This Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part I: Red Hot Mommas

8 09 2018


















As if red leopard print wasn’t enough, Tilda goes for matching shoes because there is no such thing as too much.


















The right kind of tiers falling for Salma.  This looks feels young and fresh.

















There’s no wrong time for red sequins.

















Kate goes for an improvised beach coverup that’s a very bold move….



















And then does classic princess.


This Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part II: Printed Party

19 08 2018















Salma goes full out with the Gucci glam in this floral maxi.
















Rose’s stoic stance belies this deeply romantic floral gown.

















Jessica brings a lovely end of summer one shoulder look.

















I’ve been obsessed with Constance’s look all week – the mismatched prints with animal print heels are my new fall look.



















This outfit has raised a bunch of questions for me.  Is the skirt a bigger version of the T?  Are they the same scene but different views?  Why do I love it so much?



















This is what it looks like when confidence goes right over the edge.


















If you’re missing the 80’s at all, here’s a shorts suit to bring it all back but in a trendy way.

This Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part I: Rainbow

19 05 2018

Thandie goes for a Star Wars gown, doubling down on the star wattage.





















Blue lace gives this gown an understated elegance.

















You have to respect the OG red carpet queen who gives the youngsters a run for their money.
















Loving the fresh vibe of this dress and fun pumps.








































Emilia’s regal in purple.





















I love the bejeweled shoulders and deep color of this epic (and probably super comfortable) gown.
















Words to describe this gown: epic, gorgeous, color bright.




















This dress is so happy that it practically does cartwheels.











Diane is going for a soft blue with major drama.

















A spring look for the tough girl.


















I’m not loving Emilia’s peroxide blonde but her purple dress is fun.

















Katie looks like she’s having a Mad Men Betty Draper moment.


















I can’t get enough of Sandy’s whole look.

















Red lace is never a wrong move.


















Like a fine bordeaux in bordeaux, J. Lo ages in reverse.

















Rooooaaarrrr.  Anne’s making a comeback.



This Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part III: Bright Spring

22 04 2018



















I’m loving Thandie’s bold op art jumpsuit.


















Is it a dress?  I’m not sure but I do like the general 70’s vibe here, including the soft bangs.

















Simple but very purple.


















With that mega bow and those shoulders, Naomie’s serving up a strong 80’s feeling here.


















I do love an unexpected green floral.
















Spring tweed is a fun twist.









Giving a new spin to hellbent for leather.

Oscars ’18: Pink & Red Carpet

4 03 2018

















Feeling Viola’s pink perfection.
















This dress washes out Saoirse and feels too mature.















Not sure what’s happening here but there’s too much of it.


















I’m all for menswear but this feels more like “rushed out of a meeting to the red carpet.”

This Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part I: Full Length Drama

3 03 2018
















Tessa’s dress looks like a lot of shimmying fun.

















Salma’s got a tough/chic balance going on.
















Don’t be scared Rooney, your lace/pants combo looks fantastic.

















Kerry brings an impressionistic springtime vibe.
















Wrap it up, Gugu.



















Elizabeth’s gown has a pixel-y look.

















Show off those pleats, Allison.

Baftas ’18: Dark Drama

18 02 2018

















When it doubt, put a flower on it.

















Lupita goes for shapes and structure.

















If you played Cinderella, you can wear a princess dress, in every color.














Jennifer’s gown reminds me of John Singer Sargent portraits.
















Loving the silver detail on Gugu’s gown.

















Gemma’s frilly edges add some flair to her gown.


















Angie is made for a velvet red carpet moment.