From dusty rose to Barbie pink…
Viola Davis in Michael KorsEmbed from Getty Images
This is the loudest of the bunch and very in line with what she usually wears. Usually I love her bold ,colorful style, but this color is a tad too harsh and when she walked, you could tell she wasn’t comfortable in it.
Ashley Judd in Badgley and MischkaEmbed from Getty Images
This was a big night for Ashley. This dress is about as simple as it gets, but she looks good.
Salma Hayek Pinault in custom GucciEmbed from Getty Images
Salma, Salma, Salma. As predicted she wore Gucci. This is better than her usual, but it’s still too much look. I would kill to see her in something a little more simple and understated just for once. I could have been on board with the dress itself, but Gucci’s maximalist approach apparently demanded a capelet of diamonds, which takes this look too far into campy territory for me.
Danai Gurira In Gabriela HearstEmbed from Getty Images
This feels VERY similar to Saoirse’s dress, so I’m thankful that she punched it up with the hair art and jewels. In the battle of the pale punk columns, I think I have to go with Saoirse’s for more streamlined execution – but I honestly don’t like either.
Elisabeth Moss in Christian DiorEmbed from Getty Images
This is undeniably lovely, but definitely washes her out. Thank god for the bright lip.
Gina Rodriguez in Zuhair MuradEmbed from Getty Images
A lot of people swooned over this. I am a bit more reserved. I love Zuhair Murad and 75% of this dress works beautifully. But I have never like hip fans – they always feel a bit 16th century to me. However, I am proud to have predicted her predilection for deep V necks!
Mira Sorvino in Romona KevezaEmbed from Getty Images
This is probably my favorite of the bunch. The pale pink works with her coloring and the gorgeous floral detailing is beautiful and interesting. For her return to the red carpet, she chose well and brought major glamour.