Teen Choice Awards Red Carpet: Best Sparkles

17 Aug

The Teen Choice Awards is not meant for me* and as I’m scrolling through thumbnails I’m coming up blank on who half of the attendees are (once again this awards show is not meant for me), but there are a couple of super sparkly dresses that caught my eye and so let’s start the week with some pretty.

*I love teen movies and shows both from when I was a teen and now, but this is only a tiny part of teen culture hence the blanking on so many faces.

Mae WhitmanFirst up Mae Whitman in a really fun Novis frock that manages to incorporate color, pattern and sequins and still look super chill. Whitman is a delight as is her choice of attire.

Gina RodriguezI’m still mad Gina Rodriguez didn’t get an Emmy nod (she had the best FOC ad for starters and also there’s THAT performance) but here she is looking great in Alberta Ferretti. There is something 70s crotchet cool about this (if such a category exists) and it’s manages to be TCA fun while also looking like something she could wear to the other TCA.

One Response to “Teen Choice Awards Red Carpet: Best Sparkles”


  1. Behind the Insta-Scenes: Photos from the Set | TV Ate My Wardrobe - August 19, 2015

    […] dress goals with a twist of 1960s inspiration courtesy of Mae Whitman – who killed it on the Teen Choice Awards red carpet – in Rachel Antonoff when she appeared on The Tonight Show. Whitman got to squish up with […]

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