This week, we have a tale of extremes. Some choices are very, very good while others make me just shake my head in confusion and dismay, with very little in between.
I find this look uninspired. It's like Reese wanted to look 10 years younger for the MTV crowd and thought this would do the trick. While I usually love animal prints in all their forms, this dress doesn't do it for me and neither do the uncoordinated nude heels.
2011 CFDA Fashion Awards - Cocktails I think a good rule of thumb for pregnancy dressing is this: if you wouldn't wear it unpregnant, you shouldn't wear it while the baby's on board. This ridiculous colorblocked dress/gown/bedding looks like Jess lost a bet with her stylist. While the color looks amazing on her skirt, there's just no reason for the giant purple skirt. The only saving grace, and I use that term very loosely, is her sleek hair and radiant tan.
I'm not sure what's going on here but it's pretty damn awful. Not only does Drew look…enlarged, it's just a shaggy, uncute look for someone who usually's just over the trendy line. While I love her waves, I can't stand the auburn color on her.
In a week full of fashion disasters, few are as horrific as this. I don't even know how to describe it: it's like the dress starts out with one idea and then gets mawled by wild animals. The nightmare continues with bright purple heels that just add to the surrealism. I feel confident in saying that I don't think I've ever seen Nicole look worse (except for the bangs, which I'm totally digging).
Chloe is not one for a traditional definition of fashion and I was surprised to find myself actually liking her S&M meets Swiss Miss ensemble. It's just the right combination of nutty and interesting to catch your attention, in a good way. Bonus points for the adorable heels.
How ginormous are J.Lo's heels from this angle? I feel like she's going to walk right out of that picture and strike a pose at my house. It's a pretty dress, and I like the criss-crossing bodice but mostly, I'm just happy to see her talking a break from those catsuits and crop tops.
If it's not skintight, she's not alright, you know what I mean? While I like the cranberry red shade, I'm not sure about the one shoulder wing she's grown.
I am in love with this dress for many reasons - the sequins, the colors, the design, the simplicity, the netting - it's just a rare moment on the red carpet when someone takes a risk that works out perfectly. I'm also going to be posing like Jaime in all my pictures.
If you're going for Swan Lake, it's best to temper the look a little which is why Charlize's black blazer is a great way to tone down a look that could get out of control. I'm also loving her strappy heels.
There's a way to do simple black that's not too simple. This sequined dress is a great way to standout on the red carpet without standing out too much - interesting shoulder action, unusual length. But I think the nude heels don't do much for the look.