I know it’s been a while, and I’m not here to make excuses, but 21, uni, work, life, pasta, yeah. But, I’m here now, so why not bring it all back with one of my favourites? Here is a recap of the 2016 TV Movie Awards Red Carpet!
First up, Kendall Jenner.
Say what you want about the whole Kardashian association, but dammit this girl needs some credit. I am LOVING this look, top to bottom, wouldn’t change a thing, 10/10, would review again. Black dresses can very easily fall into the ‘been there, done that’ category, and while this dress isn’t entirely ‘never before seen’, it’s certainly unique and new enough to hold its own. Paired with the Balmain dress, as you may or may not have already noticed, is the world’s most strappy heels known to mankind. The PERFECT match for the ‘mullet’ style skirt, and great reference to the strap detail on the chest.
Where there’s a Kendall, there’s a Gigi.
Now normally, I am a huge fan of Gigi’s style, never a fault in sight, but honestly, I’m not too excited about this one. Once again, she’s gone for the clip-in fringe look, which while I may not be the biggest fan of, she does pull of very well. As for the pantsuit, I’m not loving it. Sure there have been great outfits that reference the classic suit style, but this is really more of a just straight up pant-suit, no interpretation in sight. I love the peek-aboo lace bralett detail, and the shirt underneath has great colouring and works as a tool to draw the eye, but overall, too ‘budding business’ for me.
Ah Brittany, the colour injection we all needed in our lives. Great look here. I’m such a fan of the ‘cape top’ style, and paired with the deep neckline and the slicked-back hairstyle, Brittany pulls this look of beautifully. By pairing the look with very minimal accessories, the dress is able to be the focal point, as it should be. The only this I would change would be the shoes. Great colour and style, but with the dull rounded toe, it makes her feet appear as though they are very wide and almost out of proportion with the silhouette. A nice pointed toe shoe could fix this easily.
The other colour injection we all need. Again, I am usually a massive fan of Holland’s style, very unique and true to self, and I think that’s the case here as well. While I do believe this outfit works well on Holland, I feel it’s the kind of look only she could pull off. Very hit or miss, but she certainly does pull it off well. I’ve always been a bit spooked by the floor length leg hem look, as the inevitable crease at the foot always looks like a broken ankle to me. If the outfit had been a body suit, rather than a top and bottoms (as it appears), I think it may have worked slightly better, but still, a great MTV red carpet look.
Someone who I’m yet to see have a truly bad red carpet look, once again, pulls off a great piece. I’m loving this almost tuxedo inspired jumpsuit on Cara. Fit perfectly, and the sheer structure given by the paneling on the top and bottom half of the look, makes for a great ensemble from the queen of casual style. Loving the simply gold accessories as well
So that’s it for this post! Just a quick fashion fix for this time, enough to get you over that Monday’itis hill.
Check back soon for more to come! I’m not sure when exactly, because, as I said earlier, 21, uni, work, life, pasta, yeah, but hopefully soon!
(All photos referenced from Buzzfeed’s post “Here’s what everyone wore to the 2016 MTV Movie Awards”)
Regna, M. (2016). Here’s What Everyone Wore To The 2016 MTV Movie Awards. [online] BuzzFeed. Available at: https://www.buzzfeed.com/michelleregna/mtv-movie-awards-carpet-2016?bffbceleb&utm_term=.roqR1V6nn#.hmdZWY5MM [Accessed 11 Apr. 2016].