Michelle Williams is a standout from head to toe in this bright red gown with a bit of lace. The length of the dress works beautifully to keep it from being stepped on and more actresses should go with this hemline too. Her short 'do always enhances her porcelain doll complexion that doesn't need much make-up. She looks stylish and sweet and definitely gives off a Marilyn vibe even now.
This dress worn by Kaley Cuoco is one that's definitely a love it or hate it ensemble. I love it's fresh color and the draping of the bodice is very flattering. The skirt is a conversation piece with its billowing, cloud-like style and she looks cool as ice in it. The only thing I'd change is the Heidi-like braided hairdo, it's a bit overly done.
Kristen Wiig is known for her comedy but looks overly somber in this blandly colored gown with it's baggy line. The studded dog collar does nothing to help the situation except make me want to send her to the dog house for wearing this disappointing outfit.
Glee's Amber Riley is practically swimming in bows and lace in this overly-embellished cocktail dress. The adornments completely overwhelm her and make her figure look even larger. The hair too is overly done and add to this drunken mess of a cocktail dress.
Zoe Saldana looks positively matronly in another overly embellished gown. Too many swaths of crystals at the waist and neckline, along with the tiny diamond disco balls along the hem make for a Bedazzled nightmare.
Rose Byrne continues the glitter-fest in this wedding cake-inspired jumpsuit. All the embellishments make for a weighty outfit that completely overwhelms her tiny stature. The 70's style, along with the blunt bob, harken back to a bygone era that should have stayed in the past.
That's it for this week, time to roll up the Red Carpet, and leave you to comment below. Let me know what you think of these choices and join me again next week for more fashion fun.