Wednesday, January 27, 2010

16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Part 2

More from the red carpet....

Penelope Cruz is looking uncharacteristically subdued in a short L'Wren Scott number in her favorite color, black. I like that she didn't feel the need to wear lace, trains, mantillas, and the usual details that she favors which scream, "I'm from Spain!"

Mariska Hargitay chose a pink Vera Wang. It's a pretty color, but I think she looks a bit sloppy.

Kate Flannery's character on The Office is frumpy, but when the actress gets dressed up, she's anything but. Love the color of her gown. Hate her posture.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus wore a Dolce and Gabbana gown that both showed off her curves and was unflattering at the same time. Ok, not unflattering. Ugly.

Joan Allen (or her stylist) must have missed her meds that morning.

Jessalyn Gilsig, from Glee, looked gorgeous in her purple gown. So flattering.

Sandra Bullock wore a simple black Alexander McQueen gown with blue beading. I'm torn. While it's elegant and graceful and her hair and makeup is perfect, the blue reminds me just a leetle bit of a clown's ruff....

Meryl Streep wore her mother's sofa to the party. Perhaps this Balanciaga gown would be more attractive in a solid color.

Marion Cotillard in Elie Saab Couture. Everyone seems to love this dress. I hate it. I don't like the square shoulder, the popcorn-like texture on the fabric, and the feathery pubes. And I feel the shoes are too much for the dress.

For the Golden Globes, Glee's Lea Michelle channeled Penelope Cruz. For the SAGs, she tries Jennifer Lopez with this plunging Malandrino. It's a nice color for her, but the lack of cleavage is a little odd. At least she's not falling out all over the place like the usually inappropriate Mariah Carey.


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