Sunday, September 23, 2012


Here are some of my favorite fashions from last night's red carpet (in no particular order):

Ginnifer Goodwin

As a VOLS fan, I love the vibrant orange color.  I think the detail in this Monique Lhullier dress is amazing and I love the coordination with the shoes.  I think the belt/sash reads a bit pleather/cheap, but the minimal make up and styling is a great partner to this intricate dress.

Ariel Winter

I love the maturity that this young girl has in her fashion choices.  Totally age appropriate yet super sleek and stylish.  Well done, Ariel.

Leslie Mann

Pockets, a top knot, floral lace, and a full skirt.  You had me at pockets.

January Jones

I think the color and the detail is amazing - it's definitely a show stopper with that side embellishment and shape.

Alexi Ashe
(Seth Myer's wife)

I love this pattern - it almost appears metallic.  The silhouette is very flattering and the simple styling reminds us that her husband is in the spotlight.

Edie Falco

This Stella McCartney is amaze!  The front cut outs are genius and I love the split color.  It is so simple yet I've never seen anything like it.  Needing a metallic belt now... {not loving those little pieces of hair in her face}

Jeannie Mai

Simple hair, small lace overlay, flowy white fabric, great belt - check x 4. I love this dress.  Unfortunately there's also a check for sweat marks.  Boo.

Nicole Kidman
This tribal beading detail is glorious.  It puts a futuristic alien spin on an otherwise plain white dress.  

And some misses:

Mayra Veronica
This is so Jessica McClintock prom circa 2004.  And the gloves?  Also - not sure why she is here.

Pheobe Price
Someone has been watching too much Gypsy Wedding...  The dress is bad enough and then she adds those shoes!  They look elfin with that odd toe and they clash with the dress and her hair! 

p.s. Who called the 90s and asked for our faves to come back?

Anna Chlumsky
(My Girl)


Mayim Bialik


Any that you loved and I left out?
Totes being a couch potato lately -Sarah

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