Last night, the Screen Actors Guild held the other award show. The awards don’t mean much, like the People’s Choice Awards, but with bigger egos. However, I never pass up the red carpet. So let’s get to the gowns…here are my five favorite dresses from last night.
Can I please look this good in cut-out Pucci when I’m 46 years old? Or even 35 years old? I could settle for that.
I love this heavily-sequined Reem Acra. The color gradiation is wonderful. The lace, see through back is pretty may-jah, too. I also adore the girly ponytail.
Fuschia, lots of fuschia. Just the right amount of ruffles, a deep v-neckline that isn’t vulgar and a belt that adds structure. The flirty, braided updo is gorgreous. And if those are charcoal nails, that was the perfect choice.
This dress is proof that even a simple silhouette in an uninspiring color can look spectacular when fitted properly. This dress is the only evidence I need that a good tailor is a girl’s best friend. Now, if only her husband, Armie Hammer, wasn’t stepping on her hem.
“Oscar does the best greens.” I love this one-shoulder Oscar de la Renta dress. The pleating is splendid. However, I’m over the severe, dark hair color (it ages her), and I’m not sure why she is doing the “lean back.”