2017 SAG Awards, Part 2

Welcome back, my dears! 

Best Dressed: EMMA STONE
gown by Alexander McQueen, jewelry by Tiffany & Co.

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Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty

Emma Stone is gunning hard for that March Fabness championship ring. That, or she’s trying to win an Oscar. Probably the former. If it means more weird and wonderful gowns like this one, I’m on board. Conceptually, wearing a velvet Victorian robe over lingerie doesn’t sound like… well, anything. And yet, she makes it work.

Runner-Up: MAHERSHALA ALI

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Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty

*swoons*

Honorable Mention: NATHALIE EMMANUEL
dress by J. Mendel, shoes by Alexander White

Nathalie Emmanuel

Photo: Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

YAAAAAS MISSANDEI. The length is a little bit weird, but this dress is just perfect on her. Double points for a strange print/texture that lesser women would be too afraid to wear.

YARA SHAHIDI
gown by Naeem Khan, purse by Onna Ehrlich

The 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Red Carpet

Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty

OBSESSED with this dress. You know I’m a sucker for an unexpected pattern/color combo at the major red carpet events, where too many people tend to play it safe. But then I googled Yara to figure out who she was and discovered she was born IN THE YEAR 2000. And now I’m too busy having an existential crisis to care about her awesome dress.

MICHELLE WILLIAMS
gown by Louis Vuitton

The 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, Arrivals, Los Angeles, USA - 29 Jan 2017

Photo: Rob LaTour/Rex/Shutterstock

You will never convince me that a choker-scarf is an acceptable awards show accessory. But I’m willing to overlook it in favor of her drag queen circus tent gown, which I adore.

SARAH PAULSON
gown by Vera Wang, jewelry by Nirav Modi

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Sarah looks like she wants to fuck or kill whoever is taking this photo. I’m here for it. Simple outfit, with a small nation’s GDP worth of jewels – it’s hard to go wrong with that recipe.

CLAIRE FOY
gown by Valentino

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Photo: Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

Gorgeous gown, though I think it might be wearing her. The hair and makeup are too casual for a dress serving this much drama.

ANGELA SARAFYAN
gown by Zac Posen

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Photo: John Shearer/Getty

Pretty! Wish she’d worn the hair up, because one of the best things about this dress is the neckline and not-quite-off shoulders. But I dig the paisley print and the exaggerated hips.

MAISIE WILLIAMS
gown by Charlie Brear

23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Red Carpet

Photo: John Shearer/Getty

Awww. She’s an absolute doll, but the lipstick ages her. Still, she looks so tall and elegant it kind of makes me proud, which is condescending because we’ve never met and she’s way more successful than I am.

JOHN KRASINSKI
suit by Prada, shoes by Bruno Magli

John Krasinski

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Cute. Boring, but cute.

LAURA CARMICHAEL
gown by Christopher Kane

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Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty

Lady Edith can never get it quite right, can she? I’m okay with the hipster-chic dress, but that hair is giving me agita.

GWENDOLINE CHRISTIE
jumpsuit by Vivienne Westwood

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Photo: Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

She’s seven thousand feet tall and fabulous as fuck, so for a little while, Brienne of Tarth had me convinced I actually liked this outfit. But that slouchy sequined pant tapered to the ankle booties looks absolutely ridiculous anywhere except a Michael Jackson video.

MERYL STREEP
gown by Valentino, jewelry by Fred Leighton

Meryl Streep

Photo: Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

Honestly, the fact that Meryl isn’t wearing a cardboard box that says “go fuck yourself and hand me my trophy” is amazing to me.

ELLIE KEMPER
gown by Wai Ming, jewelry by Forevermark, purse by Judith Leiber

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Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage

I think with better styling and a way better fit, this could have been a contender. But as is, she looks like she’s playing dress-up in her mother’s closet.

AMANDA PEET
gown by Michael Kors

23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Red Carpet

Photo: John Shearer/Getty

Amanda Peet constantly look like someone just poisoned her. Is she okay? Can someone get this woman a bezoar stone?

RASHIDA JONES
gown by Vivienne Westwood

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Photo: John Shearer/Getty

Am I just grumpy because it’s Monday, or is this completely forgettable?

KALEY CUOCO
gown by Marchesa

23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage

What’s that thing around her neck? Does it contain the stolen voice of a mermaid princess? I don’t understand anything about this.

TARAJI P. HENSON
gown by Reem Acra, jewelry by Nirov Modi

23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage

Oof. That combination of “baby’s first fancy dress” and “here are my tits!” makes me very uncomfortable.

Worst Dressed: DANIELLE BROOKS
top and pants by Christian Siriano

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Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty

Taking risks? Wearing pants on the red carpet? You KNOW these things are right up my alley, dear readers. But this? No. I adore you, Danielle, but no.


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