If there is one show that I can do without during Awards Season, it's the SAG Awards. First off, after working in advertising for 5 years, I hate SAG. Second, who is home on a Saturday night to watch?
And third, it is right before the greatest show of fashion of the season--The Grammys.
So, instead of totally ignoring SAG, like I want to do, I will nip that negative spirit in the bud by only showcasing the BEST of the BEST in both SAG and Grammy fashion. After all, I've been doing this for a few years now--I think we all know who I would judge as the worst (Ahem! Lorde as Wednesday Adams anyone? Kerry's SAG Skirt/Shirt disaster?)
The SAGs brought me some surprising best-dressed this year but, isn't that what the red carpet is about?
I know everyone is all like, Lupita Lupita but, didn't Reese just rock a super similar frock at The Oscars? I like original and Claire Danes in Vionnet is exactly that.
Michelle Dockery knows classic. And this dress, is classic beauty mixed with menswear-inspired fierceness.
Emilia Clarke has been workin' it this Awards Season and the SAGs were no different.
Amy Adams finally decided to bring it out for her amazing performance in American Hustle.
Now for the Grammys...
No. I wasn't as obsessed with Tay Tay in Gucci as the rest of the World. To me it felt a little old, and lets get real she dated a Jonas Brother and wrote a song about it, mature is something she is not. Who was I obsessed with, you might ask?
I mean, did you really think I wasn't going to acknowledge her banging body in this gorgeous white lace frock? She looked to-die and when her and Jay took the stage- I seriously had a heart attack on my couch.
Colbie Caillat was one of my favorite moments.
Chrissy Teigen was literally Rebecca Rabbit in Gold.
She is a sex symbol and works it hard but, yet is so well put together and fierce that it doesn't manage to look slutty. I loved it.
Ciara and her Goodies.
Overall 2014 carpet fashion has not disappointed. Although I missed crazy ass Ke$ha and my girl Ri-Ri on the carpet, I was mildly entertained by Kitty Purry's awful cotton ball of music and Pharrel's hat. I'd vote that a success.
Until next time...