It seems like the big trend is to wear a wedding dress, a boring strapless gown, or a totally nondescript dress that looks nothing like the brand who made it.
Charlize Theron in Dior. Even though this is quite a boring outfit, at least she looks good.
Anne Hathaway in Gucci. The metallic embroidery looks pretty good, her hair, on the other hand, does not.
Goldie Hawn in Versace. The “sleeves” on this dress look awesome.
Jennifer Lawrence in Dior. Simple, almost boring, but looks good.
Julia Roberts in Givenchy. A nice lace number, and it’s a great shape.
Kate Hudson in Versace. More great sleeve action.
Lupita Nyong’o in Prada. beautiful colour and a modern gown shape shape that looks great on her.
Naomi Watts in Calvin Klein. It might be a wedding dress, but at least it is a fairly pretty one.
Olivia Wilde in Valentino. I like when pregnant women don’t decorate their bump and scream “I’m pregnant.” This is a classy dress.
Portia di Rossi in Naeem Khan. This lace-y fabric is beautiful.
Angelina Jolie in Elie Saab. She looks dowdy, and frankly, a bit chubby, in this dress.
Cate Blanchett in Armani Privé. I’m not a fan of the nude fabric decorated with bits of stuff look.
Jennifer Garner in Oscar de la Renta. The shape is great, but the colour is so boring and doesn’t even flatter her.
Jessica Biel in Chanel Couture. Is the on the way to the Oscars or to her wedding?
Kristin Bell in Roberto Cavalli. Another wedding dress, but this one looks extra cheap.
Lady Gaga in Versace. I’m disappointed this is what she mustered up. Where the meat?
Penelope Cruz in Giambattista Valli. This is unflattering, and boring. I expect so much better from this brand.
Sandra Bullock in Alexander McQueen. While this dress isn’t so bad, it does raise the question about how much designers dillute their style and personality when designing red carpet gowns. THIS is Alexander McQueen? It simply does not make sense, because it is boring as hell.
Images from Fashion Gone Rogue.