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21.01.18

Entertainment Weekly’s Screen Actors Guild Awards Celebration Red Carpet Roundup

The stars came out in full force for Entertainment Weekly’s Screen Actors Guild Awards Celebration on Saturday (January 20).

Crystal Reed: There’s a lot to love about Crystal’s Dion Lee Spring 2018 look, but the pleated skirt steal the show for me. I love the overlay that gives it a dual-color effect.

Tommy Dorfman: I’ve always been wholly on-board with Tommy’s obvious love of fashion and willingness to experiment, but I literally can’t even with this. I feel like the entire thing is just trying too hard, and is completely unflattering.

Sarah Hyland: This velvet and satin asymmetrical Self Portrait Fall 2017 gown is as fun and perky and Sarah herself. And us usual, Sarah’s hair and makeup team knocked it out of the park.

 

Ashley Madewake: I have to admit, I’ve been on the fence with the fringed cropped pants trend thus far, but Ashley’s Galvan Spring 2017 ‘Toro’ jumpsuit officially has me sold! I love the chic details, and her pin-straight hair is stunning.

Madeline Brewer: I love everything about this look. The Veronica Beard suit is so on point (albeit slightly long), and the buttons down the pant legs is a really striking addition to the power suit trend. Her makeup and hair are always perfectly on-trend and beautiful.

Sophia Bush: I consider Sophia to be a fashion powerhouse and this Diane von Furstenberg Resort 2018 gown embodies why. Despite the lace, the ultra bright color and black underdress actually give this a hard edge, but her Dana Rebecca Designs and EFFY Jewelry choices and floral pumps add a fun feminine edge.

 

Jamie Chung: I love the color and placement of the round sequins on Jamie’s Cushine et Ochs Resort 2018 dress, but the neckpiece strikes me as dated–and not in a good way. The Nicholas Kickwood ‘Leda’ shoes are a dream, and I love them with this dress.

Kimiko Glenn: Unfortunately, everything about this Peter Langner Pantsuit and Top just reads heavy on the petite ‘Orange is the New Black’ actress. The bow, the fabric and the length all just weigh her down. Her Borgioni diamond earrings, Djula dimond ring and MARLI NYC diamond bracelet are delicate and probably the best possible jewelry choices for the ensemble.

Mena Suvari: I’m head-over-heels for Mena’s black eyelet, peek-a-boo Self-Portrait dress (though I do wish it were slightly shorter), and the metallic purple clutch and gold pumps are really fun styling choices to wear with the look.

 

Tamera Mowry: There’s no denying that cobalt is Tamera’s color, and she looks flawless in this Jovani gown, but why are we still doing cowl necks? They date any look, and age any woman. Her Simran Rihal ‘Etoile’ clutch and coral lip are striking pops of color with the dress.

Logan Browning: It’s the details that make the ‘Dear White People’ actress’s Coach dress here–the baby blue accents and bow details are both retro-inspired and fun. Her velvet Neil J Rodgers shoes are the perfect choice for the ensemble.

Laura Marano: Disney stars love nothing more than to grow up, and Laura is certainly working towards it with this dramatic gown. I love the color and the ‘print’ effect created by the sequins, but I can’t help but feel that she would have been better served wearing something not quite so matronly.

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