A colorful array of looks that range from blandly dull to … actually kind of fabulous, to our surprise. This week’s leftovers platter is a cornucopia of fashion, darlings! Come judge with us, won’t you?
Abigail Breslin in Jill Stuart
It’s fine. Good shape, nice fit, color looks great on her.
Dude, work on your pose game. This is cute, but we don’t think the kicks work with it. They should’ve been red.
Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton
Surprisingly tasteful, but the shoes don’t feel right.
Angela Bassett in Greta Constantine
Sort of ends disappointingly as you scroll down. It would’ve been so much better a gown.
Caitriona Balfe in Armani Privé
Hmm. The skirt looks like bedroom curtains for a 4-year-old girl.
Christina Hendricks in Dolce&Gabbana
LOVE the dress, but the shoes are terrible.
Love it. Simple but stylish, in a color that looks amazing on her.
What is love? Baby, don’t hurt us.
You keep dressing that way, Ed, and we’re gonna keep quoting that song.
Edgar Ramirez and Penelope Cruz (in Chanel)
He always wears his suits way too tight. She’s making that dress work for her, but that textile looks like wallpaper.
The dress would be kind of plain without the belt, even though it feels a bit too heavy. The boots are definitely too heavy for such a floaty, sleeveless dress.
Jennifer Connelly in Louis Vuitton
The outfit is so ridiculous that we almost convinced ourselves to accept it, but those boots, fabulous as they are, look terrible with it.
Keira Knightley in Simone Rocha
We feel like, at this point in her career, she’s like “Fine. Put me in wedding dresses from here on out.”
Adorable, but we don’t think the white kicks coordinate well with a black tee, believe it or not. A white or off-white tee would’ve been better, so long as it doesn’t look like an undershirt.
Rachel Brosnahan in The Vampire’s Wife
Girlfriend is wearing what looks like a wide-wale corduroy prairie dress with a pair of witchboots – and more or less making it work for her. We wouldn’t recommend any of this, but it’s not terrible on her.
We’re excited at the prospect of him playing Batman; less excited by years of plain black suiting from him as he ramps up to the promotion. Don’t go cliche, Robert. Wear pinks and neons.
He looks like he preaches in the kind of church you find in a strip mall.
Fab. Girlfriend’s working those shapes.
Ricky, we love you forever, but everything here is way too tight on you.
Zendaya in Tommy Hilfiger
Low-key elegance, which is kind of a surprising turn from her.
Zoey Deutch in Dior Couture
It’s such an unusual design that we find it appealing just on its slightly unique style. The color’s terrible, though.
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