Abe’s Not Best Dressed List

by Abe Gurko Photographed by Olivia-Wilde
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
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Olivia Wilde is seeing stars these days with her celebrity on the rise, but frankly, I see too many stars here. And not the kind one wishes upon.

Speaking of stars, gaze at Jessica Alba and tell me if this look works? Yes, I know the wonders of a vertical stripe but...

Jessica Seinfeld does all sorts of great work, and at her Baby Buggy event she looked a bit Rubber Bumpers.

Christina Applegate looks like Kelly McGillis in the movie "Witness". And for those of you who are not ancient, she played an Amish woman.

Now, I love me some Jill Scott, but she has that velvety smooth voice and this Rihanna meets Kelly Rowland look is not the ticket.

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Will Pamela Anderson ever wear clothes again? This dress screams wardrobe malfunction. Pamela's brand of koo-koo is very Courtney Love-ish. Work with me on this.

See what I mean? Courtney was in England at a Ladies Day horse event looking like a fish out of water.

I know I am being picky, but Gail Simmons schmatta is very Ann Taylor sale rack, final clearance. And I would have preferred a nude shoe, different belt.

Tia and Tamara Mowry are all grown up, and from the looks of things, Sister, Sister are on their way to Leonard's of Great Neck to attend Stevie Rosensweig's Bar Mitzvah.











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