Welcome to Part II of your recap of the best and worst in this month’s celebrity fashion.
YUM. Killing it. This is how Kate Winslet should always dress. Great color, great draping, and unlike most red carpet gowns, great support for the ta-tas.
The dress is cute and the shoes are cute, but this is so not working for me. A real smile probably could have helped.
A little dumb, but it is a Sharpay event, so she’s semi-obligated to go very girly. To me, it looks like they forced her into something sweet and ruffled and youthful when she’d rather be wearing something with a bit more oomph.
I hate rompers, but boy, would I kill for those shoes.
I just don’t understand why anyone who can afford constant hair-care would allow their hair color to get so fucking out of control. Also, she looks like she was dressed by an elderly former Vegas showgirl.
Cute, but I’m a bit over this tweed-and-fringe Chanel dress. Great color, though.
The look on her face really sums up how I feel. This is just a mess, and the tranny makeup isn’t helping.
Finally! I know it’s her natural hair color, but I think it really only works when she’s in minimal makeup and a simple, classic look.
Cute and chic.
A little too mature for her. It ages her a bit, and the hair and makeup don’t help that.
This is what you see when you look up “hot disaster” in the dictionary. The makeup is beyond whorish, the dress is embarrassingly ill-fitting, and the accessories are all wrong.
EVAN RACHEL WOOD
A gorgeous color dress, but not for her skin tone. It makes her look a bit sickly.
This dress could be cute, if it weren’t for those ridiculously distracting booties, which are just not working.
I hate Halle Berry and I hate Emilio Pucci. This dress explains why.
What a fierce, sassy old broad. Can you believe a woman over sixty can walk in those heels?
Killing it. No one does it better than Helen.
A perfect daytime street style look. Love the shoes. But her hair needs some TLC.
Does the sash really need to look like that? What a distraction from an otherwise cute look.
I can see why critics hated this look, but I’m obsessed. Daring and sexy, funky and bold, and the shoes were a stroke of genius. But that straight-from-the-gym hair is offensive.
I hate this bitch, but the dress and shoes are pretty gorgeous.
That hair is hilariously bad, and that dress is beyond ill-fitting. Not all women can pull off Vivienne Westwood.
Very lovely, but she needs earrings and perhaps a bracelet.
I’m pretty bored of her shtick. We get it – you’re a hipster.
Another dress that critics loathed but I can’t get enough of. I love a girl who goes for something unique. Yummy shoes, too.
Almost hilariously bad, even by Country Music Awards standards.
Lovely dress, but it does not flatter her at all. Penelope is a fox, so I’m not sure how she landed on a silhouette that makes her look anything less than delectable.
Gorgeous. Belongs in Florence Welch’s closet.
Elle Woods got married, y’all! And wore this absolutely stunning pink Monique Lhuillier gown. So lovely and classy.
But even new brides can go funky and fun. Love this lacy LBD, but it could use a little necklace.
I loathe her, but this coat is cute and her legs look great.
Another old-ass broad absolutely killing it. Sharon Stone is still sex on a stick.
A fairly lovely dress, ruined by tacky, trashy jewelry. Cute hair, though.
I love my fishnets as much as the next girl, but there’s a time and a place, and this ain’t it.
She will really not let go of those fishnets and those heels, will she? Cute dress, though.
This is terrifyingly Lindsay Lohan. Seek help, Vanessa.
Again, a semi-sweet dress ruined by disastrous accessories. The necklace, the purse, and is she wearing SOCKS with STRAPPY SHOES? I might faint.
Leave this look to Kesha, honey.
Doesn’t fit her great, but at least when she’s not wearing tacky accessories, she can rock a gown.
Love the velvet and lace combo. Would have picked a different purse and possibly different shoes.
This is a cocaine overdose waiting to happen.
© Democracy Diva, 2011