SAG Awards: So Many Sparkles!

Guys, SO many people wore sparkles on Sunday. Naturally, I like about 90% of these.

Nicole Kidman in Armani Prive

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This is super – I love the bronze color and the way the dress gathers itself into the rose on her shoulder is so elegantly done.

Allison Janney in custom Yanina Couture

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She continues to have excellent taste. I do want to snip off the little glittery growths on her shoulders however.

Leslie Mann in Zuhair Murad

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You can see it better here, but there are castles and weeping willows and constellations in the embroidery and it’s absolutely lovely.

Laurie Metcalf in Sachin and Babi

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I love this – her best look so far this awards season.

Allison Williams in Ralph and Russo

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I am much less on board with this. The makeup feels all wrong here, and the bead curtain at the bottom of the dress is really off-putting. It all looks like it’s wearing her, rather than the other way around.

Saoirse Ronan in Louis Vuitton

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Definitely the best Louis Vuitton in a long time, although I do wish the belt was a little less insubstantial. This is great on her – I could also easily see this on her “Lady Bird” director, Greta Gerwig. I thought it was white at first, but it’s definitely a pale pink, which is pretty.

Samira Wiley in Tadashi Shoji

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This is absolutely dreamy – like Leslie Mann’s dress, if you zoom in you can see that it’s made up of glittering constellations (a theme we will see return on Natalia Dyer). I love the whimsy and the color. This is definitely one of my favorites of the night.

Lupita Nyong’o in Ralph & Russo

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I love sparkles AND I love feathers, so this should be a slam dunk for me, but it’s falling a bit flat. I think the slightly molting affect the feathers have is bringing me down.

Mandy Moore in Ralph Lauren

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Not a big fan of the slip dress, but like most things, if you add sparkles to it – I’m in! This is great.

Elisabeth Moss in Adam Selman

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This is boring, and I have never once found this style of halter neck to be flattering on anyone.

Danielle Brooks in Marc Bouwer

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DAMN. This dress is amazing. Easily the best she’s ever looked, although I would have done something slightly less sever with her hair.

Olivia Munn in Oscar de la Renta

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I love this – one of my favorite recent OdlR creations. She should have worn this for her hosting duties at last weeks’ Critics Choice Awards.

Connie Britton in Elisabetta Franchi

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Is this making her look a little droopy in the chest department? She’s so fabulous, and this color is great on her, but the fit leaves something to be desired.

Halle Berry in Pamella Roland

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I don’t want this to come off too mean…but why does Halle Berry continue to get invited to things? I know she won an Oscar, but she has done nothing of particular note since then. I guess she just has a really good publicist. Also, I don’t like this at all.

Natalie Zea in Ports 1961

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I’ll always think of Natalie fondly as the female lead in “The Following”, the completely absurd show about Kevin Bacon hunting a cult of serial killers that improbably EVERYONE IN THE WORLD WAS IN. Fun times. This is a bit too tight and unflattering from the front.

 

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