The Blush Works Fashion Police is here and is very disappointed at what most celebrities wore to the SAG Awards.
Screen Actor Guild Awards ended up being a political undertaking, with the present condition of movement and displaced people on everybody’s minds. Is it not an surprising that white was the most prevalent decision of the night? Regardless of whether it was an intuitive gesture to the suffragist development or a straightforward decisoin, everybody from Meryl Streep to Brie Larson to Viola Davis wore the shades we did not expect them to. Natalie Portman was among the ladies in white, as she proceeds with her dash of ’60s-ish Jackie-style outfits, hitting the cover in a since a long time ago sleeved voluminous Dior high fashion number.
Michelle Williams and her decision in neck adornments were something we really need to highlight. At the Golden Globes it was a Louis Vuitton dark lace, and the previous evening, it was a thin sequin scarf, connected to her outfit by a similar fashioner. She wasn’t the only one in picking unnecessary neck adornments: Thandie Newton’s Schiaparelli Couture piece highlighted a peculiar advanced piece extending from the shoulder.
Yet, all because of uproarious prints, the weird patterns and misrepresented sleeves, we had a great deal of material to work with for the most noticeably bad dressed rundown from Sunday’s SAG Awards.
Here are the top 10 worst looks of the night.