Call The Fashion Police!
Oops... even celebrities get it wrong sometimes! We're telling you why Mindy Kaling and Britney Spears' fashions fell short in our weekly feature. Learn from the stars' sartorial slip ups!
Poor Mindy Kaling looks like a sequined mess while promoting her TV show The Mindy Project at the Paley Festival in LA. The actress chose an odd outfit for her turn on the black carpet: a sequined baggy sweater, short skirt and cutout shoes.
The sweater, featuring two giant tubes of lipstick, is by WildfoxCouture and is pretty cute but it doesn't look right with this skirt. We'd pair it with some skinny jeans or leather leggings and booties. The bagginess also adds bulk to Mindy's petite frame.
The red flouncy skirt looks like something an ice skater would wear. Again, the wide cut also isn't flattering Mindy's figure. And the whole ensemble overall just feels a bit casual to us.
The final verdict? Her cut out shoes are right on trend and super cute, but this getup just doesn't work well together. Ditch the skirt, save the sweater for a lunch or coffee date and pick something a bit dressier for a red carpet appearance.
Dear Britney Spears: This is 2013, not 2006! Why in the world are you wearing UGGs in public with a dress? This was not a good look back when it was popular and it's even worse now. Here's Brit Brit at an LA soccer game in a short white dress and those dreaded UGGs.
Britney has made such style progress lately that it pains us to see her regressing to her badly dressed habits. The newly single singer recently dyed her locks brunette and looked amazing at Elton John's Oscar party in a black beaded gown.
Her dress is a bit short with the breeze that's blowing, and all that's missing from this look is a bag of Cheetos and a Frappuccino to complete the bad Britney flashback, wardrobe malfunctions and all.
The final verdict? Please keep up the sophisticated look you've been sporting lately and save those Uggs for when you're home doing chores and watching your two sons, Brit!
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