Kittens, awards season is in full swing and these ladies have the dresses to prove it!
Awkwafina in J. Mendel
Cant say we love the color for her, but the style suits her perfectly and we like how this has some weirdly eye-catching embellishments.
Beanie Feldstein in Mary Katrantzou
It’s cute enough, but it sure doesn’t feel like a December-in-New York dress.
Chloë Sevigny in Givenchy
LOVE this! She’s like a night-time soap diva, if people did night-time soaps about the Amish.
Constance Wu in Zuhair Murad
Can’t really argue with any of that.
Elisabeth Moss in Dundas
We’re surprised by how much we love this. Once you get past the enormously wide and deep neckline, it’s a pleasant surprise to see how well she takes to this sort of 1940s-inspired style.
Kaitlyn Dever in Chanel
It’s okay. Kind of a terrible print for picture-taking, though. And the neckline’s a little goofy.
Keke Palmer in Khyeli
We’re not big on trains unless they’re attached to a drag queen. We’re even less inclined to support them when they look like furry tails. It’s a no from us.
Laura Dern in Fendi
She looks like a bed in a five-star hotel suite. To be fair, we kinda dig the skirt,but we don’t like the top at all and we question whether the colors work for her. But hey, it’s not dull.
This, on the other hand, is dull.
Natasha Lyonne in The Vampire’s Wife
Adore this for her. It’s dramatic and dark and it suits her perfectly because despite the shape and style, it comes off no-nonsense somehow.
Olivia Wilde in Miu Miu
We don’t care what anyone else says, that’s a bridal gown.
Sam Rockwell in Berluti
As paint-splattered suits go, this isn’t a bad one. Yes, that’s faint praise.
Vera Farmiga in Ryan Roche
She’s way too young for this. Jane Fonda would like it back, please.
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