Diva Dirt Style Jury: WWE Hall of Fame 2012

Divas beware, we judge what you wear! Welcome back to an old favorite here at Diva Dirt — the Style Jury! We’ve dusted off the Diva Dirt Style Jury for this year’s WWE Hall of Fame! Which Divas looked red carpet ready and which looked like they belong in the Style Jury Hall of Shame? We have compiled all of the looks and marked them on a scale of 1-10. At the end of the scoring, we work out the combined score for each look and the Diva with the highest combined score is our winner and the Diva with the lowest combined score is our loser.

2010 Hall of Fame Style Jury
2011 Hall of Fame Style Jury

So, let the proverbial runway show begin! (Click on images for full view.)

Erin: From the front, the slits and sparkles remind me too much of a budget prom dress. The back is a lot more interesting, but somehow I don’t think she was walking backwards all night. 5/10
Melanie: This looks more like a prom dress to me. The color is rich and deep, but it looks almost as if she has some Christmas tinsel stuck to her dress. Points for the hair, though. Not a bad look, but not my favorite. 5/10

Erin: The color and texture is nice, but the cut is just kind of dull. It doesn’t look like a dress one would wear to a “once in a year” kind of event. 5/10
Melanie: Gorgeous! Alicia has had some iffy years at the Hall of Fame in years past, but this year she has blossomed into the grown up, beautiful fashionista we know she can be. From the sparkly gown to the effortless-looking bun, Alicia looks grown up, sophisticated and beautiful. I love this look! 9/10

Erin: I really hate the shortness at the front of the skirt. There’s a way to do the asymmetrical thing, but pulling the hemline practically to your belly button isn’t the way to do it. 3/10
Melanie: This dress reminds me of a mullet haircut. Long trains would look beautiful if it wasn’t for the front of the dress, which just looks mismatched to me. Sorry, girls. I think these dresses would’ve looked better with a more traditional hemline and big trains. 3/10

Erin: From the top, it looks promising, but the complete absence of a bottom half makes it look like she’s wearing a super long slip that’s peeking out from under the dress. If she lost the sheer bottom half, the dress would look so much better, albeit kind of short for an event like the Hall of Fame. 5/10
Melanie: On first look, Eve looks stunning, but when you see all of the netting compromising of much of the bottom half, it makes me rethink my stance. The top half looks beautiful and Eve’s hair looks gorgeous. I just feel the bottom half is too distracting, and she’d look much better had the skirt hemline continued to knee-length, perhaps. 6/10

Erin: Simple, but effective. The cut in the back and the silver accents make a dress that’s eye-catching enough for the event, but doesn’t veer into the “cheap” territory. 7/10
Melanie: Perhaps a little simple for a big red carpet event, but having seen other Divas go too far over the top, Lilian’s dress is a welcome change. I like the silver accents. Lilian looks beautiful. 6/10

Erin: Classy, which isn’t a common attribute here. The all black may not make her stand out, but the neckline and drapng at the back makes the dress interesting enough for me. 8/10
Melanie: The first word that comes to mind is ‘elegant’. Natalya couldn’t look more classy and elegant if she tried. This gown looks positively stunning on Natalya and her hairstyle compliments it perfectly. 9/10

Erin: Way too much going on here. The cuts in the dress, along with the bright color and that random headband, make it look like some stereotypical “gypsy” Halloween costume. All she needs is a tambourine. 3/10
Melanie: I like the headband – it gives Rosa a different look compared to the other Divas, and I like the color of the dress, but the big slits which show off her tattoos are perhaps not appropriate. The back of the dress, to me, looks better than the front. 3/10

Erin: Doesn’t really flatter her. It just hangs there, like a hot pink one-shouldered potato sack. 4/10
Melanie: Points for the beautiful smile and hair straightened, but the dress and color don’t look too flattering, I’m afraid. Sorry! 3/10

Erin: The color is nice, and the cut’s flattering, but while the lace trim on the top looks good, around the leg slit it looks like something ironed on. Still, I’m really impressed that she found something so eye-catching but flattering and age appropriate. 7/10
Melanie: Great color for Vickie. It’s age appropriate and classy, without being too showy as if she’s trying to keep up with the young girls. Her hair and earrings look good too. 6/10

So, how did the girls score? Let’s put our scores through our highly scientific “Ensemble Classification Calculationomagraphier”® and see who we’ve deemed the winner and loser. The following is in ascending order by their calculated score:

Bella Twins: 6/20
Rosa Mendes:
: 7/20
Aksana: 10/20
Eve Torres: 11/20
Lilian Garcia: 13/20
Vickie Guerrero: 13/20
Natalya: 17/20
Alicia Fox: 14/20

LOSER: BELLA TWINS and ROSA MENDES (TIE). It’s a tie for last place between Brie (last year’s winning look) and Nikki Bella, as well as Rosa Mendes. Lo siento, ladies!

WINNER: NATALYA. Natalya proved that an LBD (little back dress to those not fashion-inclined) is perfect for any occasion!

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