Friday Leftovers for the Week of June 12th, 2022

Posted on June 17, 2022

Darlings, all of these stars failed to rate a spotlight post this week because of their failure at being dazzling. As a consolation prize to them, we’re going to briefly assess their style shortcomings. Join us, won’t you?



Austin Butler

Low-key, old-school sexy in the vaguely Elvis-esque mode. He knows what he’s doing.




Bryce Dallas Howard

For once, we have no criticisms. Her love of volume and big pieces finally paid off for her.




Charlize Theron

Apparently the hair is for a role and she’s shooting the sequel to The Old Guard, so we won’t ding it. We tend to think those shaggy mullets had their moment a couple years back during lockdown, but whatever. The ensemble’s plain, but cute.




Edgar Ramirez

Those are some awfully balloony shorts and we’re not super-big fans of these matchy print short outfits for men, but he’s pulling this off as well as it can be pulled off, we think.



Emma Thompson

Her preference for goofy casualness occasionally pays off. This looks good, although we don’t like that shade of yellow for her.




Hannah Einbinder in Ralph Lauren





Jeff Goldblum

He’s back to his old style after experimenting with some rather baggy Prada looks. It’s not fresh, but it’s so very him. Only he could pull off that many gold metallics at once.




Joey King in Christian Siriano

That’s kind of hot.




Julia Fox

She’s a very silly person and we’ll say no more about it.




Lil Nas X

We love it for no other reason than we never would have expected it.




Mamoudou Athie

Casual and cute.




Olivia DeJonge

Gorgeous – and also very Elvis-appropriate.




Regina King

We don’t entirely love the color story, but the styling really pulls the whole look together. Love the sandals and the hoops.




Sigourney Weaver

Can’t argue with that.




[Photo Credit: Dave Allocca/StarPix, Roger Kisby/Getty Images For CTAOP, Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for CTAOP, JOHN NACION/, Maurizio D’Avanzo/IPA/, Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for 20th Century Studios, Maurizio D’Avanzo/IPA/]

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