SAG Awards 2019 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on January 29, 2019

We’ve singled out plenty of the notables, but it’s time to put the rest of this red carpet to bed, good and judged. Ladies? Show us what you got.



Alison Brie in Miu Miu

Sorry, Moth Lady. Love your dress, but the wings have to go.

Betty Gilpin in Krikor Jabotian

She looks stunning in that dress but she seriously has to work on her pose game. She’s said in the past she plays a character in her head to get through the stress of the red carpet and while we think that’s a fantastic idea, you may want to think about rewriting the script a little, dear. Whoever you’re playing, she looks a little miserable.

Catherine Zeta-Jones in Zuhair Murad Couture

The color is beautiful and we can’t say it looks bad on her, but the design sure isn’t fresh.

Constance Wu in Oscar de la Renta

Pretty, but dull.




Elisabeth Moss in Monique Lhuillier

Also not looking all that fresh. That waist sash makes no damn sense.

Emily Osment in Rachel Gilbert

Butterick pattern.




Gayle Rankin in Sandra Mansour

We’re enjoying the whimsy and the clutch is pretty fun, but that sure looks like a holiday gown to us. How could it not?

Holly Taylor in Gustavo Cadile

If you’re going  to wear a plain black dress, it needs to be impeccable, with chic-af styling and at least one interesting design element. She looks very pretty, but the look itself is fairly forgettable.



Jane Fonda in Valentino

Amber Heard must be pissed she didn’t get to this in time for the Aquaman poledance. It’s a bold and interesting design, but we think the cuffs need to be edited out.

Julia Garner in Zac Posen

We know we keep saying “not fresh” as a critique, but this fairly retro-looking design and color actually does look fresh because neither aspect is overdone in fashion right now. It suits her well and takes a great picture.

Laura Harrier in Loewe

Lorenzo loves this look. Tom thinks it’s a matter of the wearer being fabulous rather than the dress. We’re not speaking over the matter.

Laverne Cox in Zac Posen

Pretty, if a little too “Grande Dame” for us.



Lucy Boynton in Erdem

This is so hideous that we’ve come around the other side and kind of love it. Keep being weird, girl. It’s better than chic.




Margot Robbie in Chanel

Pretty, but surprisingly low-key.



Megan Mullaly in Alexander McQueen

PERSONAL BEST. She looks amazing and that gown is a stunner.



Michelle Yeoh in Elie Saab




Patricia Clarkson in Zuhair Murad Couture

We respect it for being a little different and unexpected, but ultimately, we think the design’s a bit tacky.




Rachel Brosnahan in Dior

If all we can see are your shoes and your earrings, you picked yourself a dull-ass dress, girl.




Rachel Weisz in Givenchy

Goodness, no. What an overdesigned oddity of a gown.



Robin Wright in Oscar de la Renta

Can’t argue with any of this.




Susan Kelechi Watson in Christian Siriano

She looks great and she’s working that hard-to-work yellow, but we wish she’d picked a pendant to wear, gorgeous as the other jewelry is.




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