Fugger: Lizzy Caplan

Well Played: Lizzy Caplan


At first I wasn’t sure what to make of this, but the longer I look at it, the harder I fall:

Lizzy Caplan

It’s such an intelligent match of lady to dress, because on the rack I bet that thing looks totally unremarkable and maybe even a bit weird. But you put it on Lizzy, and it starts to make a snazzy kind of sense. It’s helped by impactful lipstick and some shoes that MIGHT also be emergency teleportation devices, but honestly, its greatest asset is Lizzy herself. Nicely played, everyone.

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Fugs and Fabs: The Rest of the Ghostbusters Premiere


The titular Ghostbusters really turned it out. All of them looked pretty damn good this weekend. Ladies, an enthusiastic high-five to all your stylists.

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Well Played: Lizzy Caplan in Erdem


This whole thing has a very Michelle Dockery vibe to it.

Lizzy Caplan

Which would overwhelm a lot of people, but fortunately for Lizzy Caplan, one thing she and Michelle Dockery share is a SERIOUSLY great face. And that means she can carry dresses that slink along the tightrope between beautiful and busy. This would make interesting bathroom wallpaper, a great needlepoint, and a serviceable wedding cake design… and yet I’m pretty content with it as is.

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Scrolldown Fug: Lizzy Caplan in Sally LaPointe at the MTV Movie Awards


Raise your hands if you wish this dress ended the way it began.

Lizzy Caplan

It’s okay if you just used that raised hand to bang on your head a little. I did. Her legs look like the teleportation machine hit a buffering snag and she’s still waiting for them to finish materializing.

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Well Played, Lizzy Caplan in Roland Mouret


 

LIzzy Caplan has a way of taking outfits that I know would look bad on my shape and making me nonetheless want to put them on my body RIGHT THAT MINUTE.

lizzy caplan roland mouret

Sigh. I can’t even get mad at the random black panel. The colors are so cute, and she looks delightful. I have nothing funny to say about this. It’s Thanksgiving weekend soon and my brain is doing the can-can thinking about all the feasting I’m going to do, so I’ve been reduced to becoming the Perd Hapley of fashion commentators. “Yes, I do have an opinion about this dress, and my opinion is a statement of fact about my feelings, which in this case is: yes.”

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Fug or Fab: Lizzy Caplan in Thakoon


Considering the top half of this dress is 30 percent illusion netting, I’m surprised I don’t truly dislike it.

lizzy caplan the night before premiere

I think what’s really holding me in reserve are the black vines. It looks like she’s being captured by a child’s drawing of the Whomping Willow. I keep wanting it to get its mitts off her.

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Fugging With Other People: Lizzy Caplan in Mary Katrantzou


Well, we might have found the thing not even the lovely Lizzy Caplan can pull off.

lizzy caplan sleeping with other people

This looks like a magic trick that got stuck.

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