There couldn’t be highs if there weren’t lows, and here to support that theory is Missi Pyle in a bright turquoise nightmare complete with frosted lipstick (!). It looks like it was made by someone in a sewing class who decided to put all her draping skills to use at one time, and didn’t want to waste some good fabric. Plus, I’m not a fan of the armored-boob look. So here are some more of my favorite dresses to hate, and some dresses on people I love to hate:
Viola Davis’ fussy green goblin gown was clamping down on her boobs while fitting poorly elsewhere:
Tina Fey’s dress looked like it had an improvised last-minute length adjustment done:
Although Maria Menounos’ dress isn’t bad, it’s not good either, especially with the (again) boob armor:
What pushed Sandra Bullock’s dress over the edge for me was the golden embroidery that reminded me too much of gaudy square-shouldered 80′s dresses:
Judy Greer’s dress might have been okay if it hadn’t been for the weird neckline. I was half expecting it to have a racerback design in the back.
Oh, look–sleeked back 60′s inspired hair, fit-and-flare with a mermaid hemline. Snore. Wake me up when it’s over, Jennifer Lopez.
On someone else than Gwyneth Paltrow, this might have been lovely. As it is, her dress’ unadorned simplicity is probably some sort of metaphor for the cleanliness of her colon:
Lea Thompson’s dress makes me sad:
I know everyone is oohing and aahing over Rooney Mara’s dress, but those little cones make me think: titty cozies.
There’s only one picture of Melissa McCarthy, and I think we know why:
Virginia Madsen, the 80′s might have been your heyday, but dressing like it won’t bring it back: