Get in formation, ladies. We’ve been subjecting our poor kittens to an endless barrage of sausagefashion all day, so let’s cap things off with some righteous women-centered fashion, shall we?
Don’t worry, we’re still judging them all.
Camila Cabello in Ralph & Russo Couture
We still hate mini-dresses with massive trains, but we can’t blame a gal for working a trend that suits her. We can almost get behind this one, but that train is just way massive. When your train is twice the length of your dress, there’s a proportion issue. To be fair, it’s almost balanced out by the poofy shoulder.
Aja Naomi King in Ashi Studio
Let’s say this out loud: “A strapless beaded lace jumpsuit with a giant bow at the waist.” All things considered – like actually hearing that horrifying description out loud – this is working better than it has a right to.
Andie MacDowell in Azzaro
Hard to argue with any of that. We’d normally tell a woman working the exact same cut and color she sported for the last thirty years that it was time for a refresh, but honestly, could you imagine her in an ash-blonde bob or something? We can’t.
Helen Mirren in The Row
Bathe in the pure perfection of Queen Helen of the island nation of Fuckinfantastica. We might quibble with a few of the minor details, but she’s an absolute vision so we’re keeping our mouths shut.
Amber Heard in Ralph & Russo
Damn. That may be one of the sharpest looks we’ve ever seen her wear. She looks great.
Viola Davis in Alberta Ferretti Limited Edition
We think a slightly tapered pant was called for here, but aside from that, we have no quibbles. It’s a fab take on the ladytux.
[Photo Credit: John Nacion/startraksphoto.com, Getty Images for L’Oreal]