The stars and nominees came out to celebrate the Emmys nominees (i.e., themselves, mostly) at the SAG-AFTRA Nominees’ Night. Let’s get judgy about it!
Abbi Jacobson and Jodi Balfour
We don’t think the Wednesday Addams cosplay is the right look for Abbi. Jodi is serving classic ’90s Power Lesbian realness and we can’t say it isn’t working for her.
Andrew Garfield in Ralph Lauren
He makes everything he wears look great.
Christina Ricci in Marc Jacobs
And speaking of Wednesday Addams, here she is, delivering a not exactly surprisingly good Morticia. Lace looks a little cheap, though.
This is really cute. We’re not sure that color’s for everyone, but it looks great on him. Love the loafers.
The problem with a tight sparkly dress is that it always winds up looking tighter than it is. Not that she looks bad here, but between the frock and the awful shoes, this all comes off a little painful.
Hannah Einbinder in Bode
LOVE this for her. Seventies Hollywood Producer is amazingly good on her.
Kaitlyn Dever in Magda Butrym
We think we’d like this a lot more – cutouts and all – if it were in a bold color like red or purple.
We’d love a good caftan for her, but this textile does not photograph well.
Quinta Brunson in Peggy Hartanto
It’s an interesting dress, but the addition of the gloves make it look a little gimmicky.
Rachel Zegler in Alessandra Rich
A cute, tiny frock, fit for an ingenue. Can’t see anything wrong with that.
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