Tom Sandoval and Tom Schwartz: F
Misery loves company, and this fashion car crash is no different. Sandoval’s denim skirt, statement logo belt, black leather boots, fitted black blazer — sans shirt — is our personal version of hell. And the “couch” on the right turns the pair into comical territory.
Lindsay Hubbard: C-
Oops, she did it again! This latex jumpsuit is giving Britney vibes but is missing the pop princess touch. The fresh beauty and subtle jewelry are good choices — but not enough to save the effort.
Erin Lichy: B+
There is no doubt that this no-pants look is a runway favorite for spring 2024. This “Staying Alive” retro reference might not be your everyday choice, but for the BravoCon red carpet, it’s kind of ideal.
Sai de Silva: B-
This getting-dressed-in-the-dark messy effort lacks any cohesion. Between the sleeveless turtleneck, plaid skirt and black leather garter belt, we don’t know where to look. And when you add the lovely knee high boots, the whole effort starts feeling Halloween galactica.
Ariana Madix: C+
For us, khaki pants and a white top always gives country club uniform. The crop top T-shirt seems a good choice in theory, but when adding the crisscross and bra detailing, the look goes all over the place. There are too many references happening here. But we love the Genie in the Bottle hair.
Katie Maloney: D-
The BravoCon red carpet is the gift that keeps on giving. What’s not to love about a tartan punk, high-neck, sleeveless top paired with an aggressive studded belt and patchwork army pant? And let’s not forget the black stockings and point stilettos. Absolute chaos, please get us out of here.
Lala Kent: F
When athleisure is no longer happy destroying brunch and tries to take on the red carpet. This Zumba-ready performance Lycra journey becomes our cry for help. And of course, just add stilettos and a headband. Why not babe?