Kittens, the stars came out to party with the horsey set and as per the uzh, some of them got the style right while the rest swerved all over the place.
Aja Naomi King in Kimberly Robinson
Certainly can’t argue with any of this.
Busy Philipps in The Vampire’s Wife
This is the first time we’ve seen someone really try and interpret The Vampire’s Wife with some strong styling. It doesn’t quite work, mostly because of the shoes and socks, but it’s an admirable attempt and she’s very well suited for it
Christina Hendricks in Reformation
Can’t really argue with this either. People, this isn’t going to work if you show up looking nice. Give us something to work with here.
Garcelle Beauvais in Jovani
Miss G, we love you, but you can’t have that top and those pants at the same time.
This is exactly how he’s looked at every red carpet event for the last five years. The only things that change are the colors.
Kaley Cuoco in Missoni
Kind of cute, but it doesn’t really feel like something you’d wear to a polo match.
Karen Gillan in Zimmermann
This was a very “hats and bags” crowd for some reason this year. This look is kind of cute but again, it doesn’t really feel like a polo match sort of look.
Kirsten Dunst in Vika Gazinskaya
Pretty, understated, and on-point, but the shies don’t really go with the dress.
Lake Bell in Rosetta Getty
Kudos to her for going in a different direction that works for her, but those shoes are too much for this setting.
Lea Michele in Amur
Trust this one to come WAY over-dressed. She looks like a bridesmaid in a fancy wedding party.
Mandy Moore in Lela Rose
It’s alright, but yellow and beige are a tough combination.
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