Meryl Streep In Stella McCartney – 2014 SAG Awards

Meryl Streep In Stella McCartney - 2014 SAG Awards

Meryl Streep joined the star-studded list at the 2014 SAG Awards, hosted Saturday night (January 18) at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.

The outstanding leading role nominee for ‘August: Osage County’ wore a Stella McCartney Fall 2013 black, off-the-shoulder dress with contrasting, sheer linear design.

As usual, she failed to really impress on the red carpet. While this trend-forward look had a cool breeziness, I was missing the elegance here that Meryl would wear so well. The frock was ultimately compromised by a lack of structure and a too-casual vibe for the spirit of the Screen Actors Guild evening.

Black peep-toe heels, a satin Christian Louboutin ‘Plitz’ clutch and gold cuffs and earrings did nothing to remedy the situation.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

18 thoughts on “Meryl Streep In Stella McCartney – 2014 SAG Awards

        1. EmmaWoodhouse

          Me too, actually! First thing that popped into my head. One of her worst looks ever and that’s saying something.

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  1. msd

    It’s Meryl, she can wear whatever she wants to wear. (Yes I know this is a fashion blog but that’s how I always feel)

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  2. arang

    I love Meryl Streep and I don’t mind that she seemingly doesn’t angst over red carpet looks. (I mean, she’s MERYL STREEP, so who cares?!). But this does seem oddly inconsistent with her usual style. And not really flattering at all, unfortunately.

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    1. Serenity

      I feel similarly about Meryl–as in ‘she gets a pass because she’s Meryl friggin Streep’. But, I do agree also, that this is an odd choice, even for her. She has done better for sure, as recently as the Critic’s Choice Awards, even. Oh well, like I said, ‘she’s Meryl friggin Streep’!

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    2. the ogre

      +2

      But what can I say? She’s Meryl Streep. She doesn’t have a point to prove, I guess. But this I don’t understand. This is beyond what she generally has to offer fashion-wise. But then, who cares?

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