Here's Maggie Gyllenhaal on the red carpet, wearing a blue Dries Van Noten dress.
I think Maggie looks pretty. That's about it.
I mean, the colors are pretty, the painterly print is semi-pretty, and while her make-up is horrendous, it's overall not too much of a disaster of a red carpet appearance, I guess.
...Hmm.. "not too much of a disaster."
Bitch, this is the Oscars, and you look like you're wearing the first dress handed to you that wasn't offensively ugly.
Couldn't you have looked for just a little while longer? I'm sure you would have found the perfect dress that suited your unconventional beauty while still maintaining a high level of Hollywood glamour.
It's out there, you just have to look for it.
This? Aint it.
...To show you how it's done, here's Rachel McAdams clad in Elie Saab:
Now this is what a "somewhat unconventional, painting-printed" red-carpet gown should look like.
Are the colors a little blah? Yeah, sure.
But when your skin is flawless to the point of almost mimicking a fresh white canvas, you can get away with less-than-popping colors.
It looked like a watercolor painting flowing across the red carpet.
And the bodice? To die.
So pretty. So unexpected.
There were no other dresses on that carpet that looked like this one.
She's A-list in my eyes.
But then, I do wear contacts, so feel free to disagree.