The On-Screen Style Awards
BEST-DRESSED BABY BUMP
Whether swathed in snakeskin prints or flattering wrap dresses, character on Modern Family has had quite the sexy maternity wardrobe this season. Sidebar: Could Gloria be the inspiration behind Kim Kardashian’s recent looks?
MOST BADASS AVIATORS
We were so blown away by Jessica Chastain’s turn as a CIA agent in Zero Dark Thirty that we were glued to our seats even after the credits started rolling. But once we did get up, we ran to buy a pair of these sunnies with the hopes of looking a bit more like her.
MOST OVER-THE-TOP DRESS
If incredibly voluminous, off-the-shoulder, ruffled dresses with hoop skirts and a print that looks like bathroom wallpaper ever come back in style, we’ll have Mary Todd Lincoln, played by Sally Field, to thank.
BEST USE OF A CURLING IRON
Bet Tommy Lee Jones never thought he’d walk away with this award, but he was a shoo-in after we saw the perfectly coifed wig he wore as Thaddeus Stevens in Lincoln.
GLASSES WE'LL MISS THE MOST
had her hair, Hannah Horvath has her nakedness and 30 Rock’s Liz Lemon has her specs. As much a part of her character as her wit, her dance moves and her love of Sabor de Soledad cheese puffs, Tina Fey’s glasses have gotten enough screen time to earn their own SAG card.
Other stars would’ve insisted on wearing a wig to portray the ailing Fantine in Les Misérables, but not . The star bravely chopped off all of her hair and admitted that the supershort do made her look “like my gay brother.”
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MANSCAPING
The competition was stiff this year, so we had to call a three-way tie among Daniel Day-Lewis as Lincoln, in Les Mis and , who said his Argo facial hair was “hated in my home.”
ENSEMBLE AWARD FOR HATS
We haven’t wanted to be British (and therefore, have the excuse to wear elegant toppers) this badly since the royal wedding. Which is why the cast of Downton Abbey easily wins this honor.