Friday Leftovers for the Week of January 16th, 2019

Posted on February 21, 2020

Kittens, at this, the close of one of the saddest red carpet weeks of the year, we STILL managed to compile a list of mediocrities. You’ve gotta be doing a pretty bad job of things if you can’t get a little spotlight time in a week when the spotlight is wide open. Prepare yourself, darlings! You’re about to be totally underwhelmed!



America Ferrera

Competing blacks, competing textiles, blandness all around.



Brooke Shields

Brooke, what the fuck are those things on your feet?



Chris Pratt

He looks like his teacher handed him that jacket because it’s school picture day.




Elisabeth Moss in Dior


We’re actually saying the word “Yawn” out loud because we’re too bored to actually yawn.





Eternal free pass.




Issa Rae

Boutique hotel manager.




Jaimie Alexander in Rhode

Nana dress.




Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Emilia Wickstead

She hates her bag and her shoes.




Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick (in Brock Collection)

He continues to dress like he’s half his age and she continues to dress so blandly that we can’t even bother to




Margaret Qualley (in Chanel) and Sigourney Weaver

The headmistress and newest teacher at the haunted boarding school.

Is Margaret floating 6 inches off the ground?




Margaret Qualley (in Chanel) and Sigourney Weaver (in Vintage Alexander McQueen)

They’re fine. Sigourney’s keeping it classic and we’d say that style of dress is perfect for Margaret, but her shoe choice looks highly questionable.



Tom Holland in Saint Laurent

No complaints. Or observations. Or really any further thoughts of any kind.



Vanessa Hudgens in Cushnie

It’s a basic look that comes off really cute on her. No complaints.




Zooey Deschanel in Vintage Scaasi

She’s well-suited to ’80s styles, but we feel like her own style needs a serious refreshing. Also, the shoes look cheap.






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