The Biggest Fashion Risk Takers on the SAG Red Carpet
KERRY’S CROP TOP
How do you make something as commonplace on the red carpet as a shrunken tee seem shocking? Oh, you know, just by wearing one while you’re pregnant. Washington has us redefining maternity wear with this revealing pink Prada top.
Roberts has been on her fair share of red carpets, so it’s understandable if she’s grown sick of wearing boring old gowns and decided to shake things up with a plunging, very wide-leg pink onesie.
CLAIRE’S TEXTURE MIXING
We’re into sheer. We’re into silk. We’re into color-blocking. We’re into paillettes. But are we into all those things at once? If anyone can convince us that this Vionnet gown works, it’s Danes.
EMMA’S FANCY FLATS
After ditching the heels at the Globes, Thompson clearly learned her lesson. She selected Louboutin sandals without even a hint of a heel. Somewhere, Shailene Woodley is smiling smugly.
MARIAH’S FINGERLESS GLOVES
Perhaps trying to debunk her reputation as a diva, Carey attempts to convince us that she took, not a limo, but rather a motorcycle to the awards show, hence the need for those badass and perplexing leather accessories.
Lena in a bright-yellow sweetheart gown didn’t win you over, but McConaughey gives it a go in a bold-hued Donna Karan Atelier design. (One thing that’s not up for debate: how stunning that draping is.)
MAYIM’S VICTORIAN HOMAGE
And here we were thinking you couldn’t go wrong with on-trend lace. Then again, we didn’t expect to see the dainty fabric over a heavy lavender dress in the form of a mock turtleneck with ruffles, as Bialik wears it.