Best & Worst: Fashion at the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

The SAG Awards had a much better crop of fashion than the Golden Globes, as far as I’m concerned. See my picks for best, worst and who wore what!


Lea Michele arriving at 17th Annual SAG Awards

A far cry from her over-decorated, too-much-to-handle bubblegum-pink mess at the Golden Globes, Lea Michele wore Oscar de la Renta again to the SAG awards. She looked glam and glowing, and belts were a clear trend on the SAG red carpet, something to be aware of this spring!

Eva Longoria headed to the cocktail reception during the 17th Annual SAG Awards

Eva Longoria lightened up (she wore black to the Golden Globes, and looked stunning then as well) in an off-white plunging neckline dress by Georges Hobeika to present with

The very unglamous seams on Longoria's flesh-colored mesh!

Lea Michele’s Glee co-star Cory Monteith. Another trend to be aware of: plunging necklines…and apparently off-white! Longoria’s one faux-pas was posing with her hands on her hips (see left) where you could spot the strange seams on the flesh-covered mesh keeping her dress on.

Mila Kunis arriving at the 17th Annual SAG Awards

Mila Kunis must’ve gotten a tip-off from her stylist that Angelina Jolie wasn’t wearing red to the SAG awards (she didn’t even show up) and she made an excellent choice by wearing it. Her stunning Alexander McQueen dress was also belted and had a glamorous but bohemian tie-dye effect.

Kim Kardashian arriving at the 17th Annual SAG awards

First and foremost–since when is Kim Kardashian a member of SAG? Is she an actress now? Ahhh, so Keeping Up With The Kardashians is scripted. Gotcha. Anyways, as much as I can’t stand her faux-actor persona (hello, did you see her crying over her nakie W photoshoot on KUWTK the other night? Such fake crocodile tears! She loves being naked.) I love Kimmie K and her Marchesa dress was absolutely stunning.

Hilary Swank arriving at the 17th Annual SAG Awards

Stunning once again was Hilary Swank, who somehow always seems to impress me. She always looks classy, fresh and gorgeous and the SAG awards were no exception. Swank donned a one-shoulder, champagne-colored Versace gown with embellishment and gorgeous draping. Her whole look was super glamorous, as usual. Find out how to recreate Swank’s gorgeous SAG hair here!

Angie Harmon arriving at the 17th Annual SAG Awards

My favorite, favorite, favorite dress of the night goes to the stunning Angie Harmon! Here stunning Monique Lhuillier gown takes the cake and she had an insanely gorgeous glow to match. Find out how to achieve the Harmon’s glow here!


Natalie Portman the 17th Annual SAG Awards

I hate to do this to the poor, preggo, SAG award-winner Natalie Portman for a second time, but her award show maternity-look flopped once again. I’m more than disappointed with someone who is usually one of my favorite fashion stars, even though this Azzaro dress had a leg up on the Viktor & Rolf pink satin sheet with over-sized Valentine’s Day brooch that she wore to the Golden Globes. Poor girl didn’t even get to red carpet without getting all wrinkled in this number…and I can’t imagine this dress was comfortable. Please Nat, I beg of you…have this baby soon, because it’s ruining your fashion sense!

Christina Hendricks arriving at the 17th Annual SAG Awards

Oh, Christina Hendricks…where do I begin? Usually one of my favorites, Hendricks disappointed me with her overly “goth” look in this L’Wren Scott glittery, lacy mess. Hendricks did sport the low neckline trend, so I’ll give her that much (except for that she’s always showing off her girls, so it doesn’t actually count) but the whole look made her appear ghostly, and her heavy makeup was too much for this dark mess of a dress.

Cara Buono arriving at the 17th Annual SAG Awards

It wasn’t the night for the ladies of Mad Men. Cara’s dress would’ve been fine by me if the intricate pleating had continued, but it looks like J.Mendel gave up at the hips. The ugly rosette-style fashion-vomit ruined this perfectly fine dress, because the bottom of the dress is just fine too.

Melissa Leo arriving at the 17th Annual SAG awards

There is nothing even remotely nice that I can say about Melissa Leo’s unfortunate dress choice. She looked more like an Oscar than a

Melissa Leo fist-pumping..err..something... her SAG award in the press room

SAG-award winner in this extremely unflattering, and cheap-looking Randi Rahm dress. Not your best choice, Melissa…and next time you win an award…try to avoid the Hulk/Jersey Shore fist-pumping action in the press room with your award…even less flattering.

Winona Ryder arriving at the 17th Annual SAG awards

Winona Ryder wore a wedding dress to the SAG awards. Well, I mean, what else is there to say about this Alberta Ferretti frock? I’d wear it to my wedding, sans the ugly black bag she strangely decided to carry…she looks like she just left her guy at the alter. Poor dude.

Jane Lynch arriving at the 17th Annual SAG Awards

Jane Lynch: I seriously love you as Sue Sylvester on Glee and I love your hilarious commercial on TV for…I think DirectTV, I don’t really know… and I loved your Golden Globes speech…but why are you dressed like Cinderella going to the prom in 1975? Can you help me out on this one? I’m so confused. A signature Sue Sylvester-style tracksuit would’ve been better than this disaster, not to mention someone seriously needed to take a steamer to the bottom of that thing…

January Jones arriving at the 17th Annual SAG Awards

Let’s round out the worst dressed picks with another sad, sad choice by part of January Jones. The girl’s freaking gorgeous and she just keeps disappointing me. The Versace shredded mess at the Golden Globes, now this Carolina Herrera tablecloth for the SAG awards, not to mention the insane cowlick happening in her hair. January please…a better choice for the Oscars.

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