2011 Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet P3
Lea Michele in Oscar de la Renta
We heard some criticisms of this dress, and while it’s a bit expected and there’s a bit too much skirt, we don’t think she looks bad at all. That’s a tough color, though.
Amy Adams in Marchesa
Again: not loving the train/puddle of fabric. She always dresses so mature. This is about as good as it gets with her, in terms of wearing something interesting. We do like the bodice quite a bit. Don’t love the hair.
Carrie Underwood in Badgley Mischka
It’s pretty, but she always looks EXACTLY the same on the red carpet. And honey, whoever told you you could pair a metallic baguette with a sequined dress should be set on FIRE.
Christina Aguilera in Zuhair Murad
A cry for help if ever we saw one. She is determined to work a look that’s part Peggy Lee, part Ginger Rogers and part Mae West — when they were in their SEVENTIES. If she wanted to work a 1940 Ginger Rogers, that’s one thing. But it’s just sad when a 30 year old looks like she’s desperately trying to hang on to her glory days – back during World War II.
Julie Bowen in Tadashi Shoji Spring 2011
It’s pretty and we like the textural qualities, but the color doesn’t suit her.
Edie Falco in Valentino
Way too standard.
Gabourey Sidibe in Marc Bouwer
It’s an exuberantly pretty print and we like that she chooses clothes that aren’t designed to camouflage her. We don’t exactly love the sleeves, but we can understand if she didn’t want to go sleeveless, although she has before.
Jane Fonda in Georges Hobeika Fall 2010
THAT is how you do sexy in your seventies. She looks amazing. Last night, she tweeted: “Heading for Golden Globes feeling smashing in a Georges Hobeika modern deco dress so tight I can hardly sit!” It wasn’t the sitting that was the problem; it was the nip slip on live TV.
Jane Lynch in Ali Rahimi
We liked this more on TV, mainly because we couldn’t see the skirt. From the waist up, we like. The skirt needs some editing.
Jenna Ushkowitz in Rebecca Taylor
This does nothing for her. Not crazy about the color.
Jennifer Lopez in Zuhair Murad Spring 2011
Lorenzo hates this, but Tom thinks J Lo knows her image and knows what to give the public. He thinks it’s the perfect diva dress.
Lorenzo still hates it.
Julia Stiles in Romona Keveza
Way too goth bridal.
Julianne Moore in Lanvin
What is WRONG with this woman? She got slammed last year for wearing a Lanvin dress all too similar to this one, except it wasn’t a nauseating pink. And NO SATIN ON THE RC, PEOPLE. Unless you plan on getting there in one of those trailers they transport horses in, standing the whole way.
Melissa Leo in Marc Bouwer Fall 2010
We love the neckline and the shoulder treatment, which save it from being boring. Way to much fabric puddle, though.
Milla Jovovich in Armani Privé
Looks dated to us.
Sarah Hyland in Max Azria
Love the bodice. She looks adorable and she has the right coloring to wear a neutral like this.
Scarlett Johannson in Elie Saab
It’s … pretty. We guess. It’s just so mature-looking. That hair isn’t helping.
Sofia Vergara in Vera Wang
Vanessa Williams in Roberto Cavalli
It’s classic, but a little dull.
That’s it for the ladies! We’ll get to the boys in a bit.
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