SAG Awards '17

SAG Awards 2017
Yara Shadidi in Naeem Khan
I love how sophisticated she appears but you can tell she likes to have a good time.
The colors are so vibrant with the right amount of sparkle.
Due to this statement of a dress, it was only right to have a sleek hairdo.
She looks young, fresh, and amazing.

Man, I did a lot of whooping and hollering last night while watching the 2017 SAG Awards on TNT.

I was kinda scared it would be the same ol' folks winning the same ol' awards (I see you Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Even though I can't front like this woman doesn't deserve all of the awards for her role in Veep. She kills it everytime). But SAG clearly had other plans. I about lost it win Stranger Things won for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. Look, I'm even surprised at myself for enjoying this show. Because, sci-fi thrillers? Me no care about. But after hearing/seeing rave reviews from damn near everyone, I gave it a chance this year...and breezed through it in a day. When you think about how the show is anchored by 5 kids all under the age of 16, well, the win is even that much sweeter. Also, so glad SAG recognized Millie Bobby Brown because, wowza, that preteen was captivating. I cheesed so damn hard when Hidden Figures won for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. Mainly because throughout the awards season it's been about Moonlight or Manchester by the Sea. So this was a nice twist. (Taraji P. Henson was robbed! Octavia Spencer didn't deserve a nomination. If anything, it should've gone to Janelle Monae). I clapped and screamed so damn loud when Mr. Denzel Washington won for his Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role in Fences. It's been already set in stone that Casey Affleck would be winning all of the awards. But, like I said, SAG was all like nah, not tonight. Even Denzel was surprised.

Further congratulations to William H. Macy, Viola Davis, Sarah Paulson, and Mahershala Ali. 

You ready for some fashion? I sure am. Doing things a bit differently this time around. I want to focus solely on looks that I liked or had a bit of interest. Won't be acknowledging any worst dressed. But that's not gonna stop me from giving them a quick shoutout. So here's to you Danielle Brooks, Jessica Pimentel, and Salma Hayek. Your looks were complete fug and/or tacky as shit.

Alrighty, let's begin.

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Maisie Williams
She looks beautiful.
I'm loving the glamorous route she's been taking these past few award shows.
I wouldn't be surprised if some folks didn't care much for the makeup.
It is a bit much.
But I truly believe her face can carry a dark made up face.
The only thing I would change is the clutch. A bit too oversized for the 90s silky slip gown.
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Taraji P. Henson in Reem Acra
The color is divine on her. Like the hits of lilac.
Not feeling the double black bows. If I had to remove one, it would be the one situated under her neck.
Sofia Vegara in Zuhair Murad
Sofia is also doing a bit of red carpet style transformation.
And I'm here for it.
This may look a bit simple but on Sofia, this is looks just right.
My bias is coming to play here but not feeling the platform shoes.
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Annalise Basso in Bibhu Mohapatra
She appears to really love herself in this dress. Look at her giddy smile.
While I appreciate the color on her plus the crossover off-the-shoulder detail, those sleeves.
So unnecessary. Seriously.
Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji
She went back to her staple designer.
The only thing that works is the brocade peplum top.
The sheer pleated neckline with the off-the-shoulder treatment is so good.
Also loving the sliver of skin exposure around the waist.
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Evan Rachel Wood in Altuzarra
During the E! Red Carpet special, Evan told Giuliana her plans to rock suits at every awards show this year.
Well, she's been on a wonderful streak because, again, this suit is perfection.
One can't go wrong with a navy blue + black combo.
You just can't.
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Emma Stone in Alexander McQueen
Hey. It's interesting, that's for sure.
The dress looks like it's slowly shedding away to reveal the black lace lingerie underneath.
Which I'm still trying to decide if that's good thing or a bad thing.
Giuliana Rancic in Yousef Al-Jasmi
It's no secret on here that Giuliana annoys me like no other.
But it's time to give her some compliments.
The sun-kissed shaggy bob is a definite work.
And the dress isn't too shabby, either.
Too bad it's blending into her super tanned skin.
Imagine this dress in a slightly brighter color?
Thandi Newton in Schiaparelli
So was she going on theme with her show, Westworld?
Those are horses galloping around the hem of the dress, no?
 Anywho, I do like the gold + black combo.
The one shoulder detail is doing too much.
Even though that pales in comparison to having a damn ferris wheel on your dress.
Janelle Monae in Chanel
Usually, I'm a fan of her red carpet fashion.
While I may not like what she's wearing, it does stand out for being different and unique.
Kate Hudson in Dior
Just realized that Kate takes her red carpet fashion seriously.
She's always open to trying new things.
Here, she's clearly going for an athleisure gown.
Diggin' the sheer cape. Not diggin' the floral adornment on her waist.
It reminded me of her Fabatheltic brand, which I heart.
Kerry Washington in Roberto Cavalli
Honestly, her dress is ugly.
However, the off-the-shoulder is doing wonders for her neckline and chest.
Also, really feeling the middle part, bone straight long dark hair.
Nicole Kidman in Gucci
I get chills looking at the sequin emerald green color.
It's beyond.
I don't know what the hell is going on with the feathers bodice.
Seriously, are those parakeets?!
Or the skirt portion, really.
No, let's just focus on the color which is making this dress look better than it appears.

And let's end this post with some male eye candy dressed oh so handsomely -

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Rami Malek in Dior Homme
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Mahershala Ali in Ermenegildo Zegna Couture

*photos c/o Hollywood Life, Vanity Fair