A little bit of late-summer surplus celebrity style coming your way, darlings! We are thankful for these blessings during a time of drought. We will not, however, be going easy on any of them. Sharpen your claws and put on your judgin’ pants. We’ve got some outfits to assess.
Angela Sarafyan in Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini
We want to like it. She’s gorgeous and the style is extremely well-suited to her. But we keep staring at that sleeve and the longer we look at it, the less we like it.
We LOVE this color combination and we’re impressed he continued it all the way down to the shoes. Just a quietly great look.
Heidi Klum in Dolce & Gabbana
Pure clown clothes. We remain STUNNED by the hold this problematic, goofy af brand has over the celebrity world. Credit where it’s due: Heidi has an ability to make fashion look playful and fun and she’s almost pulling this off. The hair/earring combination is pure camp.
Heidi Klum in Haney
But your girl knows how to switch things up and she also knows where her style sweet spot will always be situated: in pure Barbie wear.
Julie Bowen in Monique Lhuillier
We got a glimpse of this look the other day when we featured Minnie Driver in the guest chair while Julie quest-hosted Jimmy Kimmel Live. We don’t blame her for not quite getting this since it goes against everything she understands about public style as an actress, but as much as we like this dress, we think it’s way too focus-pulling for a talk show host to be wearing. There’s a reason Ellen and Oprah tend to wear soothing solids in simple styles, just as most male talk show hosts tend to do.
Meng’er Zhang in Loewe
This is ridiculously fabulous. Maybe not the most practical design in the world, but just outrageously dramatic.
Mindy Kaling in Fe Noel (Top) and Jacquemus (Trousers)
Well, she clearly loves it and that’s what matters.
Nico Parker in Versace
She came out to support Mama Thandiwe, but she clearly also came to serve a lewk. We love this, right down to the matching tights and shoes. Those of you at home thing of trying this are advised that youth and incredible hair go a long way toward making it work. Just an absolutely adorable look, head to toe.
As we said with Julie Bowen, we think talk show hosts shouldn’t be wearing outfits that take the focus off their guests, but we can’t blame Sarah Silverman for not really seeing it that way. It’s a cute look otherwise, if a little dated.
Tiffany Haddish in Hervé Léger
You are WERQing that shit to perfection.
Tracee Ellis Ross in Raf Simons
We’re not in love with the outfit, but the hair and the hoops sure do a lot of work to make it look good.
Tracee Ellis Ross in Nina Ricci
This one’s pretty great. It’s a little snug, but the styling’s fabulous.
[Photo Credit: Kevin Michael Ericson/Instagram//@kevinmichaelericson, Mindy Kaling/Instagram/@mindykaling, Tiffany Haddish/Instagram/@tiffanyhaddish, Tracee Ellis Ross/Instagram/@traceeellisross, @Randy Holmes/ABC, Trae Patton/NBC, Elizabeth Morris/NBC, Eric Charbonneau for Warner Bros. Pictures, Robert Smith/INSTARimages.com]
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