WORTH THE GAMBLE?
From bold color choices to interesting dress silhouettes, these are the polarizing red carpet looks you’ll be discussing all day Monday.
The Big Little Lies star switched up her style by eschewing a glamorous gown for a sleek silk Stella McCartney double-breasted tuxedo dress. Did her power suit make for a power move?
Sarah plucked her Carolina Herrera gown straight from the runway, but its puffy sleeves might convince anyone that it came from an ’80s archive.
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Evan’s been continuously sporting suits on the red carpet, but this time, she went bold by playing up proportions in her three-piece Jeremy Scott tux featuring a teeny tiny jacket and extra wide-leg pants.
Issa’s asymmetrical custom Vera Wang Collection gown came with two unattached sleeves that could either look totally incomplete or completely cool. That’s for you to decide!
If there’s a trail of black feathers down the carpet, you will most likely find Keri at the end of it in her J. Mendel gown.
Does her black-and-white tulle gown have you smiling, or in tiers?
She debuted a new hairstyle to go with her old favorite silhouette: a curve-hugging, exaggerated mermaid gown.
The Silicon Valley star’s balances risqué (so sheer!) and modest (those long sleeves) touches, leading to a style statement that was decidedly mixed.
Her column velvet Alberta Ferretti is so sleek and classic. Are the origami ruffles exciting, or overkill?
If Natalia gets sleepy during the ceremony, her skirt can double as a comforter for a quick catnap.
Highlighter green is a hard hue to pull off, but when it’s featured on a dress with an oversize bow at the waist, it makes it all the more polarizing.