2010 SAG Awards
First impression: good for her. Second: not formal enough for the event. We say “good for her” because it takes a certain amount of bravery to attempt a look as edgy as this in a sea of prom gowns. But it’s more of a party dress than an awards show dress.
A step in the right direction. She still needs to be directed away from the shiny and the voluminous skirts, but this neckline works much better on her than the last dress and the color flatters her.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Dolce & Gabbana
It’s a lot of dress, but that’s her thing. JLD has been turning it out on red carpets for 2 decades now and she doesn’t disappoint. She knows how to wear a dress like this. Love these earrings too but we don’t love the severe hair even though we know that’s also her thing.
People were divided over this on our Facebook page but we have to say, we love it. Remember, Meryl, for all her talent and fabulosity, has a TERRIBLE red carpet track record. This is something that looks colorful, fun, comfortable and flattering. Look at her face in that last pic! She looks amazing! Who cares if the print’s a little much?
Penelope Cruz in L’Wren Scott Spring 2010
Drew? Why do you look like the biggest ho in the trailer park from the neck up? What is with that slept-on hair? What is with the nude lipstick? What is with taking a dramatic and unique dress and turning it into a stiff lampshade?
It would have been nice if, after all the free advice we gave her in the last couple of weeks – advice which she CLEARLY FOLLOWED – she could have held up a little sign or something that said “Thanks, T Lo! How do you bitches like me now?”
Sandy, you made us proud. Stick to floor-length sheaths like this. You know why? Because if you’ve got the body to pull one off, the only other skill you need is good posture. And that’s about the only red carpet skill you have.