Friday Leftovers for the Week of November 15th 2020

Posted on November 20, 2020


Once again, the world of celebrity has blessed us with a bounty of looks this week. We can hardly believe it ourselves, kittens. We apologize to the stars below for not giving them more time in the spotlight of judgment. We hope we can make it up to you all by giving the bare minimum of attention to you. It’s the least we can do. Kittens, put your judgin’ pants on.



Cardi B

This is kind of low key for Miss Cardi, in the sense that matching your neon highlights to your car’s custom paint job can be considered low key.




Dua Lipa in Valentino Couture

LOVE. Perfect – if rather high-end – stagewear. She’s our Christmas Disco Angel.




Gabrielle Union in Sammy B

Super-cute, for those moments when you find yourself posing on a giant chess set.


Gabrielle Union in Jonathan Simkhai

Strangely, Miss Gabrielle, who’s been serving up fun, photogenic looks on the ‘gram throughout the year, chose this rather dark and dreary look for a promotional event. It could be a little low-key chic, but right now it’s coming off more Amish.




Gillian Jacobs in Alessandra Rich

Serving up a little sexy Nancy Reagan cosplay. That sounded meaner than we meant it to. She actually looks really cute.




Kelly Clarkson in Balmain

Girl, that’s not your clown suit.



Ryan Phillippe

Pretty dull, but we suppose if you stop aging at 25, you get to wear whatever you want.




Viola Davis in Jonathan Simkhai

Fabulously flawless. She’s at her best in these simple, bold styles.



Yalitza Aparicio in Jonathan Cohen

It’s a little too skater costume and that’s entirely too much toe cleavage.




Yalitza Aparicio in Vitor Zerbinato

This, on the other hand, is spectacular, head to toe. That midnight blue look amazing on her.








[Photo Credit: Gabrielle Union-Wade/Instagram, Erica Cloud/Instagram, Elizabeth Stewart/Instagram, Michael Simon/, Sophie Lopez/Instagram, Cardi B/Instagram, Matt Crossick/PA Images/, NBC]

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