It's that time again! Wonderwall.com is rounding up the best and worst style moments of the month, starting with Ariana Grande, who attended the NBC "Hairspray Live!" photocall in Los Angeles on Nov. 16 in this horrendous look. The pint-sized pop star drowned in these massive, wide-legged denim overalls paired with what seemed to be only a black bra underneath. Keep reading to see even more of the best and worst style moments from November 2016…
Emma Stone wore this sleek take on the LBD at the Bulleit Bourbon Luncheon to Celebrate "La La Land" in New York City on Nov. 27. The star kept things classic in a long-sleeved, long black frock by The Row paired with simple black pumps.
Forgetting tops is becoming an epidemic on the red carpet as of late. Iggy Azalea is one of the many who braved a blazer sans undershirt this month, in her case at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in Sydney on Nov. 16. Instead of a shirt, the rapper opted for an excess of sparkly jewelry, but unfortunately for I-G-G-Y, the necklace just drew attention to the fact that she was missing an even more crucial outfit element — a bra!
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Rory's all grown up! Alexis Bledel attended the premiere of "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" in Los Angeles on Nov. 18 in this delicate and beautiful black Cynthia Rowley dress. Alexis accessorized with a Judith Leiber clutch, kept her jewelry to a minimum and rocked a pretty plum lip.
Mariah, you're not on fire! Songstress-turned-television star Mariah Carey stopped by the Third Annual Airbnb Open Spotlight in Los Angeles on Nov. 19 in this questionable getup — a skintight camouflage shirt (dress?) paired with black pants (tights?). Better luck next time, Mimi!
Felicity Jones opted for a dress straight from the runway for the "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" fan event in Mexico City on Nov. 22. The actress donned this pretty nude Valentino creation, which featured the perfect amount of tulle and delicate detailing.
Nicole Scherzinger stepped out in this bedazzled jumpsuit in London on Nov. 27 and we're not quite sure what occasion warranted this Britney-Spears-video-esque ensemble. Especially considering the wardrobe malfunction that seemed to be happening on the back…
Nicole Scherzinger clearly didn't feel confident with photogs snapping pictures of her jumpsuit from behind — she blocked her backside as paparazzi snapped away.
Gigi Hadid co-hosted the American Music Awards on Nov. 20 and got great reviews not only on her hosting job but on her red carpet style! The supermodel donned this show-stopping tiered white lace gown by Roberto Cavalli and paired the off-the-shoulder frock with an accessory that nearly rivaled its beauty. See her diamond necklace up next…
Beauty in bling! Gigi Hadid accessorized her white Roberto Cavalli gown with a delicate diamond choker and kept her makeup glam with a smoky eye and pretty pink lip.
Bella Thorne also joined the shirtless blazer brigade this month. The star arrived at the American Music Awards in a black bra with a black Anthony Franco jacket over top. The star added Josie Natori pants and some strappy heels for an unconventional red carpet getup.
Nina Dobrev had one of our favorite looks of the night at the AMAs with this silver and black Zuhair Murad suit. The actress rocked a black lace corset underneath her blazer and complemented her unexpected shorts suit with a pair of classic black pumps.
Olivia Munn's American Music Awards dress was one of the tiniest of the night! The star's Reem Acra frock looked more like lingerie than a red carpet dress, and the black bow detailing certainly didn't help matters.
We loved Hailee Steinfeld's belted AMAs ensemble! The star rocked this shimmering romper by Elie Saab featured a plunging neckline and a cool caped design with star detailing.
Z Lala is always dependable when it comes to terrible red carpet style. The entertainer delivered the oddest look of the night at the AMAs — this bizarre getup — complete with a puzzling coif.
Former One Direction member Niall Horan posed solo on the red carpet ahead of his big AMAs performance wearing a smart, sharp gray checkered suit and an unbuttoned white shirt by Paul Smith. We're also loving the glasses. Looking good, Niall!
Kate Beckinsale stunned in this navy blue Elie Saab form-fitting dress at a photocall for "Underworld: Blood Wars" in Berlin on Nov. 22. The actress paired it with some fun statement heels for a perfectly chic look.
Marion Cotillard, what are you doing? The star donned a giant yellow hoodie with a red and white gingham shirt underneath outside of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" in New York City on Nov. 16. We're hoping it was some sort of joke.
Lily Collins donned this darling red number by Gauri & Nainika at the Variety & WWD Stylemakers event in Los Angeles on Nov. 17 — where she also debuted chic new bangs!
Gwen Stefani attended the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 14 in an unfortunate ombré Marchesa frock that featured an excess of ruffles, an oddly placed cutout… and don't even get us started on that odd train! Yikes!
A glimmering goddess! Kate Hudson shimmered at the Fifth Annual Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 12 wearing this stunning pleated taupe dress by J. Mendel. The star accessorized with a matching Edie Parker clutch and opted for minimal makeup, adding loose waves to make sure the look kept with her California-cool style.
Jessica Alba normally delivers fashion hit after fashion hit, but the star arrived at the Fifth Annual Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 12 in a miss. The Honest Company mogul opted for this matronly, frilly black gown which featured far too much fabric and an almost artfully messy updo.
Three words — black lace jumpsuit. Jenna Dewan Tatum rocked this nice departure from the LBD at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and InStyle's Celebration of the Golden Globe Awards Season party in Los Angeles on Nov. 10. The legs of the Zuhair Murad jumpsuit were made up of a sheer lace fabric, and next up we're taking a closer look at the bodice…
Jenna Dewan Tatum's Zuhair Murad number featured this black lace bodice, which paired perfectly with her dramatic, bold lip.
Next up, an example of when jumpsuits go wrong! Katie Holmes attended the screening of "All We Had" during the 2016 Napa Valley Film Festival on Nov. 12, 2016 in this jumpsuit — a lace-edged silk halter variation. The ensemble looked more like odd lingerie, and even her cute black pumps couldn't translate the look into a hit.
Ashley Graham made another case for the jumpsuit at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 14, 2016. The model's white lace Galia Lahav Haute Couture version stunned on the red carpet, and featured a high-neck and keyhole cutout for a different take on the new red carpet staple.
Karlie Kloss attended the CFDA X Vogue Fashion Fund Dinner in New York City on Nov. 7. in this Prabal Gurung number straight from the runway, but we're not sure the look translated. The long-sleeved white floral-panel dress from the designer's Spring 2017 collection featured a sky-high side front split and an ill-fitting top portion, but we're also not fans of the back. Keep reading to see the other side…
The Prabal Gurung gown Karlie Kloss picked for the CFDA X Vogue Fashion Fund Dinner featured a draped open back with even more floral pattern on the backside. But next up is our least favorite part of her ensemble… her odd accessories choice.
What happened to your other earring, Karlie? The model rocked only one massive dangling earring (just like the model wearing this look did on the runway), creating an odd, unbalanced fashion statement.
We've missed Michelle Williams on the red carpet! The actress arrived at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Eighth Annual Governors Awards in Hollywood on Nov. 12 in this gorgeous Louis Vuitton gown. The dress, which came from the label's Spring/Summer 2017 collection, featured a silver metallic pattern on a black mesh overlay.
Kelly Rowland also opted for a jumpsuit — though hers was a deep, dark teal — at the Fifth Annual Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 12. And while the color was on-point, we're not obsessed with the one-shouldered off-the-shoulder cut and odd draping on the left leg.
Zendaya stunned at the CFDA X Vogue Fashion Fund Dinner in New York City on Nov. 7 in a Michael Kors gown straight from the runway. The floral navy blue and white off-the-shoulder dress featured sleek cutouts with billowing sleeves, making Zendaya one of the best-dressed stars of the night.
Faith Hill missed the mark at the 50th Annual CMA Awards in Nashville on Nov. 2. The country superstar selected this Armani Privé creation, which featured a black silk-and-velvet skirt with an oversized jacquard peplum waist and a crystal-embroidered top. Unfortunately for Faith, that oversized peplum was far too massive for her lithe frame, and from afar, the skirt looked more like a garbage bag than couture.
Lily Collins went backless at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Eighth Annual Governors Awards in Hollywood on Nov. 12. The actress looked statuesque in this gold satin gown by Amanda Wakeley. Now let's get a look at the back…
Lily Collins' gold Amanda Wakeley gown was even more glamorous from behind, with its draped fabric and a sleek backless design. The dramatic look went perfectly with her waves and red lip.
Kate Beckinsale looked like a vision in white in this Pamella Roland gown that she wore to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Eighth Annual Governors Awards in Hollywood on Nov. 12.
Sometimes looks straight from the runway are too fashion-forward for the masses. This happened to M.I.A., who wore this Stella McCartney look from the designer's resort and menswear collections launch in London on Nov. 10. The cape, those sparkly pants, those platform shoes? All might have worked separately, but all together, they just left us confused.
Suki Waterhouse attended the Hollywood Reporter's Next Gen 2016 celebration at Nightingale in Los Angeles on Nov. 9 in this loud ensemble. The model's twist on the Canadian tuxedo featured floral embellishments and channeled the '70s for a look that could have also doubled as a Halloween costume last month.
We loved the pale pink gown Octavia Spencer wore to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Eighth Annual Governors Awards in Hollywood on Nov. 12. The pastel creation by Tadashi Shoji featured flattering ruching and pretty beaded embellishments.
Charlie XCX often shocks on the red carpet, and her appearance at the MTV Europe Music Awards in the Netherlands on Nov. 6 was no different. The singer opted for this loud, hot-pink two-piece creation, featuring oversized paillette embellishments, which she topped off with a pink fur stole.
Carrie Underwood looked like the belle of the ball at the 50th Annual CMA Awards in Nashville on Nov. 2. The superstar sported this pink pearl-and-Swarovski-crystal-embellished Michael Cinco creation on the red carpet and was lauded as one of the best dressed of the evening.
Hailee Steinfeld went with this daring Reem Acra look at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and InStyle's Celebration of the Golden Globe Awards Season party in Los Angeles on Nov. 10. Unfortunately for Hailee, this look from the label's Spring 2017 collection fell flat. The one-sleeved top and asymmetric cut was fine enough, but the oversized bow detailing is what lost us.
Rachel Bilson returned to the red carpet in style at the Fifth Annual Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 12. The star wore this gorgeous fitted, floral Dolce & Gabbana gown — one of our favorite looks of the month.
Yikes! That's our first thought when we saw Courtney Love at the "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" musical opening night at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles on Nov. 2. The rock star's Valentino dress from the design house's Pre-Fall 2016 collection was, sadly, a major miss.
Jumpsuits continued to have a major moment in November — and Jordana Brewster's look at the Fifth Annual Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 12 was no exception. The actress wore this stunning one by Monique Lhuiller that featured delicate beading and a feminine bow tied around the waist.
Oh no, Olivia! Olivia Newton-John attended the 50th Annual CMA Awards in Nashville on Nov. 2 in this bizarre getup — which included a black-and-white button-down, leather pants, suede boots with gold embellished heels, a bow tie and a black blazer with electric-blue color-blocked shoulders.
Black and white and Burberry! Caitriona Balfe attended the Evening Standard Theatre Awards at The Old Vic in London on Nov. 13 in this simple yet stunning paneled and pleated number.