Fugger: Lizzy Caplan

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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This looks like a magic trick that got stuck.

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Fug and Fab: Lizzy Caplan in Proenza Schouler

Lizzy has some of the most interesting tastes in town, and THANK YOU SWEET FRIEND for not punting even though it’s August and the weather has been hella weird and it’s easier not to leave the house.

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This is a scrolldown for me, because while I love the jungle element of the dress, the shoes make as much sense as a lion in an ant farm: They just don’t seem at home (although SLIGHTLY less likely to react to that by eating their enemies). Get back to me when you’re in a ballet entitled Christian Louboutin Presents: The Birth of Our Savior Blue Ivy, starring Lizzy Caplan as whoever held Beyonce’s laptop to document her contractions.

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TCA Fugs and Fines: MORE TCA

Is TCA just forever, now? Do all our TV critic friends just live at TCA now? At least Colbert and Josh Jackson are there. Oh my god, I just realized this event has two of my Top Three Dudes. (You know, the top three celebs for whom you’d get a Free Pass. YES, one of mine is Colbert. Although I basically want to marry him, not just sleep with him. My love for Colbert is pure. Actually, I am not 100% sure Pacey makes the Top Three anymore. I’m going to need to think on this. I’ll be in my bunk.)

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TCA Fugs and Fabs: CW, CBS, and Showtime Party, Part II

PACEY! Plus so many patterns.

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