To be honest… I was almost so uninspired that I didn’t even bother with a Red Carpet Recap for this year’s SAG Awards. While the dresses are a bit better than when they started this award season with the People’s Choice Awards, I’m still waiting to be wowed. Having just finished up the Paris couture shows, one would think there would have been a little bit more drama on the red carpet… On a positive note, there was nothing this time that truly offended me either… that much. As we all know, there are only so many designers to go around, so I will now present you with the good, the bad and the debatable (where you’ll be the judge of who wore which designer best).
Rose Byrne in Elie Saab, Kyra Sedgewick in Emilio Pucci, Emily Blunt in Oscar de la Renta, Regina King in Alberta Ferretti
Kaley Cuoco in Romona Keveza, Gretchen Mol in L’wren Scott, Kristen Wiig in Balenciaga, Zoe Saldana in Givenchy
Angelina Jolie and Ashlee Simpson in Jenny Packham
Viola Davis and Sofia Vergara in Marchesa
Julie Bowen and Sarah Hyland in Temperley
Jessica Chastain and Julianna Margulies in Calvin Klein
Alright ladies, it’s time to really step it up. I can’t sit through another boring awards ceremony if you’re not willing to wear something wow-worthy. I will pretend it didn’t even happen next time. Just remember what Rooney’s dad said… the Oscar’s are your Superbowl.
The weather outside is frightful (unless you live in Los Angeles), but there’s no need to stay curled up inside like a hermit or flip your shit like the abominable snowman. Take a note from some very stylish celebs. Wearing white after Labor Day is no longer a fashion faux pas. Some of the sexiest starlets have been sporting winter white on all of the hottest red carpets.
So, before you reserve yourself to alpaca and shearling for the rest of the winter months, why not try out this winter’s most fiercely feminine color? Be sure to pick something in a heavier (winter weight) fabric. If you live somewhere especially frigid, look for long sleeves and pair your look with opaque or patterned tights. For footwear? Add a dash of color or something shiny!
Forget the awards, let’s get to the stuff people REALLY care about… the clothes!!!
I hate when critics are too kind to celebrities just because they like them. I get it, she’s America’s sweetheart- blah, blah, blah- but that’s no reason not to tell her her dress is ugly. That’s like not telling your best friend she has spinach in her teeth! Don’t worry, I promise to hold nothing back.