Screen Actors Guild Awards: Sandra Oh

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So, we’re thinking "not such a great look here from Sandra Oh, hey?" And on the one hand, we can totally see where she was going with this. We’re forever being told that "bows are back" after all (WHERE HAVE BOWS BEEN?), so maybe Sandra was just trying to keep in-step with the fickle world of fashion. What do you think?

12 Comments

  • January 28, 2008

    gokarm

    I think it’s bull. Anyone with eyes can see this dress is a disaster. It’s bulky, it makes her look like she’s flabby which of course she isn’t, and the bow only sticks out on one side. WTF? Is that supposed to be avante garde? The lack of creativity in this dress aggrivates me.

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  • January 28, 2008

    racheycat

    Heard of a Hanbok? She’s of Korean descent. A Hanbok is the Korean woman’s national dress. She’s paying homage to her culture, too bad none of you appreciate that. It’s actually quite an interesting Hanbok too. Shame.

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  • January 29, 2008

    Juli

    I agree with Racheycat. I’m of Korean descent too, and I think it’s a beautiful hanbok. People should stop being so narrow minded.

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  • January 29, 2008

    Fides

    yeah, Sandra Oh’s gown is definitely inspired from a Hanbok… talk about introducing to America her heritage as a Korean. Her outfit is actually beautiful if the bow were just a little smaller…

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  • January 29, 2008

    amaris

    omg…i was just thinking it looked like a hanbok, bow’s a little distracting though

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  • January 29, 2008

    Daniel

    I know that this dress is a disaster! It’s not just the bow that bothers me but the whole dress. First of all the dress is way to far down on the chest area and is pulling her breasts down making her look chubby and saggy. And next I really don’t like the fabric either, its to shiny, makes it look like it has wax all over it.

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  • January 29, 2008

    Daniel

    I know that this dress is a disaster! It’s not just the bow that bothers me but the whole dress. First of all the dress is way to far down on the chest area and is pulling her breasts down making her look chubby and saggy. And next I really don’t like the fabric either, its to shiny, makes it look like it has wax all over it.

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  • January 29, 2008

    Erica

    I honestly don’t get this idea that if something is “inspired by traditional dress” then it obviously MUST BE attractive. And I don’t know who Sandra Oh is, but I don’t think this dress is flattering on her, regardless of what it’s “inspired” by.

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  • January 29, 2008

    natasha

    Oh Sandra, what have you done??? Very unflattering.

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  • January 30, 2008

    Rachel

    I think it looks beautiful on her. The colour is quite nice.
    And Erica, please stop blasting traditional dress. I think it was a great way to try and incorporate her culture into an awards show.

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  • January 30, 2008

    Erica

    Rachel, you make it sound like I go around making a point of “blasting” traditional dress. I actually have no issue with tradtional dress at all, all I said was that I don’t think the fact that something is traditional makes it automatically flattering on everyone who wears it. Stop “blasting” people who don’t like this dress 🙂

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  • January 30, 2008

    The Fashion Police

    OK, conments are closed on this one because I’ve had to delete too many stupidly aggressive remarks from people who just want to pick fights with each other.
    Seriously, people, chill out. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but the fact that a random stranger on the internet says she doesn’t like a particular dress shouldn’t be enough to make you verbally abusive. If you are the kind of person who genuinely can’t tolerate the fact that not everybody shares your taste in celebrity fashion, then you probably shouldn’t be reading this site, because you’re going to find a lot of opinions here that you may not agree with, and it’s just going to make you mad.
    And we wouldn’t want that now, would we?

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