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Julia Roberts proves it — one crazy eye is scarier than two. Yikes. SIDE NOTE: the image on the left is what Sarah Palin sees when she envisions herself at the 2016 Inaugural Ball. Only in the version in her head, she’s wearing her Miss Alaska tiara and there’s a Winchester bolt-action hanging from the belt.

The rest of the night’s worst dressed in the gallery above!

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My favorite dresses from this year’s Golden Globes were Adele Exarchopoulos’ midnight blue Miu Miu silk gown and Lupita Nyongo’s bright-red Ralph Lauren Collection cape dress. They weren’t just dresses, they were works of art. The gradient crystals at the hem and the Jean-Paul Gautier-esque darts at the bust of Adele’s dress are perfection, and Lupita looks like some kind of alien high queen (and I mean that as a compliment here). We should all bow down at such a perfect construction!

I liked Margot Robbie’s bejeweled Gucci dress, but I don’t like Margot Robbie. She’s unsettlingly beautiful, like something dreamed up by eugenicists and government scientists in an underground lab. She’s probably one of those “socially integrated cyborg assassins” the neighbor’s dog is always telling me about.

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Awards season is upon us, but before we get to the Golden Globes or the Oscars, we have to muddle through the lesser and more pointless awards shows first. Like the People’s Choice Awards. Nobody really brings their red carpet A-game to the People’s Choice Awards. It’s sort of a practice round. Jessica Alba, Queen Latifah and Jennifer Hudson looked good in simple monochrome, and I didn’t love Allison Williams or Sandra Bullock’s dresses, but I didn’t hate them, either. It was just kind of “meh.” I think the best thing I can say about the 2014 People Choice Awards’ best dressed is at least none of these ladies look like they need to be milked or they’re gonna have an accident.”

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There was really only one big trend on the People Choice Awards’ red carpet last night — well, two big trends, if we’re being specific. Tsk, tsk! I thought Downton Abbey and Duck Dynasty were supposed to be ushering a new era of British reserve and Bible Belt restraint on the red carpet. There’s nothing refined or elegant about any of these dresses. You can call it “décolleté” all you like, Malin Akerman, but to everyone else it’s just a boob window.

The rest of the worst dressed in the gallery above!

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