BET Awards 2019 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on June 24, 2019

Kittens, we gave the much-deserved spotlight to a few of the attendees, but now it’s time to put this red carpet to bed, good and judged.



Blac Chyna in Bryan Hearns

Looks like it’s time to change her name to Blac Patsy Stone.





Ciara in Jean Paul Gaultier

How does she find so many mini-dresses with trains? You’d think she’d worn them all by now but she keeps uncovering new ones.



John Legend

Great shirt and suit, but those shoes absolutely do not go – with ANYTHING.




Karrueche Tran

She’s pulling off a nearly impossible color, and the style/silhouette look great on her. But the sleeves are dumb.




Lena Waithe

She’s doing her – and she looks perfectly fine doing it.




Lil Kim

We don’t mind the design, but it looks very Project Runway in execution.




Marsai Martin in Romona Keveža

Pretty, but a little on the mature side for her.




Mary J. Blige in Alberta Ferretti

Goddess in a goddess gown. Can’t get more on-point than that.





The harness situations are a little questionable, but they look amazing as a group. The colors are fabulous and each look is slightly distinct enough that it doesn’t come off like a costume or a uniform. And they take a great picture.




Miles Brown in Gucci X Dapper Dan

Cute. His kicks look like pillows on his feet.




Nafessa Williams

The head wrap is what makes this look. Otherwise, it would be a bit generic.




Regina Hall in Cong Tri

It’s okay. There’s a trend for more extreme silhouettes; especially in the sleeves and shoulders. We can’t say she’s not hitting the mark trend-wise, but we just don’t love the proportions or the satiny textile.




Taraji P. Henson in Balmain

And continuing on that theme, we’re not feeling the proportions here either. The super-high neckline, bishops sleeves, high slit and mid-calf hem length combine a bit awkwardly to our eyes. We suspect this might work better without such big hair.


[Photo Credit: Instarimages]

Please review our Community Guidelines before posting a comment. Thank you!

blog comments powered by Disqus