Kennedy Center Honors Red Carpet
Darlings, it was the 34th Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, DC, and everyone tried to look classy!
Emily Blunt in Notte by Marchesa
Simple, but very pretty. That’s a great color on her.
Oh, doll. No. This won’t do at all. Velvet is not your friend. BROWN velvet is NO ONE’S friend.
Not that we’re defending the “gotta pee” pose deployed so often on the RC, but this is a prime example as to why stylists coach their clients to pose that way. Legs together, sweetie. Stand at a slight angle and bend one knee slightly; the one closest to the cameras. You’ll thank us later.
The dress is fine but the shoes seem too busy for it (even though we like them).
Girl, we will never not bow down to you, but while we think the dress is interesting and we love the jacket, we don’t think they actually look all that great together. That beaded panel is a bit too heavy-looking and the dress is a bit too shiny. But hey, we love your hair!
Wow. Who knew that Meryl of all people has trouble hitting her mark? Why does the Kennedy Center Honor award have to be so godawful ugly? The dress looks great on her. It’s flattering as hell and the accentuated shoulders are perfect for her.
Sarah Jessica Parker in Theyskens’ Theory
Spectacular. No, really. The hair, the dress, the makeup – it’s all perfect, once again reminding us that when SJP really wants to bring it to the red carpet, the girl can BRING. IT.
It’s a fantastic-looking dress until you get to the bottom. It’s not quite a (to borrow a term) “scrolldown fug,” but it is kind of a disappointment. We’d rather the skirt went to the floor. And that hairstyle is doing her no favors.
[Photo Credit: Getty]