SAG Awards '18

Marsai Martin in Miri Couture
She looks so grown up...but in a good way.
Her makeup and hair are on point.
And the dress is beautiful. Such a rich color.
She nailed this look.

For all this talk about it being the most unpredictable awards season ever (regarding movies, that is), the same ol' folks keep winning. Granted, I haven't watched not one 2017 released movie but still. I was hoping for a lil' shakeup, something interesting.

It didn't happen at the SAG Awards.

Hosted by Kristen "Watch The Good Place" Bell, the show zipped through the two hours. And I was a bit bored. But I definitely perked up when William H. Macy won. And of course, Sterling K. Brown, who continues to give some of the best acceptance speeches out there. I especially loved when he said, "People call us (actors/actresses) weird and strange. The truth of the matter is, everybody is weird and strange and we just embrace ourselves for who we are." Finally, This is Us won! Yay! Last year, I whooped and hollered when it was Stranger Things. This time around, I simply had the widest smile watching the cast and crew yelp in jubilation. They definitely didn't see it coming. I sure as hell didn't, either.

Okey, dokey. Let's begin.

Lupita Nyong'o in Ralph & Russo
She looks flamazing!
I want to bow down to her hairdresser(s) because of their knack for creating different ways to wear natural hair.
The bust area is a bit snug. 
Mandy Moore in Ralph Lauren
This is the best Mandy has looked since she started appearing on the red carpet due to This is Us.
Absolutely love the color of the dress and how it effortlessly drapes over her.
Matte sequins!
Instead of nude lipstick, it definitely should've been a dark red.
Mary J. Blige in Jean-Louis Sabaji
Looking like an award winning actress.
Love it.
My only wish is that the sleeve was black instead of white.
Reese Witherspoon in Zac Posen.
Gosh, a stronger hairdo and makeup would've been perfect for this dress.
I may be trippin' but something looks new about this dress on her.
I like it.
Allison Williams in Ralph & Russo
Not feeling the hair but love the dress.
Okay, not so much the bust area.
Yara Shahidi in Ralph Lauren
I'm absolutely here for the big hair. It looks fantastic on her.
The pants should be slimcut and not wide leg.
And I wish the back bow tie (not seen here) didn't end with those trains, which you can visibly see.
Halle Berry in Pamella Roland
This dress would look so much better without the mesh train.
Tracee Ellis Ross in Ralph & Russo
You can't go wrong with white on a black woman's skintone.
However, not feeling this look. Besides her hair, makeup, and jewelry.
It's like she's wearing half of an armor shield. The random arm sleeve is a no.
And both shouldn't be there together. Pick one, leave the other.
The wrap portion on the skirt appears pinned. So much so, it comes off looking like table cloth.
Danielle Brooks in Marc Bouwer
The dress is really pretty save for the neck collar. It wasn't needed.
The hairdo doesn't fit the shape of her head.
Millie Bobby Brown in Calvin Klein
Listen. Millie was tired of y'all complaints.
She was like, 'Oh. You want me to dress my age? Well, here ya go.'
*blank stare*
If the dress didn't come attached with that limp ass train, maybe this could've worked.
I don't mind the Princess Leia hair buns. Makeup is very pretty.
It's those Chucks.
If you're going to play along, at least have the sneakers be of a little interest.

*photos c/o Huffington Post, Associated Press