I think Sandra Oh is such a cutie. Before you bash on her gown of choice, let's think about this. I'm sure she got up in the morning and had something light to eat followed by a cleansing of some sort. There was probably a facial and then a massage. Salad and wheatgrass juice, a shot of Botox under the arms to stop sweating. There was a professional make-up artist on hand, a hairdressers and a stylist. Everyone did their jobs while sipping champagne out of crystal flutes.
Sandra had a slew of people, I am quite certain, to help her look good and get her out the door and into a waiting limo. Stretch Hummer maybe. With one last look in the mirror, she might have questioned the asymmetrical bow which looks like it's winking at us. But after a full day of prepping and pampering, she was feeling confident! And then hoards of bloggers who know not a lot about awards shows are dissing her gown. I'm not going to do it. I'll say something nice- I like her updo.
Was there a trend this year? I saw everything from bright colors on Nicki Blonski, Kate Beckinsdale to Rebecca Geyheart to silver and gold on Debra Messing, Christina Applegate, Teri Hatcher, Eva Longoria, Ellen Pompeo. A sort of whirlwind of neutrals on possibly pregnant Angelina Jolie. Black always works, like the dresses that Tina Fey and Cate Blanchett chose to wear.
Here's a great montage of dresses. Believe you me, I would not be wearing a dress like Debra Messing where the chest area is completely flat. I'd stuff the cutlets down my Wonderbra and go strapless. Its kind of funny that its abbreviated SAG when you know that no one in show business wants to sag.
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Labels: SAG Awards Fashions