The Ladies of Litchfield came out for one final victory lap and bow. We, being the long-time fans of the show we are (even if we pretty much abandoned it last season) are so excited to see how they wrap this up that we’re going to try and be extra nice in our judgments regarding their outfits.
Adrienne C. Moore in Christian Siriano
The dress looks great. The white accessories do not. Black would be a cliche so we’d have told her to glam things up and go for the metallic golds. If you’re gonna do leopard print, you may as well lean all the way in.
Pretty much born to wear these lanky, sexy Studio 54 styles. She looks fantastic. The clutch is an odd choice.
Danielle Brooks in Christian Siriano
THAT is how you do a pregnancy announcement.
Diane Guerrero in Christian Siriano
Cute print, great silhouette for her, but the hem length is meh and the bust sits too low.
Trashy ’80s Hot-Chic. That suit just woke up from a coke bender and is ready to continue the party. That is not a criticism. She looks great in this.
Laura Prepon in Ralph Lauren
We are awash in blandness.
Laverne Cox in Christian Siriano
SERVE IT LAVERNE
Natasha Lyonne in Gucci
Honestly, looking back at it, how could we not see that she would turn out to be the most stylish member of the cast? We’re not a hundred percent on the footwear choice, but this all looks fantastic on her.
Selenis Leyva in CD Greene
Elegant with a touch of glam. It’s not exciting, but it suits her well.
Taylor Schilling in Monse
Call us crazy, but we love it. We don’t normally go for extremely askew styles like this, but somehow, she seems perfect for them. And the color really looks fantastic on her.
Uzo Aduba in SemSem
It’s got a bit of a choir soloist vibe to it, which doesn’t actually sound like a bad idea for her. The pleated parts all look great, but we’re not in love with the design of the bodice. Fortunately, charisma and spectacular hair make up for a lot here. She is mostly making this work.
She always looks unrecognizable out of character. We wanted to like this dress, mainly because it’s not shy or lacking in personality. But the more we look at it, the more we dislike the proportions (waist to shoulder), the mismatch of prints or even the fit.
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