Cannes is over, and it was everything we wished for. It definitely gave us a lot to talk about, right?
We had a lot of stars for 12 days making what we called on our last post the bright or cloudy decisions. But hey, that’s why we have good stylists for, although, we wonder, don’t you think sometimes they play marketing tricks? Because seriously, who would wear that (insert mental picture of a horrible dress)?!
So as promised, here’s our 2nd recap on the Best and Worst dressed for the Cannes Film Festival 2014.
And just like last time, don’t be afraid to play the game! Let us know if you agree, disagree, or want to comment on our choices.
Enjoy the view!
Jumpsuits are so in, and so are metallics! What’s not to love about this bold decision?
Amber just got it right clashing these two styles. The always loyal white t-shirt and a gold maxi, love!
Lovin’ the Allen, very bright choice we think. Chanel + Cannes = Smart Girl.
Feathers are a big trend now and Mr. De La Renta knows how to work them into THIS.
We can say we’re feeling the summer closer just by looking at this number!
Because obviviously Miss Lively got it right. Again. Very classy, very goddess-like!
Chastain chose a great color that works with her hair and skin perfectly.
This is what dreams are made of. Black perfection, don’t you agree?
Love the sexy peek-a-boo and the undone braid.
We are not surprised by this French beauty’s assertive gown.
Can’t decide if it’s too flamenco or too ladybug. Either way, no.
Is that a pleated garbage bag? We are not feeling Casar’s choice. Cloudy.
Sorry “You can’t sit with us”. Come on Ferrera, you can do better!
The dress is not bad. We just don’t like it on her, not flattering at all.
Looks like J-Law is going to a Teen Vogue party. I’m sorry this is a grownup red carpet.
Leaving too little to imagination.
Is this the Charles James themed Met Gala? Didn’t think so.
Sofia we don’t disapprove completely, but wasn’t your dress a few sizes too big?
Too reminiscent of Ronald McDonald. Suddenly I got a craving for McDonald’s.
Too matchy-matchy Miss Hayek, makes us think of the 90’s but in all the wrong ways.
Wrong in so many levels. Lady, leave this for a 20-something next time.
It’s a wrap guys! Hope you had fun reading our review. If you come up with a witty comment and a good candidate for either bright or cloudy, do tell! We love a good gossip!
Written by: Sima Maalouf and Bárbara Menéndez