Darlings, because of the FAT red carpet pickins this week, our leftovers group is surprisingly well turned out! Only a handful of disasters! Come judge with us.
Lady, why do you keep doing this to yourself?
Angelica Ross in Nedo
Fabulous and fierce.
Maybe a little basic but we can’t really argue with it. Besides, she’s got a really bad red carpet record. This is a step up.
It’s okay. The lining situation is kind of unfortunate.
Danai Gurira in Christopher Kane
Oof. That is just way too much dress for anyone to handle. It’s just automatically overwhelming – and she is not someone who gets overwhelmed by fashion.
It’s not going to win any design awards or top any best-dressed lists, but sometimes a classic is so perfect there’s nothing much to say about it.
Gwen Stefani in Elie Saab Couture
We’re really hating this trend of mini-dresses with trains and we can’t believe the folded-napkin dress is coming back in style but for some reason, we like this on her. Maybe because it’s outside her usual style.
Tastefully on point.
She’s clearly having fun with it all but we’re not sure about the gloves.
Laverne Cox in Zac Posen
This, on the other hand, is surprisingly gorgeous. She’s working that color beautifully.
We literally yelled “NO!” in unison when we saw this. Acid yellow lace should be an automatic dealbreaker.
Girl, that does not look like your style.
Nicole Kidman in Alexandre Vauthier Couture
She never goes wrong when she gets her witchy look on.
We realize Mrs. Maisel sports some of the most eye-popping costumes on television and it’s probably not fair to compare them to her red carpet style but her choices lately feel almost aggressively bland.
Minimum effort. It’s fine. He was there to support his bud Joaquin.
Rita Ora in Prada
We’re all for some over-the-top cray and we think we might have given her some leeway here but (and we realize this might sound nuts given everything else going on here) we can’t get past the white/off-white color story, which never looks right to us.
Zoe Kravitz in Saint Laurent
For dress made of no more than a yard or so of fabric, it sure does manage to be incredibly complicated.
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