Kittens, let’s show all these mediocre celebrity style offerings exactly what we think of them, shall we?
Nothing fits correctly and the competing blacks are enraging. Another example of someone on the lowest difficulty setting who never gets it right. WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU, KEN DOLL?
Sir, we’ve seen you do much better than this.
There was a time long ago where we gave her fit issues some leeway but it’s time to just acknowledge that it’s a choice. The dress is okay, but the white pumps are bleh.
That’s not the kind of scarf you can wear with a suit and that’s not the way to wear it.
It’s all good, but we question brown shoes with a black shirt.
Dua Lipa in Armani Privé
She’s a pop star. It’s a sci-fi movie. Go for it, we say.
Emilie De Ravin in Monique Lhuillier
Pretty, but we’ve seen it many times.
Divorced guy on his first date in over a decade.
It mostly works, but we don’t love the irregular hem and the shoes look really dated.
Kate Bosworth in Jason Wu
Can’t really argue with any of this.
Laura Dern in Dries Van Noten
We like the idea, but the proportions don’t work. A slightly higher skirt, a slightly slimmer band of orange, and much less pointy pumps, please.
Don’t rest on that last name son.
At least Other Hemsworth knew enough to pick a fun color. Too bad nothing fits.
Mary J. Blige
We love you diva, but the proportions here are frightening.
Kind of fun in a Star Trek kind of way.
We’ve never really loved the idea of throwing any old tux jacket over a gown and calling it good. And we think that print is kind of ugly.
Lady, even these two queens know a nightgown when we see one.
We also know pajamas when we see them. These are kind of fun, though.
Tina Fey in Andrew Gn
Cute and sassy! More, please.
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