Badly Dressed in 2012’s Metropolitan Costume Institute Gala


The Met Costume Institute Gala 2012

The recently concluded “The Metropolitan Costume Institute Gala” took place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Temple of Dendur in honor for the late Alexander Mcqueen.

Hollywood celebrities, fashion models, well known designers joined the gala clad with their fashion jewelry, designer clothes and a fully made up, sophisticated self. We know for a fact that all of them definitely made their best to look not perfect but beautiful and we have seen the results of their efforts, but there are still some whom for me missed.

Here are some of the badly dressed artists on my opinion.

On the first spot, love her hate her, Twilight’s star Kristen Stewart. I love her dress really, specially it’s a Balenciaga, I just don’t like the way she carry it, plus on the photo she looks (out of words) I don’t know where she is looking, and I don’t think that’s a smile she’s wearing but a smirk. Sorry Twilight fans, as I’ve said this are all my own opinion.

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Next, Easy A star Emma Stone, (I love her in that movie by the way). Well she looks like a kid, but the dress is like a 3rd grader designed it for her, or a dress for a third grader (not from me, I’ve read some comments). As for me she’s too old for something like that, she’s so pretty to be caught wearing a dress that seems she owned years ago, when she was still six.

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Then there is Florence Welch of Florence and the Machines wearing a Alexander McQueen. I just don’t like it for her, period.

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Sarah Jessica Parker is caught wearing a, was that a table cloth or a kitchen’s curtain? (Again not from me but from the comments I’ve read), But, aw shocks the prints looks like our shower curtain.

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Chloe Sevigny wear something that looks like cd’s combined together to produce an over the top ugly dress, and the shoes are to die for, I mean what the heck, turn it upside down and it will remind you of a microphone. And she really did prepare, she even over sleep so there she go straight to the party. (Comments are not from me although I really don’t like her style)

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January Jones dress reminds me of Transformers bumble bee. It was like at one point the dress will slip off and transform. And her necklace is so off.

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Anja Rubik wears an Anthony Vaccarello dress and the first thing I noticed was her hip bones, it was strutting out, maybe I just don’t like boney women, but oh well that her job, she is being paid to be a skeleton.

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Lily Collins of  Mirror Mirror, too sweet for her age, for gods sake she 23 (not mine), she looks like she still haven’t recovered from Snow White (again not mine but I do agree)

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Well anyway, do you agree with my list? Did you enjoy being a critic yourself? These fashion icons are not fashion icons if they can’t dress well even with rags and carry themselves even better. I am also sure that you, same as me loves mimicking them, looking up to them as our models and surely most of us cant afford such expensive designer pieces so why not try going on sale’s and night markets, wholesale women’s shoes, clothes, jewelries and all celebrity inspired at affordable prices.

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