The world has been "bit" with Twilight fever this week as "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" hit theaters. And tho the fashion damage at the never-ending slew of premieres was admittedly minimal, there were still some ghoulish looks that our radar was able to pick up….
Comment: Poor KStew, she's been on this list before for her questionable choices of LBDs. Would it kill the girl to just wear something pretty and look like she got some sleep? This scaly number is no exception, as toss up between looking more like fish skin or some kind of antiquated armor, just not a favorite. In fact, with those messy braids she you would think she was gearing up for a role as Joan of Arc.
She's Thinking: I need some kind of protection from all those rowdy fans!
Comment: I'm not as sure about the dress code standards in Antwerp but this seems like a pretty conservative getup for Greene for a red carpet premiere. It's all a little too much with the Peter Pan collar, the blousey sleeves and or course, the bow. Her and Samuel look stoic, if not refined, together. But they're taking themselves way too seriously for the type of movie that they're promoting. Where are the smiles and the fun?! Its a tween epic about vampires for goodness sake—lighten up. Oh, and the empire bow does make Greene look a little like she's got something to hide. Xavier, you old dog.
Comment: We're the JFK and Jackie of the Vampire World.
Comment: Speaking of taking oneself too seriously, Paloma here is all the way on the other side of the spectrum. The thing is, even the dress and the hat would have been ok on their own. Its the onslaught of other accessories that make this so ridiculous—the patent platforms, the Cat Woman gloves (I mean, really), and the random LV carrying case. Who knew one needed that much stuff to hold just to walk the red carpet? I guess that's one way to get attention if you're at someone else's premiere.
She's Thinking: Cheese!
Comment: Paris' bleeding heart is definitely in step with the theme of the movies (its not called a saga for nothing), though I can't say the rest of her weirdly, space age-y costume is. Do cropped pants really need to have an asymmetrical hem? Are long, sheer sleeves ever truly necessary? And since when does purple fringe coincide with leather epaulets? Its all just one big ick.
She's Thinking: I wear my heart on my see through sleeve!
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