It’s true, darlings! Once again, we had just enough undiscussed celebrity fashion at the end of the week to compile a leftovers post! Nature truly is healing. We thank all of these stars for providing us these fashion blessings. We will now begin the assessments. Put your judging pants on, kittens.
Abigail Spencer in Alessandra Rich
We keep trying to find a way to dislike this look because a lot of its components don’t really appeal to us, nor does the overall style. But dammit, she’s making it all work for her. We’re glad she’s not wearing the hat. The dress is cute than we wanted to admit but we still don’t like the tulip hem.
Emma Roberts in The Vampire’s Wife (on The Kelly Clarkson Show)
She’s really leaned into the frilly romantic looks for the belly-cupping stage, but we can’t deny they really work for her. Those shoes look a weensy bit geriatric, howevs.
Gabrielle Union in Etro
LOVE it. Get your Funky Cowgirl on, girl.
Gillian Jacobs in Bella Freud
Really cute take on a classic look. No wheel has been reinvented here, but she looks great.
Gillian Jacobs in Valentino
On the one hand, we commend her for showing how much she can switch up her look. On the other hand, we liked the suit much more. The dress is cute, but we don’t love the boots.
Hailee Steinfeld in Dolce & Gabbana
Miss Hailee has announced that attention must be paid. It’s a pretty strong look for a time when most celebs are keeping things soft and relatable. We don’t love it (especially because it’s D&G), but we can understand an ingenue opting for a little attention-seeking.
Michelle Monaghan in Erdem
The color ans style look spectacular on her, but we can’t help thinking the black sash is too high-contrast for the dress.
Michelle Monaghan in Miu Miu
Another great look for her. She does great with really old-school feminine sorts of styles, it seems.
Sofia Carson in Gucci (on The Kelly Clarkson Show)
Oof. Honey, no. If Carol Brady couldn’t make that silhouette work, you shouldn’t be expected to try it.
[Photo Credit: Instagram, NBC]