BAFTAs 2019: Froofy and Feminine Rules the Red Carpet

All things feminine, froofy, and ruffled dominated the red carpet at the BAFTA’s in London last night. Some to better effect than others.

Margot Robbie in Chanel

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This is just a whole lot of look from Chanel. Surprisingly, for an OTT Chanel, there are quite a few elements I like here – the body of the dress is beautifully done, and I like the contrast with the royal blue tulle. I would have removed the armpit tulle to streamline this look.

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Royals: Meghan Finally Nails It and Kate Wears an Old Favorite

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To be honest, I have been completely uninspired to post about the Duchess of Sussex the last few months. Her wardrobe choices have rarely deviated from a lackluster rotation of forgettable black, navy, and beige.

But last week on a visit to Bristol she finally branched out of her comfort zone and knocked it out of the ballpark.

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Red Carpet: Closing out the SAG Awards

The rest of the SAG Awards red carpet was largely forgettable….

Lady Gaga in Dior

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This is a shockingly simple turn from the woman who once arrived on a red carpet in an egg.

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Red Carpet: The Worst Looks from the SAG Awards

OK everyone, get your worst out of your system before the Oscars….

Emily Blunt in Michael Kors

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No one will convince me this isn’t a sartorial rendering of a vulva.

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Red Carpet: The Best Looks from the SAG Awards

The SAG’s were pretty evenly divided between stars that looked great, stars that looks meh, and stars that looked….not great. Let’s take a look at the folks who killed it.

Rachel Weisz in Givenchy

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This Givenchy is one of my favorite things Rachel has worn and a high from Clare Waight Keller’s recent collection. I almost wish she’d saved it for the Oscars – it was actually on my shortlist (which has become QUITE the long list) of prospective looks for my Oscars Fantasy Stylist post. Let’s hope Rachel keeps it up for the rest of awards season.

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Red Carpet: The Rest of the 2019 Critics’ Choice Awards

Let’s finish out the Critics’ Choice Awards!

Lady Gaga in Calvin Klein by Appointment

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This is one of my least favorite styles – the structure-less sack. I’ll usually give it a pass if it’s at least in an interesting color (see: Thompson, Tessa), but this is…not. As is, it feels unfinished and lazy.

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Red Carpet: The Best of the 2019 Critics’ Choice Awards

Sunday’s Critics’ Choice Awards further muddied the awards season waters. Glen Close tied with Lady Gaga for Best Actress, while “Roma” beat out “Green Book” after a weeks worth of bad press. There were few surprises on the red carpet though with no one taking too many risks and everyone looking pretty chic.

Yalitza Aparicio in Prada

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This is an awards season high for both Yalitza and Prada. I absolutely adore this whole look.

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