Wins and Fails of the Week: SAG Awards edition

The Ladies of Modern Family

Not only did they win for best ensemble, but the ladies of Modern Family also definitely win for best dressed in my books.

Yet again, Ariel Winter shows up to the red carpet looking so cute and age-appropriate.

Ditto Sarah Hyland who was also looking lovely.

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Fails/Wins of the Week: Golden Globes MEGA Part I

Watching celebrities drink and win glitzy awards while Ricky Gervais pokes fun at them is almost as much fun as analyzing the parade of dresses that happens beforehand. So without further ado, here are our winners and losers of the night.

Suit Up
Have you seen Inception? Then you know that no one looks more dapper in a suit than Mr. Joseph Gordon Levitt.


Christian Bale was either channeling Jesus or really was trying to channel Johnny Depp.

 

And then there’s a personal fave of mine, Colin Firth. Let’s face it, Mr. Darcy does look dashing. Plus, I love him in The King’s Speech.


Baby Bumps and Badgley Mischka
Plenty of babies were on board for this awards show. But who wore it best?
Jane Krakowski in bump-bearing Badgley Mischka and heels?


Natalie Portman looking classy in pink and with a French twist?


Alicia Keys rockin’ the red?


Hairy Scary
I’ll be honest, I’m not a Scar. Jo. fan. Usually, I find her annoying. So I’m a little inclined to hate on her. But c’mon! The hair! The horror! It looks like she left the top down on her car and drove up and down the PCH.


Playing Dress Up
Plenty of ladies decided the red carpet was the perfect time to try out this year’s Halloween costumes.
Halle Berry went as a stripper or high-class call girl.


Michelle Williams channeled her inner ’70s hippie chick. Flower power!

 
Tre Bizarre
I think I have finally figured out the secret to La Meester’s fashion sense. When she’s away from the Gossip Girl set, she tries to dress the complete opposite of fabulously bitchy alter ego Blair Waldorf. But where was my little fashion daredevil’s head? This is so bland and blah in Burberry and the top looks semi-Victorian. When I see the Meest, I want shock and awe, not a snooze fest.


P.S. Love the sparkly shoes though.
In the words of the Fug Girls: SWINTON! Enough said.


Is it sad that I just count Helena Bonham Carter’s Vivian Westwood gown as just more of the usual from her? Except for the mismatched shoes. For those, I tip my hat to you, Queen Mum of the wacky.