Red Carpet Fashion: 2013 SAG Awards (Part 2)

Two best dressed picks announced in part 1 of my SAG Awards red carpet coverage…do you agree? Actually hold that thought, and let’s move on to part 2 first.

PhotobucketNicole Kidman in Vivienne Westwood

This dress is gorgeous and looks perfect on Nicole. I appreciated the green earrings, instead of the typical diamonds everyone wears (I really don’t care that you’re wearing millions of dollars worth of borrowed Neil Lane jewels…you’re tacky). Back to Nicole…no complaints here.

PhotobucketNaya Rivera in Donna Karan Atelier

NAYA WANTS YOU TO KNOW SHE HAS CLEAVAGE! Job well done, Naya (on showing us your boobs, not on a great red carpet look).

PhotobucketNaomi Watts in Marchesa

Was expecting a lot more from her. Hair and makeup is stunning but that dress we’ve seen a million times.

PhotobucketMorena Baccari in Basil Soda

I really just hate that dress. The print on the bottom looks like the hallway carpets in a chain hotel.

PhotobucketMichelle Dockery in vintage Chado Ralph Rucci

Vintage on the red carpet is never easy because there’s usually only one and the fit has to be just perfect. She looks great and I actually love the side boob. There is a way to make side boob classy and this is it.

PhotobucketMarion Cotillard in Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2013 (modified)
Best Dressed Pick

Parisian realness right here. KILLED IT!

PhotobucketLea Michele in Valentino Resort 2013

I used to love her when she first started doing awards shows, then she got too cocky and I was over her. Now I’m just kind of in between. She’s not cool enough to rock the blonde tips, BUT I do love that dress and she looks damn good in it. And if you have $7,000 to spend and a red carpet event to attend, you can buy this dress right now on Moda Operandi.

PhotobucketKiernan Shipka in Oscar de la Renta
Best Dressed Pick

Child celebrities who dress their age is a rarity on the red carpet, but this girl knows how to do it right. That dress fits her perfectly, she looks happy and comfortable in it and the styling is spot on. A well deserved best dressed pick for sure.

PhotobucketKerry Washington in Rodarte

I wanted to love this because we don’t see Rodarte on the red carpet all that often. If the skirt portion was plain white from the waist-down, it would have been a best dressed pick. But that detail is competing with the bodice and my eyes just get confused.

PhotobucketKelly Osbourne in Jenny Packham

I never really love what Kelly wears on the red carpet but this dress is pretty badass. I actually love the red lip with her purple hair. It just works!

PhotobucketJulie Bowen in Johanna Johnson

The fact that this dress is leather makes me love it that much more. The fact that Julie already did jeweled shoulders at last year’s SAG awards is a little disappointing. But overall, I dig this.

PhotobucketJulianne Moore in Chanel Fall 2011 Couture

I’m not sure if it’s legal to hate Chanel couture…but I really don’t like this. The ill-fitting boob area probably doesn’t help the situation either.

PhotobucketJessica Chastain in Alexander McQueen

If you’re going to wear McQueen, WEAR MCQUEEN. It’s like when people buy the plain black patent low heel Christian Louboutins…what’s the point? Regardless, this is too small in the mid-section. Puckering is never a good sign.

PhotobucketJennifer Lawrence in Christian Dior Spring 2013 Couture

Why does she keep picking the most boring pieces from the Dior couture collections? I loved what she wore at all the premieres and parties last year, but the last two major awards shows have been pretty disappointing. This girl better BRING IT for the Oscars. Do you hear me, Jennifer? BRING IT.

Who had your favorite looks of the night? Least favorites? Dish.

Photos via People.com

Comments

  1. Your commentary honestly kills me! Couldn’t agree with you more! I’m definitely over Kelly Osbourne’s purple hair though.

  2. nicole kidman has been pure perfection all award season

    http://bellaconscience.blogspot.com

  3. Kiernan Shipka is 13 and kiiiiind of one of our fashion icons. That’s fine, right?

    Can’t wait for your Oscars red carpet commentary!

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