So let's take a look, shall we? The pictures are after the jump.
|Ashley Bell in Club Monaco|
This is definitely a cute dress and well-suited for the occasion. It fits her properly and doesn't look at all bridal. A bit more jewelry might have helped finish off the look.
|Alexys Nycole Sanchez|
Everything, from the flower in her hair to her dress to her shoes is perfect for the occasion. I love the dress on her. If only women two and three times her age could dress as well as she does here.
If you're going to wear a metallic tube top, make sure it doesn't sag. The skirt fits but the top doesn't work quite as well.
|Beth Littleford in H&M|
The dress is just a bit snug around the hips but makes her boobs look awesome. Either those grey shoes or those black tights have got to go.
|Cameron Diaz in Phillip Lim|
Those are some mighty long legs there, even with those thick ankle straps. I don't know what I think about super-short romper shorts and high heels but I don't think it's a look I especially like.
|Blake Lively in Michael Kors|
With its narrow shoulders this dress makes her look pear-shaped. It's a great colour but I don't understand why she would want to make her hips look wider than they are. At least her shoes are awesome.
|Liz Lee in Twenty Cluny|
I don't love the look of leather dresses with combat boots but it works for her. It's an upscale version of what she might otherwise wear but it's still edgy. Love the teal streak in her hair.
|Lenay Dunn in Alice + Olivia|
Are Grecian-type dresses on the way out? Maybe. This one is cute and fits her. The shoulder strap ties belong more on a beach than they do a red carpet.
I want to reach through the screen and twist the dress so that the side panel sits more on the side than the middle. Between the ruching and the side panel location, she looks deformed.
|Nicole Dabeau in Sayla Rachel Gilbert|
Why did she take a perfectly good knee-length dress with triangular waist panels at the waist and hike it up so that the panels sit under her boobs? I don't understand these people.
|Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Dolce & Gabbana|
She must have been so determined to wear tiger stripes that she was even willing to wear long sleeves to a June event. Rawr.
|Emma Stone in Bottega Veneta|
I love this look. Everything from the lace itself to the ruffle to the belt to the satin under-dress to the shape of the bustier to the bag to the shoes to the hair is flattering and gorgeous.
|Elle Fanning in Dolce & Gabbana|
She looks like she's both trying to make herself look younger, with the romper with bloomer shorts, and older, with the tall wedge shoes. I feel weird looking at this. It's creepy.
If only she'd worn the right size, she'd look awesome. As it is, it's too tight around the tummy and those boobs are trying their best to spring free.
Those are some super-long legs. And some super-long feet. Plus a whole lot of fringe.
When she moves I imagine that she sparkles brilliantly. Standing still she's less dazzling, especially because her ruffles match her skin colour. Less matchy-matchy shoes would have made this look more interesting.
|Brooklyn Decker in No.21|
If she were a few months pregnant this dress would give plenty of room for the expanding belly; as it is, she just looks like she could be pregnant and wearing a sequinned dress complete with tucked-in bib.
|Nikki Reed in Heather|
I'm in love with the bodice. I only like the skirt because it seems that the chiffon overskirt is an afterthought. Would it be better with shorts underneath? or a longer underskirt? or a shorter one?
|Lily Collins in Dolce & Gabbana|
If you're going to wear an animal print, this is one good way to wear it. It's cute, fits her well, and the colours work for her. Now, if only she'd worn some more flattering shoes.
|Julia Jones in Stella McCartney|
I didn't like this at first but the more i look at it, the more I like it. Except for those shoes, which, the more I look at them, the more I dislike them. I might like this more if she'd worn a belt.
|Kayla Ewell in J. Crew|
What an adorable dress! It would be a bit better with nice flipflops than super-high heels (although I'm quite in love with those shoes).
|Jessica Szohr in Alice + Olivia|
People on the interwebs think this looks awful but I like it. It could use a black belt to bring in the waist and add some visual interest but the fabric and style are interesting and appropriate for the occasion.
|Tinsel Korey in Aurelio Costarella|
There's not a whole lot of dress there to critique. I love the shoulder straps and bodice and I love the hem. The stiff in the middle - what little there is of it - is a little plain.
|Amber Lancaster in Jad Ghandour|
This galactic uniform is perfect: the shoulders are big and square and military-looking, and her boob-weapons are ready to spring free at a moment's notice. Pow! Pow!
|Holland Roden in Jad Ghandour|
Why carry a shawl when you can wear a mullet skirt? The skirt is easier to carry (if less attractive) than a shawl and can keep a person almost as warm.
|Shay Mitchell in Ines di Santo|
Here's a dress that fits, is a good colour, and seems right for the occasion. While she doesn't need many accessories, a bag or some jewelry would have finished this look.
|Kristen Stewart in Balmain|
Has the world as we know it come to an end? She's smiling! The dress has safety pins on it which suits her style. I don't think she means to show off her bra on the right there but at least it matches her shoes.
Alyson Michalka in Ramy Brook
There's just too much fabric here: she looks like she's being swallowed up by yards and yards of fabric. The extra ruffles and panels and the string belt don't improve the look.
|Leighton Meester in Balmain|
There are very few people who would choose to wear something that makes them look like a rectangle. A sparkly rectangle, but a rectangle nonetheless. Maybe she was feeling bloated?
|Chelsea Handler in Lanvin|
While the dress fits, it's not as flattering as it could be with the wide shoulders, cowl neck, snug fit, and allover ruching. Of course her messy hair does nothing to elevate this dress to the red carpet.
|Aimee Teegarden in Alice + Olivia|
Many people didn't like this because of the crazy colours but I love it. The stripes are interesting, the colour combination is unusual, and the style is cute and fun. It's really perfect for the occasion.
|Troian Bellisario in Christoforos Kontentos|
Oooh, this dress is adorable! The neckline and sleeves are especially flattering. She must be a tiny little thing, though, because she's made her hair so tall.
|Shaun Robinson in Nicole Miller|
At first I liked this dress but then I looked at it more closely and I realized that the bodice appears to be slipping down. And those shoes are too heavy.
|Louise Roe in Louise Roe for HSN|
While I like this style of dress in real life because it's got volume and is flowy, in the picture she has no waist. And those leopard-spotted booties aren't something I find all that attractive.
I am in love with this skirt with the stripes and chevrons and pleats... it's awesome. The top is plain but it's a perfect counterpoint to the skirt.
Without that print all we'd see is her boobs so I guess we should all be happy that the dress is made of this printed fabric. The style would be lovely in a solid colour.... if it wasn't trying to cover those sagging boobs of hers.
Although she looks a little like she's been out strolling all day, I rather like this whimsical maxi-dress. What is it with the messy hair?
Yes, she's wearing a leather apron and combat boots. But she's not stylish in the usual sense; she has her own style and she stays true to it. Besides, she's wearing leather.... and that's like dressing up, right?
photo credits: zimbio.com