Fashion at Writers Guild Awards Is Predictably Unfashionable

It's difficult to hate on the sartorial choices of writers because they typically stay away from the spotlight and tend not to have stylists and/or the attendant glam squad. That being said, everyone at the Writers Guild Awards was outdone by a 12-year-old girl.

Fashion at Writers Guild Awards Is Predictably Unfashionable

The best dressed of the evening weren't writers at all, but three actresses—Ahna O'Reilly, Zooey Deschanel, and Kiernan Shipka—in prints. (Shipka FTW.)

Fashion at Writers Guild Awards Is Predictably Unfashionable

I loved Amanda Peet's pleated, white gown. The sleeves and Peter Pan collar gave it a very '70s soap star feel.

Fashion at Writers Guild Awards Is Predictably Unfashionable

While Lisa Kudrow and Carol Leifer looked refined in their simple LBDs, Breaking Bad writer Moira Walley-Beckett was kind of a mess, with shoes to match her extensions.

Fashion at Writers Guild Awards Is Predictably Unfashionable

I don't know who the fuck Nadeea is so I Googled her and learned that she's a singer that actually nobody else really knows either. However, it's universally understood that she's generally the worst dressed at any given event. (Link NSFW due to areola.)

Fashion at Writers Guild Awards Is Predictably Unfashionable

Brenda Strong, Octavia Spencer, and Amy Poehler all went with light tones.

Fashion at Writers Guild Awards Is Predictably Unfashionable

As far as the writers go, this was as good as it got: Annie Mumolo, Wendy West, Kaui Hart Hemmings.

Fashion at Writers Guild Awards Is Predictably Unfashionable

Yes, Cindy Chupack, the Wenders, and Jane Epenson were all very "yikes"— but the upside is that, despite what they were wearing, so many women writers were in attendance and being recognized for their work.