2013 MTV Movie Awards

Welcome to the MTV Movie Awards, dear readers! 

EMMA WATSON
dress by Maxime Simoëns, shoes by Proenza Schouler

Photo: Lionel Hahn/AbacaUSA.com

Funky, flattering, youthful, not too fancy OR too casual – this is as good as it gets when it comes to MTV red carpets, dear readers. Watch the Watson and learn. Also, I tuned in to the Movie Awards for a few minutes  (only because I wanted to see the Hunger Games: Catching Fire trailer), and Emma won some big award and gave an incredibly endearing, charming speech that just made me like her even more, if that’s even possible. Anyway, the neckline of this dress is fantastic, as is the sort of watercolor-looking print on the skirt. And the shoes are adorable.

EDDIE REDMAYNE
jacket, shirt, pants, and shoes by AllSaints

Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty

In a tuxedo or in a crinkled leather jacket, Eddie Redmayne out-dresses everyone. He’s even making what appears to be a denim shirt work, and that’s next to impossible.

ZOE SALDANA
gown by Givenchy, purse by Nancy Gonzalez, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty

Love the balance between the fancy skirt and the plain black top – alone, the top is too casual and the skirt is too formal, but together, they’re somehow appropriate. The shoes are okay, but not necessarily my favorite.

KARLIE KLOSS
top and skirt by Cushnie et Ochs, shoes by Gucci

Photo: Gilbert Flores/BroadImage

The skirt’s a bit too long and the ankle-straps are comically large, but an MTV event really is the best red carpet on which to rock a crop top.

AMANDA SEYFRIED and STEVE CARELL
dress by Three Floor, shoes by Rupert Sanderson

Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty

Adorable dress, but would it have killed her to hit the red carpet so we could get a decent picture of it?

KYLIE MINOGUE
dress by Paco Rabanne, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty

If this actually fit her instead of hanging off her like a tent, and if I couldn’t see her bellybutton, I’d be totally down for this dress. As is, it’s a bit of a disaster.

BELLA THORNE
suit and shoes by Giorgio Armani, purse by Alice + Olivia

Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Your hair is atrocious, your suit fits terribly, and your shoes are positively cartoonish. Also, who are you?

CHLOË MORETZ
dress by Louis Vuitton, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage

I never thought I would have to say these words, because I truly believed them to be obvious, but apparently, it needs to be said: NO PATCHWORK DENIM DRESSES ON THE RED CARPET. EVER.

SELENA GOMEZ
dress by Julien Macdonald, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty

If you’re wearing a gold dress on the red carpet, don’t wear shoes that are a completely different shade of gold. Also, the hair is a joke, right? Some sort of prank I don’t understand because I’m too old?

KERRY WASHINGTON
dress by Michael Kors, shoes by Roger Vivier

Photo: John Shearer/Invision/AP

NO. No to mullet skirts, no to wrinkly peplums, no to that shade of yellow and its matching purse – just NO, Kerry. You are so much better than this.


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2 responses to 2013 MTV Movie Awards

  1. Watching the MTV Movie Awards made me feel really old. I watched the whole thing, and somewhere in the middle of being perplexed by the epic level of stupid it dawned on me that I am not longer in the target demographic for this. Except that I am still a 13 year old girl who flailed and rewound the Catching Fire teaser a million and six times.

    • democracydiva – Author

      I turned it on right before Emma Watson won her award, and that was the only part I found enjoyable/remotely relevant to me in the entire broadcast (besides the Catching Fire teaser WHEEEE I’M SO EXCITED I CAN’T WAIT TIL NOVEMBER LET’S FANGIRL OUT WHEEEEE).

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