February is upon us! The month symbolizing love has already gifted us with some beautiful, ethereal gowns… and some horrible, heinous fashion offenses. Now let's begin! We were worried this would become a trend! Sienna Miller sported Dior at the premiere of her film "The Lost City of Z" during the 67th Berlinale International Film Festival on Feb. 14. And while we love the gown, we're not huge fans of the sporty briefs underneath. Now keep reading to get a closer look and see more unfortunate and fabulous fashion for the month!
Yep, Sienna Miller's Dior undies were on full display as she jumped on the latest trend to hit the red carpet. We're not fans of the movement, since it throws off the ethereal, flowy vibe of her beautiful floral gown.
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We hated the Jenny Packham dress that Mandy Moore wore to the 19th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 21. From the oddly placed slip-like layer underneath to the strange sleeve length, we expected more from our favorite "This Is Us" star!
Katy Perry arrived at the Brit Awards in London on Feb. 22 sparkling in Atelier Versace. The pop star sported the unique frock with a matching blazer-like addition over top. And though we loved her hairstyle from the front, since it looked like a sleek top knot, once we got a better look, it was a different story…
Katy Perry donned a bizarre bun-mohawk combination at the Brit Awards that consisted of multiple teeny-tiny top knots in a row. And while we applaud her for the originality, we wish she would have gone with something more conventional to better complement her unique dress choice.
Rocking a black dress straight from the Louis Vuitton runway, Karlie Kloss attended the Naked Heart Foundation Fabulous Fund Fair in London on Feb. 21. The edgy, cool gown featured a ruffled detail at the hem, sheer portions with strategically placed paneling and long sheer sleeves. Let's take a closer look at the back next!
The back of Karlie Kloss's Louis Vuitton gown featured just as much sheer paneling as the front. We loved the way she paired it with a sleek ponytail to make sure the dress got maximum exposure.
Cee-Lo Green nabs the award for the most bizarre look of the month. His Grammys style was unexplainable — a strange gold frock that covered every inch of him from head to toe.
Adele arrived at the Grammys in this gorgeous green Givenchy gown. The superstar's dress featured intricate patchwork-like detailing on the bodice and a striped pattern along the skirt. But our favorite part of her Grammy style? Her beauty look! Get a better glance next…
Adele rocked her signature cat eye paired with rosy hues on her lips and cheeks and a warm smoky eye. We were also wild about her glam updo, which featured artfully arranged side-swept waves.
We're beginning to sound like a broken record, but Sarah Jessica Parker's recent style continues to break our hearts. The star showed up at the Narciso Rodriguez show during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 14 in this disastrous number — which appears to be a sparkly silver dress atop a black long-sleeved T-shirt. There are also tights involved. And boots. What a mess!
Emily Ratajkowski attended the Michael Kors show during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 15 in this off-the-shoulder black crop top, paired with a black-and-white houndstooth high-waisted skirt. We adored the button detailing and mermaid-like flair on the skirt.
We hated Halsey's Grammys look. The oversized parachute pants and matching suit jacket by Christian Wijnants wasn't helped by the lack of a shirt underneath, but we weren't exactly expecting red carpet gold from this musician.
We loved the whimsicality of Michelle Williams' BAFTA Awards look on Feb. 12! The star wore this silver sequined long-sleeved Louis Vuitton minidress, which featured a subtle yet funky facial design.
Paris Hilton shimmered her way into the misses this month, opting for a sparkling silver dress that looks ready for… well… the only thing that comes to mind is Las Vegas. The star attended the Hollywood Beauty Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 19 in this August Getty Atelier creation, which allowed for an ample display of cleavage and thigh.
Maren Morris was purple perfection on music's biggest night! The country star donned this purple lace gown by Michael Costello, which featured unique paneling that showed off her legs. A pretty good Grammys debut, if you ask us!
Heidi Klum showed up at the Grammys in a silver sequined T-shirt dress. The Philip Plein creation underwhelmed us. Although it's frivolous and just casual enough to pull off on the quirky Grammys red carpet, the combination of the dress and those equally sparkly and spot-on silver shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti lost us completely.
Lily Collins looked like a work of art at the 19th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 21. The actress wore this stunning Alexander McQueen creation, which featured multicolored mosaic-like detailing and fit her like a dream. Her hairstyle, on the other hand, was not our favorite. Get a better look next!
While her makeup was flawless (those brows!), we hated Lily Collins' bizarre hairstyle. The flipped-up edges looked strangely vintage for such a fashion-forward gown, and the slicked-back style distracted us from an otherwise stunning look.
We're typically Chrissy Teigen devotees, but this outfit lost us. The supermodel rocked this strange combination — a printed, belted robe-like wrap dress that looked like it came straight from a rack at the local mall — to the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition launch event in New York City on Feb. 16. The thigh-high lace-up boots didn't help matters either. Sorry, Chrissy!
We love a leather moment on Kerry Washington. Kerry attended the Writers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 19 in a Sally LaPointe creation — a dress reminiscent of her 2016 Versace Oscar dress. The look featured a structured leather bodice with silver embellishments and a simple black flowing skirt — a combination we loved.
Pick one, Shay Mitchell! The "Pretty Little Liars" star rocked a gorgeous floral maxidress and funky colored fur coat at the Tory Burch show during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 14. Though exceptional on their own, melded together, the outfit turned into a mess.
How cute is Christie Brinkley?! The supermodel stepped out in this stylish ensemble — a multicolored and jeweled miniskirt, black top and over-the-knee boots — while out in New York City on Feb. 16. Our favorite part? The way she rocked her black coat on her shoulders.
What's going on here, Ariel Winter? The young star attended the Vanity Fair and L'Oreal Paris Celebrate Young Hollywood party in Los Angeles on Feb. 21 in this bizarre ensemble, which featured a minimal amount of fabric and a whole lot of leg on display.
Troian Bellisario looked stunning in a silhouette similar to Dakota Johnson's Valentino look from earlier this month. The "Pretty Little Liars" star opted for a metallic spaghetti-strap gown at the 19th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 21 — one of her best looks ever.
Lea Michele showed up at the Hollywood Beauty Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 19 in this tragic look. The J. Mendel dress looked like it was about to fall off, between the droopy off-the-shoulder sleeves and the teeny spaghetti straps. And the plunging neckline, also held together by a string, did not require the super-high slit as well. We're not fans, Lea!
Blair Waldorf would most definitely approve! Leighton Meester stepped out in this phenomenal black pantsuit at the Saks Downtown Men's Grand Opening in New York City on Feb. 22.
Elle King taught us that there is such thing as too many flowers! Who knew? The singer arrived at the Grammys in this excessive off-the-shoulder floral gown. But it was one of her accessories that really confused us…
Elle King topped off her major floral look with, what else, a flower crown! And a nose ring! This girl is ready for Coachella in April!
Sorry, kids! Singer Girl Crush stole all the balls out of your ball pit for her Grammys dress! The musician rocked this bizarre two-piece bubblegum pink confection on the red carpet and landed herself on worst-dressed lists everywhere.
An instant miss? Lena Dunham's bizarre "Girls" premiere getup. Lena showed up in this vintage Todd Oldham look for the New York City event on Feb. 2. And while the ensemble — a sequined skirt and black tank top with corresponding sequins along the straps — isn't as bad as her typical red carpet style has been in the past, it's the hair and makeup that really threw us for a loop.
We're not sure where to start with this one. Lena Dunham opted for hot pink eyeshadow, which ran around her entire eye for a jarring raccoon affect. The rest of her makeup was relatively subdued, with a noted pink lip. She showed off a full fringe, tying her hair up in a ponytail, and then over-accessorized with black and silver jewelry.
Emma Stone's award-season style has been on point! The "La La Land" star attended the Oscar Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills on Feb. 6 in this amazing asymmetrical Stella McCartney jumpsuit. Paired with Jimmy Choo pointed-toe pumps, this look was certainly award-worthy.
Dakota Johnson really flabbergasted us with this one. The Rosetta Getty creation she wore to the 31st ASC Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Los Angeles on Feb. 4 featured black pants underneath a white, short-sleeved, high-necked… dress? Just wait, the view from the back makes this one even more confusing.
The back of Dakota Johnson's dress — a hospital gown-like design of fabric tied with a string — was nonexistent. But don't worry, Dakota redeemed herself at the "Fifty Shades Darker" premiere, which we'll get to later…
Scarlett Johansson attended the amfAR New York Gala on Feb. 8 in this custom-made tuxedo by Atelier Versace. The star's double-breasted suit jacket featured cream panels and paired well with matching trousers. Next up, a better look at her jewels!
Check out those earrings! Scarlett Johansson donned this pair of Harry Winston earrings, which were a whopping 16.15 carats, with her Atelier Versace tux.
Oh, wow. We're not quite sure what Alyssa Milano was thinking when she got ready for Fanatics owner Michael Rubin's Super Bowl Party in Houston on Feb. 4. Our only guess? Mismatching. The actress wore a rainbow-colored Super Bowl top tucked into a black-and-white plaid skirt paired with a leather jacket and blindingly neon yellow heels.
We liked Chrissy Teigen's funky black-and-white Alon Livne dress. The star wore the long-sleeved minidress, which featured fun black detailing at the hem, to the DIRECTV NOW Super Saturday Night Concert at Club Nomadic in Houston on Feb. 4.
Maybe one day, Mariah Carey will deliver a fashion hit, but today is not that day. The E! "docu-series" star attended a private party for her new single "I Don't" in Los Angeles on Feb. 4 in this barely there LBD. The dress was literally tied on, with lace-up detailing that ran up the left side.
Ruth Negga looked like a fairy princess in this beautiful multi-colored Valentino gown. The long-sleeved, collared dress that she wore to the 16th Annual Movies for Grownups Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 6 featured delicate pink, purple, green and gold sequined detailing. Let's take a closer look!
Up close, the detailing on Ruth Negga's Valentino dress is downright adorable! The heart and floral designs, delicate Peter Pan collar and gauzy pink bow tie helped solidify this dress as one of our favorites of the month!
Dakota Johnson looked marvelous in mauve at the "Fifty Shades Darker" premiere in Los Angeles on Feb. 2. We adored the star's flowy, ethereal Valentino gown, which featured a plunging neckline.
Gwen Stefani stepped out in Los Angeles on Feb. 5 in this perplexing combination. The oversized jacket and skinny pants both featured the same loud red-and-black print, giving us major Spider-man vibes.
Emily Ratajkowski opted for aubergine at the sixth annual NFL Honors in Houston on Feb. 4. The model's pretty printed gown by KAYAT featured a thigh-high slit and paired well with her strappy metallic heels.
Though we're used to Alessandra Ambrosio only serving five-star style, every fashionista has her misses. When the supermodel attended the Leather & Laces Saturday Night Super Bowl party in Houston on Feb. 4, we weren't fans of her tiny black tube top, high-waisted white pants and bizarre faux fur Cinq à Sept jacket combination.
Rosamund Pike delivered some darling Valentine's Day fashion inspiration at the "A United Kingdom" premiere in New York City on Feb. 6 where the star sported this wispy white and floral print minidress by Giambattista Valli, which featured romantic bow detailing at the neck and below the frock's keyhole cutout.
We love Helen Mirren, but the legendary actress's ensemble at the 69th Annual Directors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 4 was a miss. Pairing that very sparkly skirt with a V-neck sweater, though comfy-looking, didn't seem like a red carpet-worthy combo.
Mandy Moore looked sleek and sophisticated in this black pantsuit at the 69th Annual Directors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 4. She went sans shirt, flashing a tiny bit of her bra, and finished the fabulous look with slicked-back hair and a dark lip.
Has Rita Ora ever delivered a hit in the fashion department? The "America's Next Top Model" host confounded us at the premiere of "Fifty Shades Darker" in Los Angeles on Feb. 3 in this asymmetrical floral-print gown by Giambattista Valli.