Worst Dressed Award
The second I saw Elizabeth Moss I wondered why she would wear an asymmetrical gown with that stunning necklace.
But it appears that the jeweled neckline is built into her Grecian inspired Reem Acra taupe gown.
Between the creases and the draping I just couldn’t love this gown.
Tried To Love It, But Couldn’t Award
I loved this Bottega Veneta Fall 2009 gown on the runway, but I don’t think it works on Leighton Meester at all.
She’s normally edgy on the red carpet, and I agree this is not the place to go edgy but I was just bored by her look, and she looked really bored on the red carpet too.
The only thing I like here is her Bottega Veneta clutch, as her hair and make-up is pretty awful too.
Most Disappointing Award
Kyra Sedgwick is always stunning on the red carpet, but I found it very difficult to love this L’Wren Scott Spring 2010 pink dress.
Kyra and L’Wren Scott often work very well together, but I really didn’t like the pink, nor the embellishments.
It felt too cutesy for a grown woman.
Should’ve Worn A Gown Award
Nothing appealed to me with regards to Mary Louise Parker dress.
Firstly I would’ve preferred her in a gown. Secondly I don’t like the bow on the hip and lastly the two-tone purple is hideous.
Worst Dressed Runner-Up Award
Padma Lakshmi was so close to being voted worst dressed. I just hated that red floral detail on the hip.
It was so unnecessary. Despite that it was a pretty boring Badgley Mischka gown anyway.
Least Flattering Award
I would be surprised if Sarah Silverman ever makes it onto the Best Dressed list, but this gown had great potential.
It’s a great colour on her, but the gown adds at least 15ins to each side of her hips.
How is this a good thing?
Pukey Pink Award
What’s with all the pukey pink gowns on the red carpet.
I know it’s a fresh summer time colour, but I really didn’t think it looked good on Toni Collette.
She is usually one to watch on the red carpet, but the look fails to impress me.
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