Julianne Hough is crazy talented and craaaaaazy beautiful (seriously, those bright blue eyes make me question my sexuality). She also usually makes really fun, flattering fashion choices, so her decision to wear this shiny, salmon-colored, high-waisted, cropped pantsuit is baffling me almost as much as her decision to date Ryan Seacrest. [Photo: Splash News]
On the one hand, Rita Ora’s neon sweatsuit looks so comfortable that I’m kind of jealous I’m not wearing it right now. On the other hand, she paired it with red lipstick and high heels, which totally defeats the purpose of a super comfortable sweatsuit. But on the third, most important hand (I only bring out my secret third hand for very important occasions), despite the fancy accessories, she’s still wearing a neon sweatsuit in public. [Photo: Splash News]
I’m just gonna leave this here. Think of it as my Valentine’s Day gift to you.
Poor Ginnifer Goodwin. Why is she wearing what appears to be the losing look from a “Project Runway” uniform challenge? The shorts are a great length, but everything else, from the style of the blazer to the garish royal blue to the piping — oh the piping! She may be at an event for Listerine, but this outfit is nothing to smile about. [Photo: INF Daily]
Isabel Lucas is a regular freakin’ fashion plate, but that doesn’t exempt her from falling victim to a textbook case of runway looks not translating well in real life. This minidress seemed paler, floatier, more ethereal when it was marched down the Christian Dior catwalk back in September; photographed on Isabel at the opening of Dior’s new Sydney store, the bright colors and reflective material just kind of, well, flop. Maybe it has something to do with the Aussie actress’s super-tan complexion, or the harsh lighting of paparazzi flashbulbs, or both. Regardless, Isabel deserves points for trying — that is one difficult dress.
Yes, Christina Milian is wearing mom jeans and a leather harness and what appears to be half of a shirt, but I would gladly overlook all of that if it weren’t for those monstrous stiletto booties she’s teetering around on. As if the 6-inch (maybe 7 inches, actually–those things are hiiiiigh) heels weren’t anxiety-inducing enough, they’re also covered in spikes, as if to guarantee that the inevitable tumble will draw blood. Christina, I love you, but your shoes are giving me a panic attack. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]