Camila Cabello, Aja Naomi King, Andie MacDowell, Helen Mirren, Amber Heard, and Viola Davis at the Women of Worth Awards

Posted on December 05, 2019

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]

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