When a dress can't even fit into the photo on the red (or gray!) carpet, it's safe to say it's a miss. Though we ordinarily bow down to Jennifer Lopez's over-the-top fashion choices, this Giambattista Valli dress was too much even for the gorgeous superstar. J. Lo wore it to the "Second Act" premiere in New York City on Dec. 12, and the ruffled hot pink confection was the epitome of extra thanks to its massive mounds of tulle and dramatic train that covered nearly the entirety of the carpet. Fun fact! The dress was so massive, Jennifer had to travel to the premiere in a huge van so it could fit!
If trash bags came in red, they might look something like the Stella McCartney one-shouldered sack that Katy Perry wore during the designer's presentation in Los Angeles on Jan. 16. We liked the ruffled neckline. And we're always down for a gown with pockets. But that's where our affinity for this monstrous frock ends!
Our favorite fashion "It" girl, Yara Shahidi, rocked a strapless wide-leg Ralph Lauren Collection jumpsuit with an epic bow on the back during the SAG Awards. The "Grown-ish" star ditched the train as she worked her way down the red carpet, making this one of the most creative and versatile looks of the day.
Emily Blunt's "Mary Poppins Returns" dress at the London premiere on Dec. 12 was pretty, yet polarizing! Though we loved the rich cobalt blue color of the Schiaparelli gown, we hated the matronly long-sleeved and collared style.
Halle Berry turned heads in a body-baring strapless Reem Acra gown at the NAACP Image Awards on Jan. 15. The black-and-burgundy dress featured a train and a sheer skirt that left little to the imagination. While she was absolutely stunning, we have to say: This look makes us really nervous. Ultimately, we're not sure so much skin is the way to go during one of the biggest red carpet events of the season.
My eyes! Heidi Klum stepped out for dinner in New York City on June 26 and all we can say is wow. The rocker tee and shoes are totally fine, but those pants have left us with a lot of questions. Like why are there so many laces and open spaces in this single pair of leather pants? Who would ever design these? Better question, why would you wear them? This is a total miss to us.
Gemma Chan looked like a dream in this frosty white Miu Miu at the U.K. premiere of "Mary, Queen of Scots" in London on Dec. 10. From the short sleeves to the delicate embellishments, the silk gown stood out as a simple yet stunning selection on the red carpet in 2018.
It's a whole new Miley! Miley Cyrus stepped out in London on Dec. 5 in this sleek, all-black ensemble. From the turtleneck to the wide-legged Gucci trousers to that killer Gucci belt, we loved her monochromatic cool and casual vibe.
Allison Williams certainly donned the most interesting look of the PGA Awards on Jan. 20: a leather Ulyana Sergeenko jumpsuit with asymmetrical flower details, a bustier top and poof sleeves. Whether you loved it or hated it, there's no doubt in our mind that it caught your attention — and sometimes that's enough!
An off-the-shoulder purple PVC dress with a bustier top and a thigh-high slit should be tacky, right? But not on Ashley Graham, who slayed the look during Revlon's Live Boldly campaign launch in New York City on Jan. 24.
Fifty shades of gruesome! It will be difficult to top Rita Ora in the "worst jumpsuit of 2018" competition. The singer and "Fifty Shades of Grey" actress donned this mess of a single-statement-sleeve creation by British brand A.W.A.K.E. at a GQ dinner during London Fashion Week Men's on Jan. 8. We could be down with the asymmetrical top or the wide-leg pants but together, they become a shapeless mass. And her choice of classic diamond bling completely failed to elevate the look.
For the premiere of "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" in Los Angeles on Jan. 8, Penelope Cruz wore this stunning burgundy velvet gown. We loved the halter neckline and the paneling at the waist and the train, which were all custom designed for the star by Stella McCartney.
Kiernan Shipka made a rare fashion misstep during the Critics' Choice Awards on Jan. 11 in a loud Delpozo ensemble that got worse and worse from top to bottom. She paired loose-fitting cropped jacquard pants with a pink-and-yellow embellished top featuring a hot-yellow tie in the back and a sheer minty-green tulle skirt.
The gorgeous Gal Gadot looked beautiful in blue at the National Board of Review Awards Gala in New York City on Jan. 9. The star's Elie Saab gown, which came straight from the designer's runway, featured a one-shouldered asymmetrical neckline and a cut-out at the waist that showed just a little bit of skin.
Not every black look worn in support of the #TimesUp movement during the Golden Globes on Jan. 7 was a winner. Debra Messing's Christian Siriano ensemble was puzzling, to say the least. The star's cap-sleeved beaded gown started off great but gave way to a split that showed off a pair of pants underneath.
Reese Witherspoon was the definition of glamour in a curve-hugging Michael Kors gown with one sleeve during the premiere of "A Wrinkle in Time" in Los Angeles on Feb. 26.
Kim Kardashian West looked absolutely ridiculous in an oversized tuxedo, which she wore sans shirt, during the Create & Cultivate Los Angeles conference on Feb. 24. The reality TV star is a total pro when it comes to sporting an extra-large jacket with little else, so it's a shame she styled this look so poorly with a super-sized black headband, extra-long pants and white Celine shoes.
Bring on the florals! On the official first day of summer, June 21, Gwyneth Paltrow wore this lovely white dress with a pink, blue and yellow floral print. We adored the pretty, feminine fabric, the frock's funky single sleeve and its asymmetrical neckline. Her white sandal selection cemented this look as a winner.
Lupita Nyong'o looked regal in a black velvet Elie Saab Couture gown with metallic trim and tulle panels during the 2018 BAFTA Awards in London on Feb. 18. We especially loved the bodice, which featured a keyhole cut-out and a high neckline with extra shoulder straps.
No more sheer black sheaths! Tyra Banks donned a version of the tired trend with statement sleeves by Stello during a screening of "Black Panther" in New York City on Feb. 13.
Jenna Dewan knocked one out of the park in a strapless J. Mendel gown with an embroidered bustier bodice and a full skirt with black tulle overlay during the Los Angeles Ballet Gala on Feb. 24.
Salma Hayek added pops of color to her look with beaded flowers at the waist, shoulders and cuffs of her gorgeous long-sleeved Gucci gown, which also featured pink sequined trim on the bodice, during the 2018 BAFTA Awards in London on Feb. 18. Flawless!
Brooklyn Decker donned a truly terrible Galia Lahav jumpsuit with an oversized keyhole cut-out and sheer pants during the Costume Designers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 20. Ugh.
Kerry Washington stunned in a sheer, sleeveless Dolce & Gabbana gown with a floral motif during the 20th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 20. We're not wild about the stray off-the-shoulder blossoms — and you know how we feel about the sheer-sheaths trend! — but everything else about her look is simply perfection.
Naomi Campbell made a rare fashion misstep in a vintage Pierre Cardin silk gown with structured wings of fabric across the shoulders during the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange Reception in London on Feb. 19. To make matters worse, she accessorized with matching sheer opera gloves, making this easily one of the most over-the-top looks of the month.
Joan Smalls donned one of the most divisive ensembles of the month — a pink floral brocade Dolce & Gabanna suit with black trim and buttons over a matching top — during the amfAR Gala in New York City on Feb. 7. We loved everything about her look — from her mauve ankle-strap Alexandre Birman shoes to her bold pink eyeshadow. But we understand that it's not for everyone!
Ciara donned head-to-toe Tom Ford denim — a blazer with structured shoulders, loose-fitting cuffed jeans, a bra and even denim pumps — during the designer's presentation as part of New York Fashion Week on Feb. 6. It was, without question, our least favorite menswear look of the month.
Jennifer Lopez effortlessly pulled off a tricky Versace ensemble — a sleeveless black minidress featuring a cross motif with matching over-the-knee boots — during DirecTV's Super Saturday Night pre-Super Bowl concert in Minneapolis on Feb. 3. Only J.Lo!
Kaley Cuoco is a beautiful woman with an incredible body, but we wish she'd chosen a better way to show it off than the completely been-done sheer J. Mendel dress that she wore during the Sixth Annual Hilarity for Charity Variety Show in Los Angeles on March 24. (Say it with us: "No more sheer!")
Zoe Kravitz wowed in a voluminous feathered Saint Laurent LBD with a sheer neckline during the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills on March 4. Even if you don't love this look, you have to admit: It's pretty major, no?
Kate Hudson donned a truly terrible slate-gray suit during an appearance on the "Lorraine" show in London on March 23. We can give the slit-and-flared pants a pass — statement hems are in right now, after all — but her comically oversized jacket, which featured massive pockets and three garish white buttons at irregular intervals, was just unforgivable.
Mandy Moore's MTV Movie & TV Awards look on June 16 was a big disappointment. Her silver Alberta Ferretti minidress featured silver embellishments on the shoulders and at the hemline, but the dress overall wasn't a great fit. Paired with that dramatic, slicked-back hair, the whole look fell flat for us. Mandy deserved more!
She gets an A+ for Christmas spirit! But in the fashion department, we'd have to give her an F. Camila Cabello attempted to make onesies on the red carpet happen at the Q102 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball in Philadelphia on Dec. 5, and though she was probably the most comfortable person in the room, we can't let this one slide. Especially considering she finished it off with silver boots, clearly trying to dress it up a little. Just commit and go with the Uggs next time, Camila!
We adored Janelle Monae's look at the Smithsonian Magazine 2018 American Ingenuity Awards in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 5. The star rocked a killer suit-jacket-style dress, but it was her accessories that really put this look over the top for us! Janelle donned a chic beret and an amazing pair of black-toe white boots with black laces, keeping her sleek black-and-white look fresh and fun.
Zendaya stunned in a sleeveless Michael Kors mermaid gown during the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills on March 4.
Rita Ora served up a characteristic miss in a House of Holland ensemble during the Global Awards in London on March 1. The singer-actress channeled a clown in a floral-print top under a clashing plaid suit. She completed her sloppy getup with yellow-laced boots and a carabiner-laden rope, which she egregiously wore as a belt.
We were living for the all-red ensemble Hailee Steinfeld donned while celebrating National Cereal Day at the Kellogg's Cafe in New York City on March 6. The singer-actress wore a sleeveless sweater dress with a netted duster and over-the-knee boots. Hot!
Hailey Baldwin donned this mess of a long-sleeved Zuhair Murad jumpsuit during the iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles on March 11. Between the beaded arrow motifs and excessive fringe, there's ultimately just WAY too much going on here.
We are SO here for the chic-pajamas trend, which Alessandra Ambrosio modeled during Vanity Fair's Women in Hollywood soiree with Lancôme Paris and Belvedere Vodka in West Hollywood on March 1. The Victoria's Secret Angel donned a perforated black velvet Alberta Ferretti blazer with white piping sans shirt and matching pants.
Gigi Hadid disappointed in an oversized Derek Lam suit during the premiere of "Being Serena" in New York City on April 25. The boxy jacket was super-unflattering — and not just because the muted gold hue left her looking washed out. While we loved her dark lipstick, it did little to elevate her look, especially considering her awkward updo, which featured two slicked wisps of hair hanging limply on either side of her face.
Zoe Saldana topped many best dressed lists during the Hollywood premiere of "Avengers: Infinity War" on April 23 in a black-and-white Givenchy jumpsuit with a plunging neckline and trousers featuring an oversized bow at the waist. So chic!
Princess Beatrice, fashion icon? For the Victoria and Albert Museum Summer Party in London on June 20, the young royal donned this gorgeous white long-sleeved minidress, complete with a large ruffle down the right side, and finished off her look with royal (ha!) blue pumps trimmed with gold.
Chloe Grace Moretz donned Jerry Seinfeld's iconic pirate shirt during the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of "The Miseducation of Cameron Post" in New York City on April 22. Her Louis Vuitton look included a silver jacquard waistcoat, black slacks and boots. Yikes.
Gwyneth Paltrow let loose her inner '70s siren in a nude sequined Retrofête micro-mini with bell sleeves and a tie at the waist during the Hollywood premiere of "Avengers: Infinity War" on April 23. She completed her sun-kissed California-girl vibe with rosy neutral makeup.
Lindsey Vonn was far from mellow in an eyesore of a yellow Christian Siriano gown during the ACM Awards in Las Vegas on April 15. The dress, which featured a curve-hugging long-sleeved bodice with a high neckline and a full tulle skirt, drew comparisons to both Big Bird and "Beauty and the Beast." Trust us: That is not a good thing.
Matching animal-print separates? Yes, please! Keri Russell sported an adorable Diane Von Furstenberg ensemble with bellbottoms and a contrasting animal print on the blouse's cuffs during the Ninth Annual DVF Awards in New York City on April 13.
Eve donned a befuddling pink Prabal Gurung gown that was surprisingly matronly (in spite of the thigh-high slit) during the ACM Awards in Las Vegas on April 15. The cold-shoulder sleeves were lovely, but the ruffled neckline threw off the balance of the dress, which ultimately would've looked better on a woman with a far more boho vibe.
Zendaya killed it in Akris' bold wooden-doll-print chiffon gown featuring a simple silhouette with colorful geometric designs on the skirt as well as abstract faces on the bodice and sleeves during Beautycon in New York City on April 21. Few stars aside from the "Spider Man: Homecoming" actress, who accessorized with gold hoop earrings and red pumps, could pull off this look!
Hands-down the best dressed man of June? Trevor Jackson, who rocked this incredible Giorgio Armani rainbow-striped suit at the BET Awards on June 24. He completed the great look with a half-unbuttoned black dress shirt and black boots.
Sophia Bush suffered a rare fashion misstep in a bizarre Maggie Marilyn suit with frayed, uneven lapels during Sally Kohn's "The Opposite of Hate" book launch in New York City on April 6. (After all, bold stripes are tough to pull off on even the most flawlessly tailored suit, which this was not.) To make matters worse, she completed her look with a hideous pair of platform brogues by Stella McCartney.
Kelsea Ballerini was a vision in white in an Aadnevik halter dress with a bustier top and a pleated skirt with a thigh-high slit during the ACM Awards in Las Vegas on April 15.
Miley Cyrus channeled a pirate in black pants and a black bellybutton-baring waistcoat with sheer white lapels and sheer sleeves with oversized cuffs during the My Friend's Place 30th Anniversary Gala in Los Angeles on April 7. (We wish this outfit would walk the plank.)
Emily Blunt donned one of our favorite looks of the year — a strapless Oscar de la Renta gown with a red velvet bodice and a pink tulle skirt — during the premiere of "A Quiet Place" in New York City on April 2. She expertly accessorized with matching velvet Gianvito Rossi shoes and Lorraine Schwatz jewels. Bravo!
On the heels of the 20th anniversary of "Sex and the City," Sarah Jessica Parker stepped out in New York City on June 13 and gave us a total Carrie moment! We loved her three-quarter-sleeved floral frock and the way she paired it with some killer gray statement heels.
There was just WAY too much going on with the Sachin & Babi ensemble that Brooke Shields sported during the Tribeca Ball in New York City on April 9. Her white tee featured gold lips on the front and rainbow fringe on the sleeves, and her black pencil skirt featured a panel of silver sequins and white tassels along the hemline. Yikes. She completed her look with white pointy-toe booties, which we know are technically on-trend, but sadly, only further contributed to the over-the-top nature of her look.
Gorgeous! Lily James stunned in a white off-the-shoulder long-sleeved floral-print Emilia Wickstead dress featuring pearl beadwork along the half-cape during the premiere of "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society" in London on April 9.
We love Serayah but absolutely hate this off-the-shoulder Tom Ford for Gucci dress from 2003. She wore the archival number, which features bellybutton-exposing hook-and-eye closures on the bodice, during the Daily Front Row's Fourth Annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards in Beverly Hills on April 8.
Spectacular in silver! Shailene Woodley sizzled in this stunning metallic spectacle on the red carpet at the "Adrift" premiere on May 23. The actress rocked a gorgeous Rochas gown featuring thin straps, a fitted bodice and a full skirt all in a sparkly, shimmering silver material. It almost made up for her tragic Met Gala look! Almost…
One of the worst looks of the month comes courtesy of Shailene Woodley's Met Gala ensemble on May 7. The Ralph Lauren getup attempted to channel Joan of Arc but fell flat as the metallic leather minidress reminiscent of armor featured strange ruffled sleeves and was paired with over-the-knee boots.
We loved Gigi Hadid's unique take on the Met Gala theme, "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination." The supermodel sported this Atelier Versace creation, which was crafted from micro-Swarovski crystal elements and tulle to emulate a church staple — stained glass! The bodice featured lighter hues while the confection's sleeve and train were comprised of darker hues.
Frankie Grande, we know temperatures were getting hotter, but that still doesn't excuse this mess! Ariana Grande's big brother donned a tuxedo jacket with short shorts and sneakers at the Billboard Music Awards on May 20, giving us one of the worst looks of the month.
Stunning at 64! Christie Brinkley attended a "Book Club" screening in New York City on May 15 rocking this gorgeous jewel-toned off-the-shoulder number. The dress featured a thigh-high slit and tiny spaghetti straps and paired perfectly with her nude pointy-toe pumps.
The Cannes Film Festival can typically be counted on for some fabulous style moments, but Marion Cotillard's "Angel Face" photocall look was certainly not one of them! On May 12, the actress sported this awful getup — a creation by Adam Selman made up of a black-and-white gingham-print sleeveless top, short shorts and a half skirt. She added insult to injury with those random pops of color — a lime-green belt and a pair of strappy cherry-red heels.
Jenny Slate doesn't typically serve up our favorite fashion, but the star rocked it at the "Hotel Artemis" premiere on May 19 in this gorgeous white frock. We loved the dainty off-the-shoulder neckline and ruffles and that ideal train length.
Raven-Symoné attended the "A Tale of Two Sisters" event in Los Angeles on May 7 in this… puffy black sweatshirt?! The bizarre selection was paired with even baggier pants and some hideous black sneakers, making this an easy miss.
Storm Reid couldn't have dreamed up a better dress for the launch of Marc Jacobs' Daisy Love fragrance on May 9! The darling star rocked this long-sleeved black dress decorated with massive daisies and paired the look with chunky black heels for a perfectly on-point ensemble.
FKA Twigs rocked this confusing ensemble at the Webby Awards in New York City on May 14, and we've got to dissect it to attempt to understand it. The tan dress featured red and black embellishments on the skirt (are they crosses? a tic tac toe board?), which was loud and unfortunate enough on its own. But accessorizing with long red fingerless gloves and those bizarre dark heels with straps extending past her knees is what really lost us.
Could Sarah Paulson's Brock Collection dress be any more romantic? The star stepped out in this gorgeous design at the Tiffany & Co. Paper Flowers jewelry collection launch on May 3. We're obsessed with the long-sleeved white confection comprised of delicate white lace tied together with a thin black bow. The black clutch and pumps pulled it all together perfectly, making this one of our favorite looks of the month!
We've heard of bralettes on the red carpet — but just straight-up bras? Olivia Wilde tested this risky fashion choice at the GQ Men of the Year party in Los Angeles on Dec. 6. Though we loved her silky red pantsuit, we wish she would have opted for a better option underneath than a red lace bra.
Julia Roberts has brought her fashion A-game lately and her look at the premiere of "Homecoming" in Los Angeles on Oct. 24 was no exception! The movie star rocked this exquisite hot pink one-piece by Brandon Maxwell, complete with long sleeves and wide-legged pants, bringing the perfect pop of color to the event's black carpet.
Rita Ora is almost always on our monthly miss lists, and the star didn't disappoint at the Fragrance Foundation Awards in New York City on June 12 when she showed up in this Tom Ford frock. From its bright yellow hue to its beaded sleeves and asymmetrical hemline ending in sheer fabric that ran a bit too long, there's nothing to like about this getup. Yet she managed to top it off with an even more insane hairstyle! Yep, that's Rita's real hair — not feathers! — which she dyed fiery orange, hot pink and peach.
Only Rihanna could pull off this look! The star wore Givenchy to the "Ocean's 8" premiere in New York City on June 5. Her ensemble featured shiny purple pleated ruffles and the superstar kept with that color theme by matching her eye makeup, lip color and shoes to the exact same shade for a new twist on a monochromatic red carpet look.
Nico Tortorella almost rendered us speechless with this one! The "Younger" star arrived at the CMT Music Awards in Nashville on June 6 in this bizarre getup, which included a tan velvet suit — sans shirt — and a cowboy hat! He also added some layered necklaces and shiny black boots, making this look one of the most puzzling of the month.
Paris Hilton unfortunately kept our least favorite trend — the sheer dress — alive and well at the Tezenis show in Verona, Italy, on July 24. The DJ-socialite and former reality star opted to essentially wear black undergarments with a polka-dotted, three-quarter sleeve dress over top. Making things worse? That cheesy skull-emblazoned handbag and those shiny booties.
Taylor Swift exemplified easy, breezy, beautiful summer style while stepping out in New York City on July 18. The superstar donned double denim, opting for short, black cut-offs with a cropped tank and finished the look off with sneakers and her classic red lip.
Maybe she should have saved this dress for promotional duties for her flick "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse"? We can't get over the spiderweb-like-vibe Hailee Steinfeld's Balmain minidress brought at the premiere of "Bumblebee" in Los Angeles on Dec. 9. Though we typically love Hailee's fashion moves, this one left us scratching our heads.
AJ Michalka certainly didn't dress to impress at Comic-Con. While attending events during Day 3 of the convention in San Diego on July 21, AJ opted for this sleeveless red and iridescent blue mess of a dress. And the addition of those loafers just added insult to injury.
Emily Ratajkowski showed off a perfect casual summer look while grabbing lunch in New York City on July 19. The model sported this darling floral sundress with a pair of white sneakers — it's both super-stylish and easily duplicated!
Pants with tails? Why?! Lily James really baffled us with this one. The star wore this Hellessy outfit, comprised of a cute long-sleeved floral top with an asymmetrical neckline plus that pair of offending pink pants with dramatic tails, while out in New York City on July 18.
Adore! Margot Robbie's "Terminal" premiere dress was flawless. The black lace knee-length frock by Chanel featured spaghetti straps and a fun peplum layer of extra lace. It was all complemented perfectly by those classic black heels.
Yikes! Ashley Madekwe is an actress-turned-fashion blogger, so there's no excuse for this unfortunate getup. From the baggy pants to the poorly fitting halter top to the ensemble's dreary color, this look is definitely a miss.
We're starry-eyed over Dakota Johnson's adorable Malibu ensemble! The star was en route to the Maison St-Germain event in the beach city on July 11 when she rocked this darling off-the-shoulder, bow-trimmed blouse by Isa Arfen. She paired it with high-waisted baggy jeans by the same designer and finished things off with a pair of strappy black heels for one of our favorite feasibly copied celeb looks of the summer.
We know tiny sunglasses are in, but we just can't get behind them on the red carpet. Kim Kardashian West arrived at a Los Angeles event on Aug. 21 rocking the questionable eyewear while posing in a skintight pink latex dress and clear pointed-toe pumps — and yet somehow this bizarre combination was still upstaged by another accessory… a clutch shaped like a pink carton of french fries with a rainbow on it? No word on exactly why she was carrying the blinged-out bag, but considering she's talked about being on the keto diet, maybe it's because she misses eating carbs?
Off-duty supermodel chic! Adriana Lima looked impossibly cool while heading into the Vogue Paris Foundation Dinner during Paris Fashion Week on July 3. She sported a sparkly silver minidress while rocking a black shimmering coat atop her shoulders. Her slicked-back hairstyle, red lip and black pumps completed this major fashion moment.
What's worse — the way Madonna hijacked the Aretha Franklin tribute by talking about her own career at the MTV VMAs on Aug. 20, or her hideous outfit? The ensemble, which many labeled cultural appropriation, was trying to accomplish way too much. From the Temperley London kimono to the crown to the layers of necklaces and those awful red shoes, it's no surprise that Madonna scored a miss..
We adored the gorgeous floral dress that Jenna Dewan wore to an event in Los Angeles on Aug. 18. The spaghetti-strap white frock was the perfect selection for a summer day and was made even better with those amazing metallic sandals.
Green leopard print is never a good idea. Rita Ora donned this Tom Ford disaster at an MTV VMA pre-party on Aug. 19 — a neon-green leopard-print long-sleeved minidress with… wait for it… different-colored animal-print tights underneath. Ouch, our eyes!
Tyra Banks looked like a golden goddess at the "America's Got Talent" season finale in Los Angeles on Aug. 14. The legendary model wore this stunning gold gown by Stello, which featured a high neck, long sleeves and a mermaid-style skirt.
Hot Topic chic? Maisie Wiliams attended a screening of "The Miseducation of Cameron Post" in London on Aug. 22 in this getup. The outfit, which looked to be straight out of a Hot Topic at the mall, included plaid pants, a black top with buckle detailing and studded black heels.
While out in Miami on Aug. 17, Kim Kardashian West killed it in this neon number. The eye-catching two-piece look, comprised of a one-shouldered crop top and skirt with a thigh-high slit, was complemented nicely by neutral heels resulting in an edgy end-of-summer vibe.
Where did our fashionable J. Lo go? We're not used to seeing Jennifer Lopez on the miss list, but she had some questionable choices this December. While heading out to do press for her latest film "Second Act" in New York City on Dec. 12, the star donned this hideous Valentino piece that can only be described as an ankle-length sweatshirt dress. She capped things off with Christian Louboutin booties and an Hermes bag, but even those stellar accessory selections couldn't salvage this look.
Iggy Azalea opted for a pantsuit while out in New York City on Aug. 21. The only problem? The print gave us a headache! The very busy red-and-white checkered patterns in different shapes and sizes created an almost dizzying effect. That, coupled with the fact that the combo was ill-fitting, made this look a messy miss.
Here's a new combo — a pantsuit and a crop top! While tons of stars have been sporting the pantsuit look, Emily Ratajkowski put her own spin on it at an event in Chicago on Sept. 5, rocking a white crop top underneath. She finished things off with a tiny Louis Vuitton bag and nude heels for a majorly cool look.
This one took our breath away… in the worst way possible! "Younger" star Nico Tortorella arrived on the MTV VMAs red carpet on Aug. 20 in a fishnet tank top, plaid pants that also had dizzying white stripes and an oversized black trench coat full of symbols and words. We suppose that's one way to get noticed!
We adored Zendaya's Michael Kors look at the "Smallfoot" premiere in Los Angeles on Sept. 22. The star sported this sweet pink-and-orange patterned minidress with a ruffled neckline and a neon belt detail, which she expertly paired with stark white heels.
Nicole Scherzinger attended the Imagine Ball in Los Angeles on Sept. 23 in this odd getup. Though it started out fine with its high neck and black lace bodice, one pant leg featured a lengthy, dramatic frilled edge that threw off the whole look for us.
Butterfly beauty! Reese Witherspoon donned this darling long-sleeved Monique Lhuillier dress featuring a black-and-white butterfly print to the "Shine On With Reese" premiere in Los Angeles on Aug. 6.
While promoting her latest flick, "The Meg," on "Despierta America!" in Miami on Aug. 10, Ruby Rose stepped out in this unfortunate frock by Off-White. The highlighter-yellow design was part halter, part short-sleeved frock and featured a whole lot of extra, from sheer fabric at the neckline to a logo-emblazoned band below the bust to lace bordering the sleeves and hemline — all amounting to just too much in all areas.
Too many layers! Even though fall was in the air, we couldn't get behind Blake Lively's layered-up Dior look at the brand's Paris Fashion Week show on Sept. 24. With a structured, check-patterned skirt over top a layer of tulle and an intricately patterned jacket all underneath a gray trench, all of the couture got lost in there.
A dream in dusty rose! We loved the sweet A-line frock that Jessica Alba wore to the Nylon Beauty Innovator Awards in New York City on Aug. 8. We adored the simple elegance of the dress, while the addition of chunky black heels kept things a little edgy.
Eek! Tinsley Mortimer attended the Ten Years with the Real Housewives of NYC event in New York City on Sept. 23 in this mess of a dress. With four different fabrics, a high neck, puffy sleeves and an asymmetrical hemline, we were left to wonder: What is there to love?
Natalie Portman looked sharp as she took part in the pantsuit craze of 2018 at the "Vox Lux" film premiere in Los Angeles on Dec. 5. The star's selection — sans shirt — was Dior. She finished it off with simple matching black heeled sandals.
A blue velvet pantsuit? Ordinarily, we'd say sign us up — but the embellishments on Suki Waterhouse's royal blue velvet suit at the "Assassination Nation" premiere in New York City on Sept. 17 lost us. The Dilara Findikoglu ensemble started out amazing but all of the chunky gold detailing ruined things on our end. Making things worse? The odd gray peep-toe shoe choice.
Lady Gaga chose a jaw-dropping silver lace Givenchy Haute Couture ensemble designed by Clare Waight Keller — the first custom Givenchy look Gaga has ever worn — for the "A Star is Born" Los Angeles premiere on Sept. 24.
Gentlemen, listen up! You don't have to wear a tuxedo or suit to look chic on the red carpet! John Krasinski proved this at the Variety Screening Series of "A Quiet Place" in Los Angeles on Dec. 11, looking impossibly sharp in this all-tan ensemble comprised of a cable-knit sweater, trousers and boots.
Nicole Kidman spent most of 2018 on the best dressed list, but nobody's perfect! Even the most stylish stars make missteps, and Nicole's happened at the Eighth AACTA Awards in Sydney, Australia, on Dec. 5. She donned a Valentino design that had a beautiful silhouette, but the loud prints and contrasting fabrics left us overwhelmed… and not in a good way.
We love a Julia Roberts red carpet moment! The movie star stunned in a Dsquared2 sleek black number, complete with structured sleeves and tiny cut-outs at the waist. Her peep-toe pumps peeking out from underneath cemented this look as a hit at the Toronto Film Festival premiere of "Ben is Back" on Sept. 8.
She can't win them all! While attending the Marc Jacobs show during New York Fashion Week on Sept. 12, Emily Ratajkowski donned this bizarre getup comprised of a bandeau top with a massive floral detail (complete with its own train!) atop drop-waist trousers and strappy heels. Though this look almost proved the model can pull off anything, but ultimately, it ended up on the miss list.
This star proved purple and yellow are an underrated combo. Zendaya stunned in this slinky silk Ralph & Russo number in bold purple and marigold while arriving at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London on Sept. 5. We loved the gown's beaded bodice, slit and cascading black bow on the left side (which corresponded perfectly to Zendaya's killer black heels).
White swan? We could barely find Christina Aguilera underneath all those feathers at the Harper's Bazaar Icons event in New York City on Sept. 7. For that reason, this bizarre bird-like look by Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood is a miss.
A golden Gucci moment! Natalie Portman attended the "Vox Lux" premiere during the Venice Film Festival on Sept. 5 in this stunning frock by Gucci. The glittering golden long-sleeved number featured silver embellishments at the neckline and sleeves and an impossibly glam black velvet bow detail at the waist.
Former Nickelodeon star Victoria Justice wore this hideous sheer and fringed mess at the Harper's Bazaar Icons event in New York City on Sept. 7. The Paolo Sebastian gown left nothing to the imagination with its sparsely applied detailing over sheer fabric and even more horrible haphazardly placed patches of fringe.
One of our favorite style crushes of 2018? Timothee Chalamet! The actor donned Louis Vuitton at the "Beautiful Boy" premiere in Los Angeles — bright red Louis Vuitton, to be exact — on Oct. 8. We didn't even care that he broke our no-sneakers-on-the-red-carpet rule because he pulled off those chunky white kicks so flawlessly.
We adore Reba McEntire, but we've got to call this one a miss. The country icon attended an event in Verona, Italy, in this unfortunate combo — a silver sleeveless dress with stark white cowboy boots — on Sept. 8.
It's athleisure meets fairy princess! Though the combination sounds pretty cool in theory, when actualized by Ellie Goulding on the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball red carpet in London on Dec. 8 it fell flat. The star donned what seemed to be a sports bra and bike shorts underneath a sheer and frilly short-sleeved dress. Finishing off this confounding getup? A pair of chunky white sneakers. Eek!
Kelsea Ballerini was one of the best dressed stars of the American Music Awards on Oct. 9 thanks to this bright yellow and black Nicolas Jebran minidress. We don't know what we liked more — the unexpected color combination or that zebra-print sash.
Zoe Kravitz rarely disappoints, but this Prada ensemble she wore to a Tiffany jewelry event in New York City on Oct. 9 really underwhelmed. The usually sartorially savvy star donned a black crop top with a belted brown skirt in a snoozeworthy outfit unworthy of her beauty.
Emma Stone was a vision in red at the 2018 BIFA Awards in London on Dec. 2. The star stunned in a bright red Louis Vuitton minidress, which she expertly paired with a pair of gold heels.
Eek! Hailey Baldwin rocked an unconventional silver two-piece set at the PrettyLittleThing x Hailey Baldwin event in Los Angeles on Nov. 5. We weren't feeling the suit-jacket-style top tied at the waist sans shirt, nor were we into those wide-legged pants. She accessorized with more silver in the form of pointy-toe heels and oversized hoops
Keira Knightley looked like a Chanel dream at the London premiere of "The Nutcracker and the Four Realms" on Nov. 1. Her off-the-shoulder frock featured three-quarter-length sleeves, delicate texture along the neckline and down the full skirt and a perfect pink belt around her waist.
Yikes! Courtney Love arrived, but we're not sure in style, to the LACMA Art + Film Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 3 in this shimmering, shiny, star-shaped bow-encrusted ensemble. Though we're used to the star thinking outside of the box when it comes to fashion, we can't get behind this shiny Gucci selection on the rocker.
Mackenzie Foy wore the perfect gown to the premiere of "The Nutcracker and the Four Realms" in London on Nov. 1. We loved her delicate one-shouldered Rodarte number, from the pale pink shade to the floral embroidery that managed to be both high-fashion and age-appropriate.
We weren't fans of the long-sleeved white Khaite dress with tiny black polka dots that Emily Blunt wore to the 15th Annual CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in New York City on Nov. 5. It was fine at first — until it gave way to that pleated skirt with a funky jagged hemline.
A velvet cheetah-print pantsuit? We're all in! Sophia Bush sported this amazing getup at the Hollywood Film Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 4. The star paired the excellent selection with a black shirt underneath and nude pointy-toe pumps for one of our favorite looks of the month.
At least she stays true to her individual style! Ariana Grande attended Billboard's 13th Annual Women in Music event in New York City on Dec. 6 in this unfortunate Christian Siriano getup. Though the lilac color was lovely, that strapless minidress with its ruffled skirt paired with her signature thigh-high boots came off more costume-like than couture. Thank you, Ariana, but… next!
Oh, Rita Ora! Just when we thought she already wore her worst outfit of the year, she goes and tops herself. This time it was with this unfortunate Moschino number, a strapless pink and blank scribble-printed minidress paired with matching scribble-printed tights. The singer rocked this questionable choice at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball in London on Dec. 8.
We thought we loved an animal-print pantsuit the most, but that was before we saw this plaid one! Aly Raisman attended the 15th Annual CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in New York City on Nov. 5 in this custom Tanya Taylor getup that we were instantly obsessed with. Making things even better? Those incredible shoes!
Kacey Musgraves had fun with menswear at the 2018 CMA Awards on Nov. 14. The "Golden Hour" crooner donned custom Versace for country's big night — a bodysuit trimmed in Western-inspired Swarovski crystal fringe accents and black trousers.
Shailene Woodley attended the Hollywood Film Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 4 in this sequined disaster. The Ralph & Russo romper had puffy short sleeves, a keyhole cutout, a peplum detail coming out from the belt and short shorts, all combining to make this feel more like the previous week's Halloween costume than a high-fashion ensemble for the red carpet. We did love her perfect topknot and those bangs though!
Camila Cabello went with a fiery red look at the MTV EMAs on Nov. 4. The Alex Perry design featured spaghetti straps, an interestingly cut neckline and a glamorous full skirt that was perfect for a red (or pink!) carpet.
Um… we don't know where to begin with this one! Steve Aoki arrived at the Latin Grammy Awards on Nov. 15 in this, well, colorful look, Though we can't tell if it's two pieces or a romper, we appreciated the DJ-producer's dedication to cheery colors. But that doesn't mean we have to like it!
We're rarely rendered speechless by bad fashion, but we just need a minute to digest Sigourney Weaver's Rome Film Festival attire on Oct. 24. The Off-White look came straight from the runway, and Sigourney's take added matching trousers in that incredibly busy print. But even that wasn't all that bad. Nope, what took this look over the edge was, well… those shoes.
At first glance, we loved Leslie Mann's look at the Moet & Chandon toast to the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards during the nominations announcement in Beverly Hills on Dec. 6. Her Zac Posen tea-length frock was the perfect selection for the event, and we loved the peach shade. Unfortunately, things went awry in the shoe department, with Leslie opting to pair the look with those awful bright orange heels.