We feel like we’ve been hitting you with a whole lot of questionable fashion this Monday and for that we apologize, even though we’re not the ones stepping out in goofy-ass borrowed outfits. We’d like to say that this next entry makes for a lovely style amuse-bouche amongst all the bad fashion, but unforch, it’s more of the same. As we noted with Emma Stone’s choices, the PGAs tend to be a place where the stars feel free to fly their fashion freak flags a little, but when you’re someone like Alison Brie, whose red carpet CV is pretty damn spotty …
Ooof. Girl, you’d have been better off in a plain LBD.
She tends to dress in edgier, editorial fare on the regular and we’re ready to step up and declare it a mistake. This may be a Christina Hendricks situation where she loves a certain style that doesn’t really love her back. Her former Mad Men co-star has a love of tea-stained retro vintage whimsy that never looks good on her and we’re wondering if Alison has a bit too much of a Vogue-cover idea of what her style should be.
Miss Alison, Chloe Sevigny you are not. We wouldn’t suggest she should remove the quirk from her style, nor does she have to fly a straight and narrow path, but a look like this one illustrates how she goes wrong. It’s not that any one piece is too much – it’s that ALL of them are. We don’t like the dress at all, but we’d have less of a problem with it if the shoes weren’t also terribly focus-pulling and if her makeup wasn’t so hellaciously unflattering and distracting. There’s just too much of everything and none of it works together to produce look that reads chic to us.
– Brock Collection Black Lace Dress with Bustier and Peplum Detail from the Spring 2019 Collection
– Colette Jewelry
– Jemma Wynne Jewelry
– Christian Louboutin ‘Crystal Queen’ Black Satin Sandal with Crystal Detail
Styled by Erin Walsh | Hair by Clariss Anya Rubenstein | Makeup by Mai Quynh
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com, christianlouboutin.com]