Sunday, September 22, 2013
65th Annual 2013 Emmy's: The only thing I looked forward to was the fashion of course.
AWARD SEASON IS HERE!!!!
I could give two shits about who won what: it's about who wore what...Duh!
Keirnan Shipka is Delpozo
Cute. Appropriate for the age, but to be honest there should be more flowers on the skirt. It's doesn't look finished at all.
Allison Williams in Ralph Lauren
The royal blue is really rich and sultry. It works for this girls lack of personality, but she looks beautiful.
Alyson Hannigan in Marchesa
Good color. The bottom is a bit, cheap looking maybe a bracelet would help this look. Maybe next year, gurl.
Christina Hendricks in Christian Siriano
TITS! I mean, okay this is pretty much the same shit she does every year. I want to see something new.
Connie Britton in Naeem Khan
Good idea, but not the right execution. I understand that velvet is difficult to manipulate without making it look thick or awkward, but the overall silhouette is too boxy for her figure.
Heidi Klum in Versace
Heidi, get your roots down now! Don't you have any gay friends telling you the truth about that gross hair?! The dress is magnificent, but the hair throws the whole look off. At least do a top bun or something.
Jessica Pare in Oscar de la Renta
Ah! OSCAR! I live for this color. She needs some heavier earrings or maybe a thin necklace, The shoes somehow work. The hair is meh. Too pedestrian looking.
Julianne Hough in Jenny Packham
I'm not digging the sheer look on her, but I guess that's the point of the look. She's too american, and too boring for my taste.
Julie Bowen in Zac Posen
She doesn't need that clutch in front of her. The dress is too beautiful. Put an accessory in the hair or something!
Kaley Cuoco in Vera Wang
This deep oxford blood is perfect. The hair needs just a little more volume, but this look is a knock out standard for the Emmy's.
Kelly Osbourne in Jenny Packham
It's either the wrong hair or the wrong dress. I cant make it out.
Kerry Washington in Marchesa
I don't see the ribbon on the waist as a flattering detail. It's too much. She;s starting to look like a saloon girl.
Laura Dern in Naeem Khan
Great color. Great dress, the cutout of the back SUCKS. Just like how your hands and neck show your true age, so does your back...
Lena Dunham in Prada
She looks tall...(I'm really trying to be nice). The hair could be different at least. The pattern of the dress could be more refined.
This color should be her best friend. Pretty old school, but I'm not expecting much from her. Good effort.
Michelle Dockery in Prada
The color block works, but the bottom is way too heavy. And the hair needs to be more chic and less Barbara Bush.
Rose Byrne in Calvin Klein
I'm not really into Minimalism (aka just a reason for a designer to be lazy), but her skin tone and that dress. She's looks so milky and smooth like a dove soap bar.
Zosia Mamet in Honor
Why do her tits like tanning eye goggles. The pattern is quite fun, but the top ruins the whole look.
Zoey Deschanel in J. Mendel
Quite possibly her best look. I'm glad this is just a photo of her and not a Gif or else I would shoot myself if I had to see one more awkward pose or facial expression from her.
The color is quite sexy, but the more I look at it the more I notice that she is too pale for that saturation of color.
Tina Fey in Narciso Rodriguez
Hot mamma! Dat body. I'm so happy she didn't go with black this year.
Sofia Vergara in Vera Wang
Here's the thing. Same silhouette, same hair. BORING. We get it, she has a great body, but she doesn't explore her fashion sense at all. I guess she doesn't have to since she's the real version of the Colombian Jessica Rabbit.
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