Happy PRIDE, darlings! To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, let’s all engage in one of the oldest and richest of gay traditions: judging people for how they’re dressed!
Aw, we’re teasing. We’ve long maintained that most good drag doesn’t translate to the red carpet in a way that allows bitches like us to critique it. It’s almost always stagewear or at the very least, a look designed to be eye-popping rather than chic.
Violet’s a literal fashion queen, so her look naturally comes the closest to more or less typical (if you can call this look that) style. It’s bold and loud; weird and a little campy. She’s doing red carpet drag exactly right. Love the shades.
LUV HUH. She looks like a powder room in a ladies boutique circa 1968. That is totally a compliment.
Carson is Carson. He knows his brand and he knows how to dress up just enough to be photogenic and on point without overdoing things.
Love this, head to toe. But it’s pure drag. It looks a thousand times better and more appropriate on stage. Not that it looks bad here; just not quite in its best setting.
Bob The Drag Queen
It’s cute and more or less photogenic, but that fit is a little off. At the very least, we think the pants need an inch off the hem.
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