It's February and love is in the air! But which celebrities' outfits did we adore and whose left us heartbroken? Wonderwall.com is rounding up the best and worst dressed stars of the month. First up… Rita Ora's toilet paper couture! We were immediately reminded of that bridal shower game where you wrap people in toilet paper to make wedding gowns when we saw the singer-actress in this hideous ensemble at Clive Davis's Pre-Grammy Gala in Los Angeles on Feb. 9. The off-the-shoulder minidress by Yanina Couture featured messy white-and-black feather-like embellishments. Keep reading to see more of this month's fashion hits and misses…
Duchess Kate had a gorgeous moment in Gucci this month! The royal donned this gorgeous rose-hued gown by the design house the night before Valentine's Day while attending a charity gala dinner in London.
One of the worst fashion moments on the red carpet this month? Cardi B's bizarre vintage Mugler moment at the Grammys in Los Angeles on Feb. 10. The over-the-top, tacky look involved a sequined nude bodysuit tucked into a black skirt that bloomed as if it were a clam shell. The ridiculous poses didn't help matters, and her accessories were equally loud. See them next…
Cardi B topped her insane Mugler clamshell number with an equally insane amount of pearls (get it?!). She wore a bizarre beehive atop her head and stacks upon stacks of pearls upon her neck, though she went with 28 carats of Gismondi diamonds on her ears.
Liam Hemsworth wasn't able to make it to the Feb. 11 premiere of "Isn't it Romantic?" in Los Angeles due to a health issue (he reportedly had kidney stones!), so his stunning wife filled in for him. Miley Cyrus arrived wearing this gorgeous red ruffled gown with sheer panels from Valentino's Pre-Fall 2019 collection. From the dress itself to how she showed up for Liam, we think every ounce of Miley's look was totally romantic.
To finish off her dramatic red Valentino look, Miley Cyrus brought even more drama with her hair and makeup. We loved her super-high ponytail and that perfect red lip.
Where do we begin with Dua Lipa's heinous Christopher Kane gown?! From the barely-there black lace bodice with its unnecessary cut-out to the disastrous hot pink skirt's weird cut, this Feb. 20 Brit Awards look landed the star firmly on the miss list. Fortunately, her Grammys look fared much better…
Dua Lipa's silver Atelier Versace dress at the Grammys in Los Angeles on Feb. 10 made up for the mess at the Brit Awards. The crystal mesh column gown featured delicately draped blue and gray silk satin that cascaded into a glamorous train, and she brought extra sparkle with her jewels. See them next…
Dua Lipa added to the sparkle of her shimmering Versace confection with a beautiful Bulgari diamond necklace. And when it came to her beauty look, she kept things simple — rocking straight hair, a smokey eye and a subdued nude lip.
Katy Perry's bizarre Balmain confection was one of our least favorite looks on the Grammys red carpet in Los Angeles on Feb. 10. The gown started with a strapless silver bodice before giving way to a ridiculous silhouette covered in bubblegum pink tulle and felt more like a costume than a couture moment.
We loved Constance Wu's romantic Schiaparelli number at the "Isn't It Romantic" premiere in Los Angeles on Feb. 11. From the plunging neckline to those delicate tiers of chiffon in pretty pink, orange and purple shades, this unique frock made a statement even against that busy floral backdrop.
Laura Harrier donned this dreamy Louis Vuitton gown at the BAFTAs in London on Feb. 10. We loved the hue, the delicate pleating at the collar and along the sleeves and the way she paired it perfectly with nude heels. She also added an unexpected accessory to the mix, which we'll see next…
Laura Harrier jazzed up her look with a sleek bedazzled barrette — a fun new way to add jewels to the mix. We loved the unexpected addition and the way it incorporated a matching orange hue.
Sarah Paulson's vintage Chanel frock at the Costume Designers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 19 wasn't our favorite. The long-sleeved red design featured an all-over black print, and though she paired it with sharp pointy-toe black pumps and a black clutch, we still weren't crazy about this look.
Kacey Musgraves' pale blush gown drew rave reviews at the Grammys in Los Angeles on Feb. 10. We loved the nod to the cover of her album "Golden Hour" with the sweet fan detail along the neckline (the country star's cover features her holding a pink fan), and adored the hue and silhouette of the Valentino Haute Couture gown. Next up? Her beauty look…
When it came time for makeup, Kacey Musgraves opted for pretty pink shades that complemented her Valentino frock perfectly. She wore her dark hair simple and straight and went sans jewelry — save for her dainty diamond nose stud — keeping the attention on that phenomenal gown.
Another sweet number with plenty of fanned-out frills? Suki Waterhouse's white Rami Kadi gown at the Brit Awards in London on Feb. 20. We loved the delicate tulle layers and the way it tied together with a ruby red sparkly belt.
Chloe Grace Moretz brought us another fashion miss this month while attending the "Greta" premiere in New York City on Feb. 19. Her funky Louis Vuitton frock featured oversized printed sleeves and a high-neck detail in the same print paired with an otherwise dull belted black minidress.
Lady Gaga brought disco glam sparkly to the Grammy Awards red carpet in Los Angeles on Feb. 10. It was the perfect occasion to rock this sparkly Celine selection, with its fanned-out frill at the bodice, thigh-high slit and shimmering silver fabric.
That's a whole lot of plaid, Zoe Saldana! We weren't huge fans of the star's all-over plaid Tory Burch look at the designer's show during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 10, comprised of a long jacket, skirt and pants in the same plaid paired with a black t-shirt.
Ashlee Simpson brought the drama to the Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala in Los Angeles on Feb. 9, donning this gorgeous Ralph & Russo gown with a tulle-trimmed collar and plenty of sparkly ruffles.
Lily Collins donned this bizarre navy blue Givenchy Haute Couture ensemble at the BAFTAs in London on Feb. 10. From the strangely cropped blazer to the tiered short skirt with a sheer patterned overlay, there was nothing to love about this disastrous look.
Nicky Hilton Rothschild got into the Valentine's Day spirit a few days early at the Alice and Olivia presentation in New York City on Feb. 11. We adored her lilac Alice and Olivia pantsuit, which she rocked with a pretty pink top and matching clutch.
Why, Olivia Wilde? The actress arrived at the Michael Kors show during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 13 in this hideous getup — which seemed to be a shimmering gray skirt paired with a belted military-style jacket.
Olivia Munn rocked a sleek navy blue velvet pantsuit at the STARZ TCA Winter Press Tour in Los Angeles on Feb. 12. She rocked it sans undershirt, but opted to instead replace a top with a few delicate silver chains to up the glam factor.
If you're rocking a very loud and busy top, it's probably best to steer clear of statement shoes too. Raven-Symone didn't take this advice, donning this busy multicolored sweatshirt with ladies in sunglasses (perhaps that's why she's rocking hers on the green carpet?). If she'd kept everything else simple it would have been fine, but she also added those odd and equally busy black and white shoes, earning herself a miss at the "Kim Possible" premiere in Los Angeles on Feb. 12.
Linda Cardellini channeled a prima ballerina at the BAFTAs in London on Feb. 10. The star donned this strapless confection, a tea-length gown with a fitted bodice, silver detailing at the waist and a full tulle skirt. She finished things off by adding silver heels that complemented the dress detail.
Now that pantsuits on the red carpet are so mainstream, there's bound to be some misses. Nicollette Sheridan exemplified this cringe-worthy sequined, double breasted suit jacket and wide-legged pants combo at the Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 16.
Amandla Stenberg rocked this chic Louis Vuitton look at the Vanity Fair and L'Oreal Paris New Hollywood Party in Los Angeles on Feb. 19: a gray suit and printed T-shirt paired with a black belt and boots.
Yikes! Tori Kelly donned this disastrous strapless frock by Raisa Vanessa — complete with way too many jagged ruffles in various shades of pink and red — at Clive Davis's Pre-Grammys Gala in Los Angeles on Feb. 9.
Actress Mariska Hargitay looked like a rock star at the Christian Siriano show during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 9 in this chic bedazzled pantsuit with a silk black top underneath.
Is it even a true miss list without Rita Ora? We think not. She delivered one of her monthly fashion disasters at Spotify's Best New Artist 2019 party in Los Angeles on Feb. 7 when she walked the red carpet in this heinous pink-and-orange feathered Marc Jacobs getup.
We were loving Lupita Nyong'o's striped minidress at the Saks Fifth Avenue Main Floor Opening event in New York City on Feb. 7. From the high neck to the jagged hemline, this edgy little Balmain number pushed the envelope in the perfect way.
We appreciate Lucy Boynton's penchant for a glam Gucci moment — like this insanely dramatic glittering green gown with flared sleeves, velvet trim and an embellished dragon design on the bodice that she wore to the Santa Barbara Film Festival on Feb. 1 — but there has to be balance. We weren't crazy about the dress, but her crazy makeup is what helped land this look among the misses. See that next…
Lucy Boynton opted for some clown-like makeup at the event, bringing even more craziness to her already ridiculous Gucci gown. From the pink eyeshadow extending to her temples to that matte red lip, we just couldn't take this makeup look seriously.
Another star sporting dragons this month? Lana Condor, who wore this loud and unfortunate Balmain mini to the "Alita: Battle Angel" premiere in Los Angeles on Feb. 5. The long-sleeved turtleneck dress had a dragon design wrapped around it, resulting in a cartoon-ish red carpet look.
From dragons to scorpions! Sarah Hyland opted to go sans shirt with this otherwise cool Tanya Taylor checkered jacket and skirt set. We'd love this look if she added a blouse and lost that weird silver scorpion embellishment.
Penelope Cruz's style has been in a downward slump lately, and this look she donned for the Goya Awards in Spain on Feb. 2 didn't help. From the silver halter-style neckline to the chunky belt detail and mermaid-style skirt, this look felt dated.
Julianne Hough got Valentine's Day started a week early at Spotify's Best New Artist 2019 party in Los Angeles on Feb. 7. We loved this sweet little hot pink minidress that was tied perfectly with a big red bow.
Getting into the Valentine's Day spirit in a much less fashionable way? Priyanka Chopra. The newlywed stepped out in this unfortunate Teresa Helbig getup — complete with a teeny-tiny multicolored floral print all over — while in New York City on Feb. 6. The white suit was kitschy enough without adding that bubblegum pink Chanel bag and those red heels.
Andie MacDowell looked elegant in Alberta Ferretti at the Berlin Film Festival on Feb. 7. Her black ballgown featured just the right amount of ruffles for an ideal red carpet moment.
It was a swing and miss for Salma Hayek at the Crystal Globes in Paris on Feb. 5. This Gucci gown brought the drama in all the wrong ways: From its black-and-pink color combo to the excessive waist embellishments to all those frills, this one's headed straight to the miss list.
Maggie Gyllenhaal has been failing in the fashion department lately, and this look she chose for the Kate Spade show during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 8 was no exception. We can't pinpoint the worst part — was it the ill-fitting pink pantsuit? The way she paired it with a black crop top? That messy hairstyle? The mismatched pink lip? The possibilities are endless…
Stunning! Glenn Close's powder blue Alexander McQueen suit was the perfect garb for the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills on Feb. 4. That gorgeous shade combined with her nude Christian Louboutin heels made for a stellar fashion moment.
Where do we start? Lisa Loeb attended Spotify's Best New Artist 2019 party in Los Angeles on Feb. 7 in this perplexing getup. Maybe without that metallic puffer jacket, things could have been different? On second thought, probably not. Her black turtleneck paired with that printed salmon-hued skirt, dark tights and chunky boots would have been a miss all on their own.
It's been a long time since Michelle Rodriguez served up a hit, but this look she chose for the amfAR Gala in New York City on Feb. 6 was a winner. From that pretty burnt orange shade to the delicate pleating on the A.L.C. dress to the way she paired it with silver shoes, this ensemble gets an A+.
It was only a matter of time before Lady Gaga served up a fashion misstep this award season. It came at the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills on Feb. 4 when she walked in wearing this stark white Louis Vuitton number. Though we appreciate her commitment to winter whites at the luncheon, those ruffled bell sleeves ruined this entire look.
Justin Timberlake isn't exactly a street-style superstar, but he took things to a new low while out in New York City on Feb. 2. This grandmother-approved blue Acne Studios coat, complete with a hood and floral-patterned detail, was an odd selection that he paired with jeans and a pair of Nike Air Fear of God 1 sneakers.
All-over print is always risky, but Amanda Seyfried pulled off this bold Fendi look flawlessly! We loved how everything was tied together with the black accessories — that sweet Fendi bag and those killer black heels.
So! Much! Fabric! Rachel Weisz's Marc Jacobs look at the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills on Feb. 4 left a lot to be desired. The frilly soft pink dress featured way too much fabric — from the ruffled high neck to the oversized long sleeves to that pleated full skirt.
When tulle and bows work well together, the results are magical. Case in point: Dakota Fanning's killer Rodarte fashion show look on Feb. 5. From the feminine, tulle-covered collar to the multiple bow details down the gown, we loved every inch of this frilly, over-the-top frock.
Stars and leopard print? Heidi Klum hit a new low at LAX Airport in Los Angeles on Feb. 5 when she arrived for a flight rocking a fuzzy leopard-print sweatshirt with a pair of loud black-and-white star-print pants.
Another way bows went right this month? Catherine O'Hara's Movies for Grownups Awards look in Beverly Hills on Feb. 4. The "Schitt's Creek" star donned this sweet little pantsuit complete with a gloriously oversized bow at the collar.
We were really hoping this half-skirt look stayed in 2018, but alas, here's Lais Ribeiro donning the unfortunate style at the amfAR Gala in New York City on Feb. 6. The Vitor Zerbinato gown featured a strapless minidress adorned with a ruffle on the waist in the same fabric as its dramatic ruffled half-skirt.
Victoria Justice nailed a monochromatic menswear look at the Pamella Roland show during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 7. We loved that muted yellow hue, the turtleneck she rocked underneath and the pantsuit's edgy embellishments.
We typically love Nicky Hilton Rothschild's sartorial selections, but her strapless Oscar de la Renta underwhelmed. We weren't fans of the gold, messy fringe asymmetrical detail on the gown she wore to the amfAR Gala in New York City on Feb. 6.
Yes! Emmanuelle Chriqui wore the most ideal jumpsuit to the FOX Winter All-Star Party in Los Angeles on Feb. 6. The sleeveless velvet Galvan number featured a fitted bodice and wide-legged pants and fit the star perfectly.
We have a feeling Blair Waldorf would not approve of this getup. Leighton Meester attended the Disney ABC photocall in Los Angeles on Feb. 5 in this matronly chocolate brown silk number, which featured long sleeves and a belt detail. If the dull dress wasn't enough, those metallic shoes solidified this look as a miss.
Obsessed! From the velvet bow to the plunging neckline to that killer sparkly gunmetal gray fabric, Devon Windsor's Alexandre Vauthier dress was one of the best looks at the amfAR Gala in New York City on Feb. 6.
So close, yet so far. The velvet pantsuit and striped-shirt combo that Rashida Jones wore to the AAFCA Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 6 was a killer fashion moment — in theory. But unfortunately, the oversized jacket paired with those wide-legged pants detracted from the cool factor of that black-and-white-striped tee underneath.