Tuesday, May 8, 2012

"WORST AND MOST HIDEOUS" AT THE 2012 MET GALA

Ok, we already spoke about who where the most stylish ladies at this year's Met Gala. I mean there where many other stylish ladies but this one's where the one's that really caught my attention. Where there's a best there's also a worst and let's not forget the most hideous. So here's a list of ladies I thought could've made a better effort. Interesting how The Metropolitan Museum of Art was celebrating the opening of Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada and some of the worst dressed ladies at the Gala where wearing Prada. 



Mary Kate Olsen in The Row
Absolutely scary


Emma Stone in Lanvin
Simply ridiculous


Sara Jessica Parker in Valentino
Makes her look like a mormon


Jessica Biel in Prada
I might've been influenced by her hideous hair do 


Eva Mendez in Prada
Horrible and blah even though it's Prada and I love Prada


M.I.A in Stella McCartney
I don't know what to say about this: lunch in Miami perhaps?


Kristen Stewart in Balenciaga
This dress is so unflattering in so many ways


Chloe Sevigny in Prada
At least Chloe was trying to honor Prada


MOST HIDEOUS


Elizabeth Banks in Mary Katrantzou
WHAT!!! REALLY!!!


Florence Welch in Alexander McQueen
I know she's a musician and she loves dramatic statements but I don't like it


Christina Ricci in Takoon 
I don't think this dress is thaaaaaat ugly but I do think there's a whole lot of dress and too little Christina. Too much for her petite size


Coco Rocha in vintage Givenchy
She really did take color blocking to a whole other lever


Bianca Brandolini D'Adda
She's like a mix between Cleopatra and a superhero 


















Pin It

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is probably your funniest post. It's not about the pictures, but the way you describe them.

Maria Cristina Acquaroni said...

Lol! Thank's

And3 said...

I must say I disagree about two styles: Emma Stone and Florence Welch, I like them both, specially Florence´s given that A. McQueen is about being extravagant. Besides that, I think that some dresses should be used in a different context