Emma Stone wowed again on the red carpet, this time at the Critics' Choice Awards. Her Jason Wu dress was perfect for the occasion, and her hair and makeup matched the edgy design. She proved for the second time this week that green is definitely her color!
If only Jessica Chastain could have received some fashion advice from her co-star, Emma Stone... Sadly, this particular shade of pink wasn't particularly flattering, and the shapeless top did nothing for her figure.
We were really hoping Chloe would end up on the best dressed list again, but she didn't exactly nail it with this Chanel dress. The high waist and puffed sleeves might have looked ironic on an older actress, but on Chloe, it made her look much younger than she actually is.
Kirsten Dunst and Christian Dior were a match made in heaven at Critics' Choice Movie Awards. While she often finds herself on the worst dressed lists, Kirsten rocked one of her best looks yet! Her bright pink lip and messy side hairstyle were the perfect additions.
It pains us to write anything negative about Mindy Kaling, but we couldn't help but cringe when The Office writer/actress wore this last night. The dress itself is quite pretty, but it doesn't flatter Mindy's shape. Something with more give might have better suited her body type.
This coral dress is perfectly fine if you're, say, going to senior prom, but it just seems a bit dated for an awards show. We love simple, but this is just boring. It's time for this actress to take some fashion risks!
Michelle Williams just does not disappoint! She looked classic and stunning in this black and white Chanel gown, while sporting a brassier colored pixie cut. Her look is always understated but perfectly put together.
TV personality Carrie Keagan was definitely trying to get attention with this feathered frock, but it was more of an eye sore than a show stopper. For the Critics' Choice, it was a bit much. This dress seems like it would be more fitting on a pageant contestant.
Elizabeth Olsen arrived at the awards wearing a beautiful beaded Emilio Pucci dress. The bright color and short length gave the outfit a youthful feel, while the exquisite beading made the look sophisticated and elegant.
Evan Rachel Wood is usually good about wearing eye-catching looks, but we found this one to be quite yawn-worthy. There was nothing particularly special about it, and we could have done with a less severe hairstyle.
Although we're used to seeing Diane Kruger in more risk-taking ensembles, we can't help but adore this Prada dress. Not only is the color scheme fresh and fun, but it fits the actress like a glove. Bonus points for the hot pink lips and handbag!
Up-and-coming Hunger Games star Isabella Fuhrman had heads turning on the red carpet. Not only is her dress gorgeous and have amazing texture, but it's age appropriate. We are looking forward to seeing this young actress on more red carpets in the future.
Young Adult writer Diablo Cody might have a stripping past, but we were hoping her time in the hills would bring out a more fashion-forward sense of style. This dress looks like it could have been hanging in any old department store...on the sale rack.
Just yesterday Busy wound up on our worst dressed list, but she brought her A game to Critics' Choice. Not only does the brightly colored dress make her stand out, but it clings to all the right places while being forgiving in others. Bravo!
We get it, Tilda Swinton! You love the edgy, androgynous look, but let's mix it up a little, huh? While we appreciate the excellent tailoring that went into this look, we want to see something that stands out from every other red carpet look you've worn.