Tuesday, July 28, 2015

White Rules the SAG Awards

It seems celebrities at Sunday night's SAG Awards took a page out of first lady's Michelle Obama's fashion diaries and went angelically white. Of course there were other standouts at Sunday night's award, namely Mickey Rourke in his leather get up. And many celebs rocked jewel tones, namely Frieda Pinto whose pearl blue gown was a definite winner. But my colleague Carrie Rickey and I cast our votes for the dames in sparkly white. Actresses Taraji P. Henson was cute as a button in her goddess-style Herve Leroux. Anne Hathaway was relaxed in her her jeweled Azzaro. Rosario Dawson was sexy in her slinky, fish-tailed Dolce and Gabanna and the ever disappearing Teri Hatcher was scary, yet sublime in her frothy Monique Lhuillier. Do you have a favorite gown of the evening? What do you think about the white gown trend? Will the color extend into the high school prom season? Is white the new black?

White Rules the SAG Awards

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It seems celebrities at Sunday night's SAG Awards took a page out of first lady's Michelle Obama's fashion diaries and went angelically white.  Of course there were other standouts at Sunday night's award,  namely Mickey Rourke in his leather get up. And many celebs rocked jewel tones, namely Frieda Pinto whose pearl blue gown was a definite winner. But my colleague Carrie Rickey and I cast our votes for the dames in sparkly white. Actresses Taraji P. Henson was cute as a button in her goddess-style  Herve Leroux. Anne Hathaway was relaxed in her her jeweled Azzaro.  Rosario Dawson was sexy in her slinky, fish-tailed Dolce and Gabanna and the ever disappearing Teri Hatcher was scary, yet sublime in her frothy Monique Lhuillier. Do you have a favorite gown of the evening?  What do you think about the white gown trend? Will the color extend into the high school prom season? Is white the new black?  

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