Anna Kendrick and two other actresses were the worst dressed females at the Oscars 2014. Penelope Cruz and Ireland Baldwin also wore ugly dresses for the occasion.
Some people just don’t have any fashion sense! That is so even if they happen to be the topmost actresses with fit and buff bodies to match their acting chops.
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Take the sad and tragic case of Anna Kendrick who arrived at the Oscars ceremony in a strange outfit. The pitch black J Mendel dress had lattice work and a crossed back. And it looked positively idiotic.
In fact, the only redeeming factor was a slit in the front pleats that exposed a leg in the style of Angelina Jolie. The flowery design on the midriff was utterly cheap and the lopsided neckline proved too much of a strain on the eyes.
What was Anna thinking? Maybe she wanted to put her best foot forward as a lady instead of the 20 year old waif that she really is.
As for Penelope Cruz, the layer upon layer of bed sheets wrapped around her frame appeared at first sight to be truly pathetic. The double takes done by people were something which Penelope deserved for her fashion blunder.
While she is known to be a stunner, this time the big mistake made in the style department was obvious from the start. The silken gown she wore blurted out the words “Roman in Overflowing Toga” more than “Greek Goddess”.
Coming to the third worst dressed female…Ireland Baldwin wins the prize hands down. The caked blood colored gown from Burberry was not bad when seen from afar but a close-up look made one want to shake one’s head in despair.
Again like Anna, the slit that showed some leggy material was the only source of redemption in this weird ensemble. The frills were all over the exterior like a Raggedy Ann doll. Style and fashion need some sense and even more than that common sense. But here the word nonsense seems more applicable.
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