BAFTA Tea Party Red Carpet
Bitchy fashion bloggers don’t get a Day of Rest during awards season; heavens no, kittens. Since we’ll all be awash in Golden Globes pictures by this time tomorrow, we figured now’s a good time to check out the clothes at a slightly less obvious event: the BAFTA Los Angeles 18th annual Awards Season Tea Party. Isn’t it fabulous that there are Awards Season Tea Parties? The entertainment industry so loves to congratulate itself and put on airs, doesn’t it? They’re about a half-minute away from cotillions and deb balls at this point.
Look, we’re always yelling for more color and bolder choices and even ladypants on the red carpet, but frankly, this isn’t very attractive.
Charlize Theron in Stella McCartney
Fabulous, but we hate the shoes.
When you’ve got a dress in a great color that looks great on you and you top it off with killer hair and makeup, then accessories, in this case, really are a bit of an afterthought. Would we have liked maybe a bangle and a more interesting pair of shoes? Absolutely, but we still think she looks pretty great.
Chloe Moretz in Burberry Prorsum
Like a teenager, she goes wildly back and forth between looks that suit her and looks that don’t. Sweetie, if you’re listening, these are not your proportions. Make a note of it.
Great look otherwise, but it’s not meant for her shape.
We loveya Lady Grantham, but this dress is just a bit much.
Cute enough. Mostly nondescript though.
That’s a “Shit, I underdressed” look if ever we saw one.
Evan Rachel Wood in Roland Mouret
Also – surprisingly – killin’ it. We don’t normally like such plain looks on the RC but those shoes provide the perfect punctuation. Not loving the eye makeup.
Killin’ it – with ATTITUDE. The shame of it is, this outfit could be easily bumped up to chic with a decent pair of shoes. Those snow boots she insists on have ruined more than one outfit lately.
Oh, she DEFINITELY found herself a new stylist. There’s no doubt now. Up until a couple weeks ago, she couldn’t find a dress to flatter her and here she is kicking it in pants and looking chic as hell. Sure, it’s plain, but we’re mostly talking about the fit and proportions here, which are crazy flattering. You could take these basic shapes and repeat them over and over again with variations in color and pattern to create an effortless wardrobe. The accessories make the perfect punctuation for the look.
Shailene Woodley in Jason Wu
We hope she learns the importance of picture-worthy eye makeup for public events soon.
The clothes are standard, but perfectly presentable. The hair is kind of tragic.
Michelle Williams in Victoria by Victoria Beckham
We’re back to the land of Twee.