Style to Steal or Girl, Stop: The Ladies of “The Game”
The Game is coming back! And to ring in season five the right way (which premieres Jan. 10), the cast stepped out for a premiere party along with the cast of Let’s Stay Together in Hollywood last night. While many of the men were looking delicious, the women were looking sparkly and chic. Well, for the most part. Check out the looks of three ladies from the cast (Tia Mowry, Brandy and Wendy Raquel Robinson) and let us know if their style is steal worthy or needs to be stopped!
Looking like a “million dollar bill” after a huge post-baby weight loss (give props to her trainer Jeanette Jenkins), Mowry stepped on the red carpet to promote her show in shimmering effect. The star wore a sequined silver and white tank dress that didn’t hug her figure (aka, drown her) and left a little somethin’ somethin’ to the imagination without making her look like she was wearing a bag. On her feet were white/gray round-toe pumps that she kicked up her heels in. Her hair was a two-tone treat–dark brown at the top, light brown at the bottom. Her accessories were minimal with bangles of different sizes, humongous hoop earrings, and some fab rings (including her wedding ring).
I’m still stunned by how much baby weight she seems to have dropped, so she’s a hot momma no matter what I say. But I love this look (minus the really large eyelashes…)! The dress is very fun without doing the absolute most and also without showing off too much as well. The two toned spiral hair and the two-toned dress are hot, and she’s just looking all around radiant without too much extra umph or effort. Stolen!
Brandy’s back and she’s shining on us! A new, surprising addition to The Game‘s fifth season, Brandy arrived at the premiere in this copper colored, asymmetrical number–she was definitely looking to be seen on that carpet. The singer’s dress was a long sleeved one with puffy, pronounced shoulders, an asymmetrical cut around the leg, and varying graphics around the frock. Her hair was down in a straight, choppy bang cut and her shoes were black strapped heels that showed off her foot tattoo. She scooped up an angled clutch and wore simple, long threadlike earrings.
While the dress looks pretty good on B-Rocka, I can’t say I’m a fan of it. The spickle spackle design on the sides and the high-school asymmetrical cut is little too mall party dress-like for me. While I love this chick (and hope she gets back on top musically again), it’s safe to say that I’m going to have to ask her to stop it. With love of course.
Wendy Raquel Robinson
Oh the drama! That’s what I think everytime I see dresses that are bright red. Wendy Raquel Robinson, aka Tasha Mack on the show, matched the red carpet in this floor length gown. A very different construction, her dress was both long sleeved and of the tank design, showing off her shoulders as well as a bit of neck thanks to the scoopneck neckline. Outside of that, the dress didn’t have too much else going on, and her feet are hidden (so no shoe action…*sad face*). Her hair was big and in wavy curls that laid all around her head, and her earrings were rhinestone (or diamond?) threaded that remind me of fab curtains. The makeup looks fab, and she looks freshly dressed.
Now to the nitty gritty. As much as I’m a fan of Wendy, I just can’t get with this look whatsoever. From the wrong bra being worn underneath her gown, to the mix and match of both tank and long sleeved design, this is just too much and too little at the same time. And the hair is just all over the place for me too. I could go on, but I’ll just keep it real and make this quick and painless: girl, stop.
What do you think of the styles these three women rocked the red carpet in?
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