It’s really admirable that she eschews the ‘Painted-on face’ look, and often displays a wonderful more natural look.
Wow. A wonderful blend of dress styles.
Hmm… it’s as though she heard me from the last time, and now she has gotten the earrings (almost) right. 😉
Good. The sheer sleeves are an unexpected yet delectable touch.
The dress is good but sadly the top is off. Though it seems to be missing a necklace, that’s not the case as the silver band at the top of the dress is so prominent… bordering on jarring even. Long hair and silver earrings and perhaps a black choker necklace would go a long way toward providing balance to this outfit.
Normally I’m not fond of this type of dress for Red Carpets. However, she squeaks past the post as it’s only the SAG awards.
Oh what could have been:
Michael’s law: “The words tattoos and elegance should never go together in the same sentence.”
Nonetheless, compared to several of her previous outings, this is a welcome improvement!
Wowza. It seems she doesn’t even know how well she has done here. Reds are difficult to pull off on the red carpet, and this dress is simple in terms of fabrication. However, that lightning bolt of pizzazz really electrifies the dress without being garish. One side of the dress is tame, and the other side is wild. Superb contrast. The slit, and her shoes are perfect. Extremely well done. The rest is how she carries it, and my oh my… she does carry it well.
Refreshingly unique, and just the right colour and accessories to look heavenly. Brilliant, just brilliant.
Lovely. It fits so well! … it’s just a tad sombre. She is clearly coming in to her own in terms of style.
Leslie Mann: (right)
Fine, though barren at the top.
… dipped in liquid metal.
Good use of fabric.
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