Celebs, Dresses, Fashion

the horror of cannes

May 26, 2010

i couldn’t just stick to 5 looks. there was definitely more bad than good at cannes 2010.

is she wearing a diaper?

classy women like juliette binoche should stick to classy clothes. here she wears a weird, harem pant-tuxedo jumper hybrid. it is awful.

too much volume?

marion collard looks like she’s carrying ‘alien’s’ baby under that thing.

happy feet.

in my world, rachel bilson will always be summer. and in summer’s world, this outfit would never cut it.


supermodels get it so wrong sometimes. karolina looks like she had a fight with someone who was crochet-ing and tripped and fell into a paper shredder.

i don't understand

speaking of summer, remember marissa cooper? remember when marissa cooper was a stunner? then she turned all looney. and started dressing like this. this dress is so ill-fitting, i don’t even know what to say. and her make-up looks like it was done by her…in the dark….under the influence. zombie bride anyone?

when diane messes up, she messes up bad.  there are about a million things going on with this dress. there’s the double tones, the chiffon overlay, the bow, the shoulders….to top it off the dress makes diane look like she has the shoulders of an nfl player.

and now, as my internet dies (!) i have to end this post.  boo. i still had 4 pictures. but technology fails me once again.

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  • B May 26, 2010 at 4:14 PM

    It’s uncanny how most of the horrible dresses are black and white.

    • pink255 May 27, 2010 at 2:24 AM

      i thought so too when i was posting. i guess since black and white is so basic, people feel they can take more risk with the cut/silhouette, as we see from the pictures above, that idea backfires most of the time.

      i think its ok to take risks with silhouettes and ultra daring cuts, but your outfit should ALWAYS flatter your body type, not look cheap or merge too many trends together – which is what most of these outfits are guilty of

  • B May 28, 2010 at 10:14 AM

    Spot on analysis!