A couple of wild-ass prints and a could of LBDs with twists. That’s all you’re gonna get on the Veep red carpet, darlings.
Anna Chlumsky in Whistles
That is a whole hell of a lot. This is purely a personal taste thing but, much as we love a wild colorful print, we aren’t loving the color story here, which comes off a little harsh. And the sleeves certainly didn’t need that ruffle. We appreciate the boldness of the choice, but we just don’t love this dress.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Marc Jacobs
It’s hard to get a silhouette like this one wrong. It’s nice, but the black-and-navy color scheme is a bit dreary.
Lena Dunham in Tory Burch
Honestly, what is even going on here?
That print is hideous, but it’s made much worse by the fact that she decided to leave the lower half of the blouse unbuttoned. You got yourself a pedi, picked out a cute purse and opted for mega earrings, but you’re walking around like you don’t give a shit about your outfit? We don’t buy it. We never did.
Zosia Mamet in Christopher Kane
The dress is a bit snug on her and perhaps a bit too plain for a red carpet, but it’s got that one visually interesting feature to it and it has an overall vibe of modernity to it that really works for her. She ruined it with the shoe choice, though.
Anna Chlumsky: Whistles Dress from the Spring 2019 Collection | David Yurman Jewelry | Tabitha Simmons Shoes
Styled by Cat Pope | Hair by Christopher Naselli | Makeup by Tamah Krinsky
Julia Louis-Dreyfus: Marc Jacobs Dress from the Fall 2019 Collection | Nam Cho Jewelry | Gabriela Hearst Bag | Manolo Blahnik Shoes
Styled by Cristina Erlich | Hair by Matthew Monzon | Makeup by Karen Kawahara
Lena Dunham: Tory Burch Printed Ensemble from the Fall 2019 Collection | Jennifer Fisher Jewelry | Edie Parker Bag
Styled by Chris Horan
Zosia Mamet: Christopher Kane Dress from the Spring 2019 Collection
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, Courtesy of Whistles, vogue.com]