Amy Adams: The actress kept it simple and luncheon-chic in a rich, forest-green Oscar de la Renta dress paired with Azza Fahmy chandelier earrings as her main source of embellishment.
Regina King: This ballet-pink Prada dress was undoubtedly precious. But, it struck me as just a bit too twee for Regina.
Yalitza Aparicio: Yalitzia was also wearing a Prada frock that was slightly less precious, which is a good thing in this case. I found its retro silhouette a nice counterbalance to all that signature embellishment, too.
Glenn Close: Lovely in lavender, Glenn gave us a new look at menswear-inspired tailoring with this Alexander McQueen suit.
Melissa McCarthy: I love this midnight-navy Jonathan Simkhai frock on Melissa; the ruffled sleeves and hem make it flirty and the tonal waist seaming enhances the hourglass for an even more flattering look. But, what endears me to the ensemble most are her bright, coral-orange mules. Alison Lou earrings completed the outfit.
Laura Dern: Laura’s looks don’t always resonate, but I think this Proenza Schouler dress was a good effort from the actress. The bauble accents added that special, cool factor that her looks seek out — without venturing into overdone territory.
Marina de Tavira: I can see where Marina was going with a softer, romantic quality, but I don’t think the muted colours, the unstructured fit, or the boudoir silk effect of this Gucci studded dress really worked.
Linda Cardellini: This Monique Lhuillier Spring 2019 lace party frock also trended to the twee side. But, some of that youthful sweetness was mitigated by the sleek black and white palette and the simple sandals.