Derby red carpet 138 did not disappoint! I saw fashions that made me realize some of the people that attend this event have no idea where they are going. The "celebrity" line-up was a little more fun this year for me. Loved seeing Coco. I think she was wearing her version of what you wear to a polo match. I saw way too many casual looks....even jeans. The Derby for me, as a lover of fashion, is where you don't do your everyday look. Respect the grandeur of the
venue you are in, the historic level of the sports moment you are going to witness, and most of all, you are always worthy of fashion that makes you feel fabulous! Working this year's red carpet actually cut my feet to pieces. It was worth it to witness the perfection of Ginnifer Goodwin, and the nasty mess that is Star Jones (more on that to come). Here is a sampling of my win, place, and show.
Very put together...made a perfect pair in matching pink tones.
Those hips don't lie! Love them not the clothes. It's Derby people...a stripe jersey dress, huge hand bag, plastic watch, and him in tennis shoes. They are dressed like its a pool party.
If they both would have worn different shoes it would have been perfect! Why Vans Andre? If he was going for hip he missed!
They are my favorite pair on the carpet. Very classic yet on trend.
Is that: a) an umbrella, b) a fascinator, c) a satellite dish, or d) a hot mess?
I would have loved to have seen them both in some form of a tie. Christian was working out some great socks though!
Somebody owns a be-dazzler!
So cute, a spitting image of her mom Anna Nicole Smith, and one of the best dressed little ladies to walk the red carpet!
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