While not the most formal or glamourous event, the MTV Movie Awards see the stars in experimental and casual wear. So who were the best dressed?
Olsen wore a Miu Miu jacket and skirt combo with Sophia Webster heels, and she looks just as flash as she did in her many outfits on WandaVision. While not as retro as the looks in WandaVision, her look here is incredibly chic.
A maroon/pink velvet suit. I love it. This was far more than I expected from Rogen and it’s just a great look. I’m tempted to buy a velvet suit now.
Olsen’s villainous counterpart in WandaVision, Kathryn Hahn, also managed to pull off stunningly chic look with this sleek flared-leg look. The gold earring is an interesting addition that gives this look some added flavour.
Elordi looks pretty good in his dark green suit. His look really epitomises the MTV Movie Awards: you look good, but you aren’t going to wear a tie. Hell, you don’t even have to do up all your buttons. Not sure about the choice of socks though.
Rudy Pankow takes a page from Elordi’s book but went a little funkier with it. He’s wearing a black pin-stripe suit with a matching satin blouse by Saint Laurent. The pinstripes and all black add a certain suaveness to the look.
This futuristic looking teal jumpsuit is a unique outfit that I absolutely love. The colour and texture of the jumpsuit are what really does it for me.
Taylour Paige and Riley Keough
The Zola co-stars are both in the same position because they both opted for Gucci sequins. They’re colourful and their glamourous but not too glamourous. Mostly they opted for a fun look that’s great for the MTV Movie Awards.
Alright I don’t know what this is. I don’t even know if I like it. But I can’t stop looking at it trying to decide. He looks surprisingly comfy and the spin on formalwear mixed with casualwear is interesting. But is it good? I still don’t know. But he makes this list for making me think about it.