Critic’s Choice Awards 2014

CCA Best Dressed

It was all about making a casual statement at the critics choice red carpet this year. The stars decided to go the simple and comfortable way and a handful of them even succeeded. The stand-outs were definitely Cate Blanchett, Margot Robbie and Amy Adams; that is if you don’t count the impossibly stunning Lupita Nyongo. She is definitely the fashion darling this season; this time honouring a Calvin Klein gown.

Amy Adams looked classy and conservative in a pink Roland Mouret off-shoulder gown with a simple black belt at the waist.

Only Cate could look that cool wearing a Lanvin gown that would probably look too old on anyone else. She pulls it off with ease, confidence and grace. She kept it pretty simple overall with just a studded belt and scarlet lips.

Margot Robbie is the newest sexy to hit Hollywood. After the super sexy Gucci in Golden Globes, she chose an Elie Saab pantsuit which made her look sexy enough with just the right amount of casual.

Camilla Alves is making more of a statement than her hubby Matthew McConaughey with her expert fashion choices. She pulls off most looks like a pro and this Paule Ka was no different. She seemed utmost comfortable and kept it super simple with orange heels, nude lips and hair pulled back.

And just like always, with good things come bad as well. There were stars taking comfort way more serious than necessary and then some. Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts and Sandra Bullock were the notable fashion fails and then there was Abigail Breslin who looked like a s**t. To all the child actors who’re reaching adolescence -We know you’re growing up. You don’t need to dress provocatively to prove that!

Check out the gallery below for all the red carpet arrivals. Let me know if I missed something!

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