The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 1

MICHELLE and BARACK OBAMA in Washington, DC // gown by Vera Wang

Photo: Tom & Lorenzo

Is it in poor taste to say BOW DOWN, BITCHES, when talking about the leaders of our democratic nation? Probably, but come ON. This is just phenomenal. The color is an absolute dream on her, and the cut and embellishments of the gown are dramatic and elegant. Love that she went for mega-earrings and little else in terms of accessories – a statement gown like this doesn’t need much else.

MADONNA at the W.E. premiere

Photo: Tom & Lorenzo

In case you were wondering if the old bitch still has it – yes. She absolutely does.

ANNE HATHAWAY in Washington, DC // gown by Giambattista Valli

Photo: Rex

I’m not sold on this. I think the hair and makeup are both too severe, the dress doesn’t photograph particularly well, and the shoes were a terrible choice. I wouldn’t be so picky if it were a different star, but this is Anne Hathaway, and I demand perfection.

EMILY BLUNT and JOHN KRASINSKI in Washington, DC // gown by Giambattista Valli

Photo: Zimbio

They’re both gorgeous to begin with, but combining their beauty and dressing it in formal wear seems to create something so much more than the sum of its parts. Love the purse, girl. John, you look delicious.

EMILY BLUNT in Washington, DC // gown by Notte by Marchesa

Photo: Paul Morigi/Wireimage

And then she inexplicably chose this cheap-looking prom dress and a truly dreadful, inconceivably unflattering hair style. Why, Emily? Why?

RACHEL MCADAMS at the Los Angeles premiere of Sherlock Holmes // gown by Marchesa

Photo: Matt Baron/BEImages

I think this gown is stunning and she’s working it pretty well. But for God’s sake, if you’re going to wear a gown this dramatic, you need to put a little effort into your hair! The messy updo paired with that luxe gown jsut doesn’t work. But let’s take a look at the back:

Photo: Rex

Damn, girl. You know I don’t love a train or a cowl neck, but this looks fucking AWESOME on you. But I maintain what I said before about the hair.

ANGELINA JOLIE at the New York premiere of The Land of Blood and Honey // top by Joseph, skirt by Ralph Lauren

Photo: Evan Agostini/AP

JUST WEAR SOMETHING DIFFERENT FOR ONCE. God. These people can get so predictable, it’s exhausting.

OLIVIA WILDE in New York City // top by Lanvin, skirt by Marc Jacobs, shoes by Yves Saint Laurent

Photo: Slaven Vlasic/Getty

It would be so much cuter if the proportions made any sense at all. The loosely tucked-in blouse with that massive tea-length pleated skirt? Even if you’ve got Olivia’s body, the proportions here just don’t work.

CHLOË MORETZ at the Paris premiere of Hugo

Photo: Julien Hekimian/Wireimage

Love the hair, and she’s young enough that matching her dress to her shoes is adorable. I could do without the potato sack of a skirt, though.

JESSICA ALBA in Beverly Hills // dress by Thakoon, purse by Diane von Furstenberg, shoes by Brian Atwood

Photo: BlackPanther/Abaca

It’s all very office holiday party, don’t you think? I just can’t see a person wearing this much glitter and gold for any other reason.

AMANDA SEYFRIED in Beverly Hills // dress by Calvin Klein, shoes by Yves Saint Laurent

Photo: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin

Those are not colors, and whatever they are, they don’t match. Also, consider a step away from minimalism, because this is so minimalist I’m falling asleep on my laptop.

KATY PERRY in Los Angeles // dress by Versace, shoes by Barbara Bui

Photo: Rex

The color of her hair is still destroying my will to live, but at least the blunt bob looks awesome on her. I like the dress, though the length is a serious problem. She looks a foot shorter than usual. And can everyone lay off the gold shoes for awhile? I know we’re all getting in the holiday spirit, but c’mon. Choose fashion over festivity.

RACHEL ZOE

Photo: Johns PKI/Splash News

Predictable too, but you have to admit, she looks better than ever. Love the cocktail ring.

LUCY HALE in New York City // dress and shoes by Asos

Photo: Neilson Barnard/Getty

Black stockings + black pumps = footless aliens on the red carpet. The dress is not necessarily pretty, but it’s got some interest, and I like that.

SARAH JESSICA PARKER in Washington, DC // gown by Theyskens’ Theory

Photo: Paul Morigi/Wireimage

I really just hate everything about this. I’m trying to see it for what it’s trying to be, but the silhouette is just insane, and she looks like an Olsen twin in it. (That’s not a compliment.)

OLIVIA PALERMO at a New York screening of W.E. // dress by Giorgio Armani, purse by Mulberry, shoes by Manolo Blahnik

Photo: PA

This girl has a serious problem with over-accessorizing and mixing the wrong accessories. A red satin purse with blue satin shoes? Um, not unless you’re Uncle Sam’s hooker, honey.

JESSICA CHASTAIN at the Marrakech Film Festival // dress by Christian Dior, shoes by Roger Vivier

Photo: Bauer Griffin

This is so not a look for a grown woman. I mean, I don’t know what a child needs with a Dior dress, but this can’t possibly look good on someone older than Hailee Steinfeld.

CARRIE UNDERWOOD at the American Country Awards in Nashville // dress by Maria Lucia Hohan, shoes by Ryan Haber

Photo: Mjsbigblog.com

Another day, another country music event with Carrie Underwood in a nude dress and hideous shoes.

KRISTIN CHENOWETH at the American Country Awards in Nashville // dress by Honor

Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty

The “defying gravity” jokes just write themselves, don’t they?

CHLOË SEVIGNY at a New York screening of W.E.

Photo: Rex

I have no words left for this particular hipster icon and all-around atrocious dresser. That haircut makes you look like a four-year-old, that dress is so hideous I’m actually in pain, and those giant ankle boots aren’t helping.


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2 responses to The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 1

  1. Haley

    You can see Rachel McAdam’s pubes through her dress. Madonna is wearing TROUSER SOCKS on the red carpet?? But you’re right, MObama looked kick ass. That dress is stunning.

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