Fugger: Ellie Goulding

What The Fug (Mostly): The Capital FM Summertime Jam Thing


Tights are not pants. You know what else tights are not? SLEEVES. THIS WHOLE OUTFIT IS SOLD IN THE INTIMATES SECTION.

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MTV Movie Awards Fugs and Fabs: Everyone Else


Let’s just close this thing down.

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Fugs and Fabs: Everyone Else at the Divergent Premiere


He looks so dapper for a man who was brutally murdered by a lady’s vagina.

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BRIT Awards Fug Carpet: Ellie Goulding


Well, thank goodness it’s not sheer, AT LAST. Was there an intervention?

But this dress is not happening on her. The bodice, as with a lot of Westwood gowns, is nice and well-formed and hugging her shape really nicely. I hate that it extends into a pseudo-peplum with pockets, and it’s a little weird that the back part is solid pink like the top. However, the overall note for me is that, whatever this dress is doing and however I feel about it, Ellie Goulding isn’t really a Glinda the Good Witch type. She looks less like a girl enjoying a princess moment, and more like she thought this was a party whose theme was The Oz Prom and is now kind of underwhelmed that the jackwagon who told her that is not here to answer for that prank. And not for nothing, between this and the Elle Style Awards, I am concerned that she has stopped tending properly to her hair. TEND IT. TEND IT LIKE A LUSH GARDEN.

At the afterparty she went in a different direction:

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BRIT Awards: Performance Fugs and Fabs


This see-through, black, slinky Beyonce dress from the Super Bowl wasn’t in our subscription, so I’ve basically been waiting for an excuse to talk about it: She wore it fresh off the similarly nude white lacy Michael Costello from the Grammys, and I was afraid it was the dawning of a really tiresome phase. This dress encourages me that perhaps it’s NOT all about windows for her this season.

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Elle Style Awards: Fugs and Fabs of the Rest


I seriously feel like Elle, every year, must have a conversation that goes thusly: “Should we UNDERLINE the word ‘style’? Do they just not see it in there?”

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