The Good: I know, right? It's hard not to be a Rumer Willis skeptic, and inquiring minds could probably ask why she's dressed like she's going to a debutante ball somewhere south of the Mason-Dixon, but she looks pretty! The jury was out until the very last second on Katherine McPhee's blouse, but overall the silhouette works. This month's Nylon cites Morticia Addams as a style icon (in fairness it also cites Mrs. Roeper and the kid from Silver Spoons but whatever.) Apparently Monet Mazur read this, too.
The Bad: Doesn't Emma Stone look like Michelle Monaghan's little sister? The lace inserts take this frock into "Bad." Jessica Szohr's look seems to walk an uncomfortable line between thrown-on denim and dressed-up evening denim. If you look at Anna Faris' dress from a number of angles, you see that the bodice kind of stands away from the body in a way that's perhaps intended to be architectural but is kind of like the part of Circle of Friends where Benny/Minnie Driver says, "Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I look like the prow of a ship!"
The Ugly: It's nice that Lisa Origliasso and Jessica Origliasso of the Veronicas are so close. Although maybe a little distance would be useful, sartorially speaking.
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