Uptight Workaholic is Taught How to Live and Love by Dashing Asshole The Ugly Truth premiered last night at Hollywood's ArcLight Cinemas. And the clothes that Katherine, Gerard and various supportive stars wore were better than the movie deserves, methinks.
I love the antiqued look of Katherine Heigl's chiffon, and also the 1890s feel of the draped skirt. Indeed, I'd say the gown is classier and more original than anything in the movie!
It's nice of Kate Walsh to represent - both Katherine and, apparently, Talbots! I jest. Actually, she probably pulls off this Preppy Handbook homage as well as anyone could - and looks kind of spiffy!
I love the contrast between Venus Williams' caftan of yesterday and this sleek little peach. I especially like that she's showing off her curves!
Wow, Mimi Michaels is really working the fairy princess thing!
I can barely concentrate on Nina Bergman's getup with this intense sexyface staring at me. And yes, she's doing it in every picture.
Terri Seymour looks crisp, comfy, and natural. And must feel totally self-conscious as a result.
I'll be curious to hear what you think about Jewel's throwback. I can't get away from the thought that I like it...on her.
This makes so much sense! Serena Williams is a bombshell!
As Bonnie Somerville knows, when in doubt, an LBD always works.
She relayed this cunning secret to Anna Faris.
Bree Turner's dress looks like it's covered in broken glass. This looks dangerous. And I can't get past that.
Major props to Jennifer Morrison for shopping her closet, but as this shows, not all shifts are made to be belted! (This is something about which I feel strongly.)
Yvette Nicole Brown looks easy, breezy, lovely, and happy about all that.
Roselyn Sanchez' dress kind of reminds me of when Flora, Fauna and Merriwether try to make Briar Rose a dress without magic. "It looks awful." "That's because it's on you, dear."
Deidre Hall is ready for a cruise! Cue the Love Boat theme. Now. Do it.
Clearly Rachel Harris doesn't care that I want her to start owning her glasses and wearing them on the red carpet. Fine. Whatever. Do what you want. I don't care.
And for your sins....
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