Monday, June 27, 2011

Fashion Monday Madness

It's the start of another week and I can't believe how fast the summer is going.  It's going to be firework day in a week along with my first time participating in a blog hop....Skyrockets In Flight, taking place July 4th-10th.  So be on the lookout for that!  And now to our weekly look at what the celebs call fashion....

The Good....

Liv Tyler looks sleek and stylish in this dual-colored cocktail dress that highlights her figure nicely.  The hair is perfectly coiffed and the minimal accessories are a perfect choice.  She looks simply perfect.

Helen Mirren shows that age and beauty go together beautifully in this age appropriate, yet youthful-looking gown.  The silver coloring of the dress goes perfect with her hair coloring.  The fit shows off her well-toned figure and the hint of sparkle throughout the dress gives a glow to her complexion.  No wonder the Queen made her Dame.  Looking as regal as she does makes me want to bow down to her in awe.

The Bad....

Nicki Minaj once again makes a statement, and not a good one, in this thrift store nightmare.  Every conceivable pattern is represented in her ensemble with all of them working against each other, and us, to look like a billboard for the 80's.

Emily Browning is looking frumpy in this grandma-looking sweater that's been stretched one time too many.  The sparkly embellishments make even more of a fashion statement...that being that she'll be safe at night due to her reflective wardrobe.  This is pretty much a school girl gone wrong outfit.

The Ugly....

On the Big Bang Theory Kaley Cuoco's character's always making fun of the boys for their poor clothing choices.  Well, take a look in the mirror, because this ill-fitting and baggy jumpsuit is highlighting all the wrong things.  From the too-long pantlegs to the awkwardly-draped hippage, she looks like she belongs on the set of a 70's sci-fi movie playing Queen Yawn.

Fergie appears to be having an identity crisis with the Copacabana-inspired jacket that only a Medieval poet could love, or Barry Mannilow.  When I look at those sleeves I can't help but think about a stewardess saying..."In the event of an emergency this can be used as a flotation device".  Do you think that's the case here?  Has she chosen safety over style?

That's a wrap for today!  Are you wanting to run out and own any of these outfits or are you looking for a garbage can?  Sound off below.


  1. If Kaley's was a dress instead of a pants-suit I think it would have been stunning.

  2. You're right, that might be an improvement. I still think the fit is horrible though since the hip and upper leg areas look unflattering. Plus, I'm not a big fan of jumpsuits. They had their time and shouldn't have come back.

    Thanks so much for your comment!