Pro: This is chic, and pale yellow is definitely her color.
Pro: the fit-and-flare silhouette is ladylike, giving her an adorable pixie look.
Con: We’ve seen her with better makeup. This orangey-burnt-rose lipstick is matronly, and she could use some blotting paper.
Kathryn Hahn at ‘Bad Moms’ Premiere
Pro: This is adorable, whimsical and figure-flattering.
Pro: The asymmetrical silhouette nicely accents her shoulders.
Pro: The tribal print is a bit kooky – in a good way. We always give points for eschewing the generic.
Christina Applegate at ‘Bad Moms’ Premiere
Con: We find this strange but very basic at the same time.
Con: The raspberry lace overlay is overwhelming – there’s just too much of it. We wish the black underpinning were the dress.
Pro: Wearing peep-toe shoes was smart, to show off her chic, oxblood mani-pedi.
Mila Kunis at ‘Bad Moms’ Premiere
Pro: This is a pretty cool ensemble (pregnant or not).
Pro: The shoes are to die for, and we love the printed silk accent at her bustline.
Con: The pulled-back hair doesn’t match with the outfit – some soft waves would taek the severity down a peg.
Jay Hernandez at ‘Bad Moms’ Premiere
Con: The black suit, black shirt, and dark tie seem inspired by the Las Vegas bouncer community.
Con: Shiny fabric, a shiny tie, and shiny hair gel? It’s all a no.
Pro: The worn-in, black lace-ups elevate the coolness, but they’re not enough to save this outfit.
Ryan Guzman at ‘Bad Moms’ Premiere
Pro: Newsboy caps are costumey (unless worn while horseback riding in the English countryside) but he makes it work on the red carpet.
Pro: The rolled-up sleeves reveal a good deal of ink, making him look even cooler.
Pro: The brown belt and dark jeans tie in well with the look.
David Walton at ‘Bad Moms’ Premiere
Pro: The sharp shoulders and narrow pants turn this ordinary suit into something modern and appealing.
Pro: The pocket square and open, white shirt, revealin ghis tanned chest, give him a romance-novel look.
Con: The sleeves are way too long.
Alan Thicke at ‘Bad Moms’ Premiere
Con: Mature men look best with structured clothes. This slouchy, double-breasted blazer is not the way to go.
Pro: The salt-and-pepper hair and short beard enhance his sexy look.
Pro: Dressy jeans work here, surprisingly, thanks to the brown suede show and belt.
Patriotic and practical for the closing ceremony. What’s more American than Ralph Lauren? The mid-thigh length is perfect and the boat shoes are adorable. But while we get the need for Americana, the red, white and blue is a bit overboard here. The belt would be better in brown.
Courtesy of Ralph Lauren
This Lacoste look is la chic for the opening ceremony. The baseball cap is super sporty but feminie (the men will wear them too). The color blocking at the neckline of the polo is subtle and needed, considering the bareness of the all-white pants and sneakers.
Courtesy of Lacoste
This sad, Hamptons-Sunday-brunch special by Sportscraft is the most depressing opening cermony outfit in recent history. We were not aware that preppy was alive and kicking Down Under. The teal piping nad prissy coat of arms add another layer of lame.
Courtesy of Sportscraft
H&M’s play o the colors of the Swedish flag brings a playful and vibrant energy to the opening ceremony jacket, with retro-cool shoes. But the leggings (to be worn at the competitions) are a bit too reminiscent of the trademark Missoni stripes.
Courtesy of H&M
DSquared’s perfect hybrid of bomber and blazer seamlessly balances heritage and modernity. The elongated T-shirt, black sweat pants, and a baseball hat put a cool, streetwear seal of approbal on this fashion-forward opening ceremony uniform.
Courtesy of DSquared
Emily Ratajkowski at ‘Greenleaf’ Premiere
Pro: Her face and hair look gorgeous.
Con: This unusual yellow suit might have been stunning – if she’d put on a shirt.
Con: Emily relies too much on her assets (while they’re indeed enviable). She should button up and let the fashion shine.
Selma Blair at ‘Greenleaf’ Premiere
Pro: Her lovely haricut and makeup suit the ensemble well.
Pro: Bold pants are difficult to pull off, as they add volume. But she has great gams that can handle this strong pattern.
Pro: The quiet top and easy bag add chic nonchalance.
Ali Larter at ‘Greenleaf’ Premiere
Con: This is plain, dull, and ill-fitting.
Con: The stockings and shoes are just staid. She’s too young for this matronly look.
Con: The boxy handbag adds to the old-fashioned vibe.
Blythe Danner at ‘Greenleaf’ Premiere
Pro: The bold glasses look chic with her flowing hair.
Pro: The metallic shoes take this daytime look successfully into the night.
Benjamin Patterson at ‘Greenleaf’ Premiere
Con: Channeling a grandmother’s decor takes serious fashion commitments, but this floral print works best as a couch.
Con: The green shirt is another unnecessary element. A white T-shirt would help bring the outfit down.
Pro: The grey shoes are nice.
Deji LaRay at ‘Greenleaf’ Premiere
Con: The well-groomed beard and short haircut suit his features, bu the needs to stop plucking his eyebrows.
Pro: The fitted blazer is sophisticated and sexy.
Con: The aggressively cropped pants are simply ridiculous.
Keith David at ‘Greenleaf’ Premiere
Pro: The glasses add an interesting, history professor flair.
Con: The jacket is ill-fitting through the waist and a bit too long.
Con: A father-of-the-bride ensemble is charming for exactly one occasion – and this isn’t it.
Tye White at ‘Greenleaf’ Premiere
Pro: Here you have it: the right way to wear a traditional suit while looking young and modern.
Pro: The jacket hugs in all the right places. The structured shoulder creates that desirable V-shaped, cinch-waisted look.
Pro: The white details are perfect.
Gabrielle Union at CFDA Fashion Awards
Con: The hair feels too prom-like and youthful.
Con: The print is making us dizzy, and the sheer waist panel is distracting.
Con: Our wooziness is enhanced by the confusing trio of spaghetti straps.
Jessica Chastain at CFDA Fashion Awards
Pro: The retro hairstyle highlights her timeless beauty.
Con: The black eyeliner is a bit overdone.
Pro: The print is sophisticated. The cut of the dress is pretty – if generic – and showcases her beautiful shoulders and neck.
Tilda Swinton at CFDA Fashion Awards
Pro: The hair is the perfect accompaniment to her singular style.
Pro: This is one of her many collaborations with Haider Ackerman, which always have a quiet, modern eccentricity. It suits her perfectly.
Con: It’s meant to make a statment, but the clashing lipstick is a tad aggresive.
Claire Danes at CFDA Fashion Awards
Pro: Her shiny locks look great in this sleek haircut and her tan is perfect.
Con: The dress is shapeless and a bit matronly for the young actress.
Pro: The polished geode embellishment is unique – if a bit strange – and adds visual interest.
Alexander Skarsgard at CFDA Fashion Awards
Pro: A metallic tuxedo could have gone horribly wrong. But on him, it’s elegant.
Pro: It’s beautifully tailored, with perfect slivers of pocket square and cuff and a precise pant break.
Pro: The clean shave and sleek hair add to the old-Hollywood vibe.
Ryan Seacrest at CFDA Fashion Awards
Pro: The pompadour adds height and works well with his chiseled features – a win-win.
Pro: The cut of the blazer suits his body type, and the drop-peak label adds subtle style.
Con: The green shirt and horizontal-stripe tie push things into lawyer territory.
Ansel Elgort at CFDA Fashion Awards
Pro: Fashion should be fun. This 22-year-old doesn’t take himself too seriously.
Pro: This Thom Browne look is not easy to pull off. It wouldn’t work for everyday, but this is a fashion event. He owns it.
Pro: The clunky shoes and thin socks drive home the fearless sartorial message.
Dwayne Wade at CFDA Fashion Awards
Con: This samurai evening look is a riot. Intentionally? It’s all a bit affected.
Con: The 6/4 athlete looks like he has outgrown his cropped pants.
Con: The coat elongates him further. A shorter jacket – preferably double-breasted – would help balance out the situation.