Darlings, the red carpet pickings were mighty slim this week, which means you really need to brace yourself for the parade of underwhelmingness about to hit you. If you couldn’t rate a mention on a week when ol’ T Lo were HUNGRY for some red carpet lewks to dissect, you must have done a pretty bad or boring job of it. And on that note …
Amber Heard in Cloe Cassandro
It looks like she ran through an Anthropologie store, grabbing whatever she could along the way. We picture her breaking a lot of teacups putting this look together.
Cute little summer frock for an up-and-comer.
Catherine Zeta-Jones in Christian Siriano
Oh, honey. You had us on the dress and then you lost us on the shoes.
SHEER ILLUSION BELL BOTTOMS TRIMMED IN MARABOU FEATHERS AND PAIRED WITH AN OFF-THE SHOULDER TOP AT EIGHTY-SIX YEARS OF AGE, BITCHES!!!!!
Sorry for yelling, but it needs to be proclaimed from mountaintops. Bow down.
Julianne Moore in Chloé
The dress wouldn’t normally be all that exciting, but it’s great to see her in something boldly colorful and easy to wear.
Once again, you had us until the shoes. And the bag. We think the dress is just okay, but any bold, colorful print on a red carpet gets at least a little love from us. We just don’t think heavy black accessories make any kind of sense with it.
Kind of sharp and low-key memorable; just right for the setting.
Madelaine Petsch in Balmain
This, on the other hand, strikes us as a bit much for Comic-Con, even if she is perfectly suited to it.
She manages to make the draped jacket look badass somehow.
Noomi Rapace in Chanel
Girl, we love your crazy and unexpected red carpet ways, but coming out like a 70-year-old Lana Turner would not have been our recommendation.
Love her, but there’s not a lot of effort going on here.
Vanessa Kirby in Ralph & Russo
It’s a sharp look but we always think she could use more color in her style choices.
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