We gave Kim Kardashian, Tom Hiddleston, and Halle Berry the spotlight post treatment, but it’s time to round up the rest of the attendees at the People’s Choice Awards (the more interesting and/or famous ones, that is) and submit them to a rigorous round of public judgment. Put your judgin’ pants on, girls. Let’s get to work.
Cardi B in Sol by Irena Soprano
The color looks great and the style is right in her wheelhouse. We think it sits too low, but we doubt she thinks that. The pedi is a little too focus-pulling.
Christina Aguilera in Zigman
For some people, 2003 never ended.
Dwayne Johnson in Dolce & Gabbana
It’s Hot Dad Style and while we can’t say it doesn’t work for him, the shirt clashes with the pants, which are too matchy to the shoes. It’s all weirdly unbalanced from a color perspective.
Garcelle Beauvais in Carolina Herrera
The necklace is amazing, the boots are fabulous, the gloves are a cute touch, and we love the pink-and-silver color combo at this time of year. We just wish the dress didn’t look like a short-sleeved rain coat.
Ginnifer Goodwin in Huishan Zhang
We don’t know if this will make any sense, but that dress is trying way too hard to be fun.
Gottmik in Roberto Cavalli
It’s definitely a serve, but we can’t say we love the shape of the skirt.
H.E.R. in Carolina Herrera
Perfection. We wish we could see her shoes.
JoJo Siwa in Jenny Packham
It’s nice to see her get away from the juvenile styles that passed “creepy” for us some time back. The dress is pretty, but we don’t think the hair looks right with it.
Leslie Jones in Christian Siriano
We think we like the idea of this outfit more than the reality of it. The dress and hair color combo works great, but we don’t think white sandals do much for the look and the clutch, while very cute, doesn’t really go at all.
Lili Reinhart in Valentino
It’s a classic look and maybe even not the freshest take, but we can’t say it doesn’t work for her. Don’t love the sandals, though.
Mindy Kaling in Pamella Roland
It’s just okay. Black isn’t the best use of her red carpet time and it feels like the bodice and the skirt haven’t met before.
Sarah Hyland in Vera Wang
Man, we hate to sound like a broken record, but she had us until we got to the shoes. Matchy was not the way to go here. Gold was the way to go.
A little dull, but impeccably cute.
Sydney Sweeney in Saint Laurent
We hate bows on dresses and wind up having to restate that a dozen times every December when they roar back up the trend charts, but this is a chic and sexy take that looks fantastic on her.
Tracee Ellis Ross in Balenciaga
Fantastic jewelry. Sad outfit.
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