The Mash’s Fashion Police squad is back to patrol the red carpet and other Hollywood spots. Some celeb styles are arresting and others just need to be arrested.
LOUISE: I have mixed opinions on this. While the print looks a little like the bedspread at my Grandma’s house, she somehow comes off as hippie chic.
SHANTAE: Soooooo … what I’m thinking is, you decided to sew your grandma’s tablecloth into a dress and thought it was OK to wear it in public.
PATRICE: I appreciate Elle trying to look older, but not THAT MUCH older.
MARIDSA: Looks like she stole the curtains from big sister Dakota’s room!
ANDREA L.: Is that a potato sack you’re wearing? The floral print is cute, but it really does wash you out, honey.
ANDREA N.: Once upon a time, Little Elle Fanning decided to venture into the woods to pick some flowers—to sew onto her dress.
KASEY: Elle, give grandma’s bedsheet back.
AFFY: Elle Fanning struts the red carpet in this wonderfully crafted … drapery.
LOUISE: I would love this outfit 10,000 times more if the cheetah print was a solid black line. But the dress is flattering nonetheless and the shoes are dangerously amazing.
SHANTAE: Color-blocking does not work with prints. It’s COLOR-blocking. And why does your cheetah print extend past the rest of your dress?
PATRICE: That’s a great dress if you need an example of what a collage looks like.
MARIDSA: Next time, leave the cheetah in the desert.
ANDREA L.: Someone forgot to finish getting dressed this morning …
ANDREA N.: Rosci’s dress designer suffered from a severe sense of indecisiveness in this three-in-one look!
KASEY: The bright blue and bold lines are an interesting contrast to the cheetah print. I like it.
AFFY: Rocsi looks stunning in this dress because the fit is perfect and the patterns don’t clash.
LOUISE: You know you’ve failed when you’re wearing a fancy watch over red gloves and a T-shirt. Please … just stop. Plus, who are you again? No one’s heard from you in like 10 years.
SHANTAE: Though young adulthood has done him well, Romeo is not quite attractive enough to get away with wearing THREE DIFFERENT SHADES OF RED.
PATRICE: Where is Romeo going dressed like that? An exclusive red carpet event or camping?
MARIDSA: Romeo, o Romeo. Where doth thou shop?
ANDREA L.: Generally, when you’re cold, you wear a jacket, not just the gloves and hat.
ANDREA N.: All right, Romeo, it’s pretty cold during the middle of winter here in Chicago, but … uh … what’s the temperature in Hollywood right now?
KASEY: Romeo, go back to being Lil’ Romeo and have your mom dress you again.
AFFY: From rapping to being the face of ICDC College, it’s apparent that Romeo can’t make up his mind on his career or his temperature. Mittens, hat and a short-sleeve shirt. Really?
LOUISE: This is not fruit world and you are not a lemon. Never again.
SHANTAE: STOP. YOU ARE NOT COMPETING WITH THE SUN.
PATRICE: Lea’s outfit would be absolutely adorable for a 4-year-old, but not for a 26-year-old. Maybe she should have traded outfits with Elle.
MARIDSA: It’s golden like the awards she doesn’t have!
ANDREA L.: It seems that she is ready to break out in one of her “Glee” performances. That ensemble is more costumey than red carpet.
ANDREA N.: In contrast to her preppy childish-chic style on “Glee,” Michele takes on a much more sophisticated look with this school bus yellow satin ensemble.
KASEY: I get you’re pulling off the Rachel Berry good girl act, but don’t hide your amazing curves with an ugly satin yellow.
AFFY: What’s unflattering, awkward and yellow all over? Lea Michele’s tutu and jacket combination.
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