SAG Awards fashion: More Fluffy Awards

So the Screen Actors’ Guild Awards were last night, and amid the wins, losses and political statements, there was quite a bit of sartorial savvy on display as well. Here are my Fluffy Awards of Fashion for the evening. 

Category: Most Improved 

Anna Chlumsky in Elizabeth Kennedy 

This is a lot better than the green bedsheet she wore to the Globes– it fits, and I love the color. Not sure what that stray bit of navy cloth trailing the ground is about, but overall a good look. 
Category: Cutest

Naomie Harris in Lanvin

This is trés adorbs!  There were a few more jumpsuits than usual, but this one is my favorite. Love the floral and chain detailing. 
Category: The Arm Candy Award

Sofia Vergara in Zuhair Murad 

This look is a departure for Sofia, who usually wears slightly different variations of the same mermaid dress, but check out her hottie husband Joe Manganiello and how sweet they look together. Awwww.  
Category: Best Accessories 

Amy Adams in Brandon Maxwell

Not much to say about the dress, a Generic Column™ that’s just a backdrop for those cool jewels. The matching set is by Cartier and is too faboo. 
Category: The Gold Medal 

Ariel Winter in Mikael D

It’s soooo shiny. I love it. Somehow it has the effect of mermaid scales and rushing waves at the same time. Did I mention I love it?
Category: The Blue Ribbon 

Ellie Kemper in Wai Ming

Ellie is a consistent style hero of mine, and this velvet one-shoulder gown in royal blue continues her winning streak. Beautiful. 
Category: Pretty in Pink

Rashida Jones in Vivienne Westwood 

This elegant, toile-inspired print chiffon is pure perfection. With tousled hair and minimal jewelry, it’s a deconstructed look that feels effortless. 
Category: Little Miss Sunshine

Salma Hayek in Gucci 

I’m starting to really love Gucci lately. Their designs can be somewhat hit or miss, but this one is a big hit. It looks like an actual flower. 
Category: The Rose Garden

Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Lela Rose

See what I did there?  I need to leave off the bad puns. All kidding aside, this is a great dress on the Veep star. Eye-catching, well-accessorized, and well-played. 
Category: The Goddess Award 

Viola Davis in Vivienne Westwood 

Extraordinary. It’s quite a plain dress, but the structured bodice and gorgeous necklace take it into Wow territory. Seriously. Wow. 
Category: Most Intricate 

Emily Blunt in Roberto Cavalli 

Check that out. It looks like a medieval tapestry. Just magnificent. Also a runner up for the Arm Candy Award, as Emily and hubby John Krasinski are just so cute together. 
Category: The Fairy Princess Award 

Kaley Cuoco in Marchesa

An ethereal, gauzy number from my favorite ethereal, gauzy designer. Love the ombré colors and leafy details. 
Category: The Candy Cane Award

Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton

Formerly known as the Sad Candy Cane Award, but this dress isn’t as sad as it could have been. It’s saved by a healthy dose of glitz and a sophisticated take on the choker trend. 
Category: The Bridal Show

Kerry Washington in Roberto Cavalli 

It’s the best wedding gown I’ve ever seen on a red carpet. That’s not a bad thing. I would love to walk down an aisle in this bejeweled, bell-sleeved confection. Love. 
Category: Back in Black 

Gwendoline Christie in Vivienne Westwood 

Wowza. Another of my fave jumpsuits of the evening, this sparkly biker-chic ensemble is both memorable and as badass as can be. Slay. 
Category: The Divalicious Award

Taraji P. Henson in Reem Acra

This is so stunning. Both sweet and racy, with the just the right amount of sparkle. Just ah-mazing. Best ballgown of an evening somewhat short on ball gowns, but one this cool makes up for the lack. 
Category: Worst Dressed

Nicole Kidman in Gucci

Oh, Gucci, Gucci. When you do right, it’s SO right, but when you mess up you REALLY mess up. This dress could have been awesome, if you had only resisted the sick urge to cover this perfectly reasonable green sequined dress with dead parrots. Okay, not actual dead parrots, but just because no birds were harmed in the making doesn’t make it all right. Just NO. 
Category: Best Dressed

(Tie) Maisie Williams

Emma Stone in Alexander McQueen

I couldn’t decide between these two lovely ladies.  I always have trouble finding the designers of Maisie’s dresses, and this time couldn’t find out at all, leading me to believe it may be an original creation of her stylist; either way, it’s a vision and so is she, emanating Old Hollywood glam. Emma is breathtaking in a black gown that’s like two dresses in one: a sheer lacy one blooming out of a pretty floral. 
Special Category: The Fluffy Award 

Thandie Newton in Schiaparelli 

If you’ve visited this blog before, you know that the Special Fluffy Award goes to the dress I’d have picked for myself. I love this sparkling design, with an asymmetrical neckline and carnival-esque print. So unusual and pretty.  So me!
So there you have it. See you next go-round!

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