and worse as we scrolled down.




Love the style, hate the color. And we think it needs contrast between the pieces.




Ben McKenzie and Morena Baccarin




Caleb McLaughlin, Sadie Sink and Noah Schnapp




Cynthia Erivo in Thom Browne

SERVING IT. We love that she’s so off-the-beaten path in terms of her look. She makes choices most other celebrities never would.




Danai Gurira in Sies Marjan

Simple but quietly gorgeous.




Gwendoline Christie in Miu Miu

HIDEOUS. Why do so many ladystars insist on wearing this horrible dress? It flatters no one. And the skirt is cheap-looking.





Can’t really argue with rocker glam when it’s done right.




Jennifer Lopez (in Stéphane Rolland Couture) and Leah Remini

J Lo’s worn so many trailing white outfits this week we can’t even tell if we’ve covered this one or not. Leah’s sweater is cute. Yes, we said that about a turtleneck. her shoes look painful.



Leslie Mann in Zac Posen

Cute enough dress but the doll styling is weird.



Lily James

It’s a basic but sexy glam look. We just wish the hair and makeup were up for it.



Lily Rabe

The dress is bad enough, but that clashing headband it just tragic.



Miley Cyrus in Dior

Surprisingly cute in a low-key way, but the ass pockets on the front are really weird.




Penélope Cruz in Chanel Couture

Gets the job done, but it doesn’t play to her strengths.



Rita Ora in Moschino

It’s right on the verge of having been worn too many times by celebs but it still works for her.




Sarah Jessica Parker

We’ve hit the wall on skirt ruffles. ENOUGH. And this looks like a cat bed with sleeves.





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