Dread Carpet: Emmys 2014 … still dreadful

I love Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks – her hair, her slightly retro and in your face design sense. But this …. eh.

Dress by Marchesa (would love to hear the Project Runway judges dissect the lace doily on the side and the pageant look of the one shoulder thing), and jewels by Neil Lane. Those are some door knocker earrings – yay for earrings! Boo for those earrings with that dress! And there is also apparently a pair of bracelets of some size I haven’t been able to really make out. Probably for the best.

So yeah … either the doily thing … or the earrings … or the bracelets … or maybe black.

Yeah, that’s it. Black.

Christina Hendricks Emmys 2014

2 thoughts on “Dread Carpet: Emmys 2014 … still dreadful

  1. Right on…The look is disjointed and unappealing! Have a great day…Anna

    IntoTemptation…..jewellery musings wrote: > WordPress.com > intotemptation posted: “I love Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks – her > hair, her slightly retro and in your face design sense. But this …. > eh. Dress by Marchesa (would love to hear the Project Runway judges > dissect the lace doily on the side and the pageant look of the one shou” >

    1. It’s gotten to the point where I’m not even that interested in seeing what celebs are wearing to these events. Things tend to be either safe and pretty (Alison Williams) or WTF (Lena Dunham) or just really uninspired and … beige. It’s an amazing opportunity to really rock a look and so few do it, even with access to stylists and designers and jewels. I guess their feeling is that it’s better to either be in the best dressed category or ignored rather than be vilified online. Shame.

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