With a little more than a month left in 2018, the stars are really pulling out all the stops in the fashion department! Wonderwall.com is rounding up the best and worst dressed stars of November beginning with, well, this disaster on Amber Heard. At the movie's London premiere on Nov. 26, the "Aquaman" star looked like she was wearing an underwater sea creature costume — and not very convincingly, we might add! — rather than fashion-forward couture. Maybe the look wouldn't have been so bad without the headpiece, but all together, it's way too much. Keep reading for more terrible (and terrific!) fashion…
Emily Ratajkowski nearly rendered us speechless in this equal parts bizarre and hideous Paco Rabanne getup at the GQ Australia Men of the Year Awards in Sydney on Nov. 14. From the high neck and bizarre triangle cut to that horrendous shiny skirt, we just have one question: What was her stylist thinking?
Kacey Musgraves brought high fashion to Nashville at the CMA Awards, rocking custom Versace on the red carpet on Nov. 14. The "Golden Hour" crooner donned this bodysuit trimmed in Western-inspired Swarovski crystal fringe accents with black trousers, which also had a matching cropped jacket. Let's see that next…
The impeccably tailored cropped jacket was an optional accessory for Kacey Musgraves on the CMA Awards red carpet, as she posed with it both off and on. She finished things with slick, straight hair and a bright red lip for an A+ ensemble.
Lady Gaga's "A Star is Born" press tour looks were all perfection, but she ruined her amazing streak with this dumpy Valentino design at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Governors Awards in Hollywood on Nov. 18. The oversized, crinkled black fabric swallowed her whole, but her beauty look nearly salvaged this look. Let's see it next…
Though the Valentino dress was disastrous, Lady Gaga's hair and makeup were on-point. We loved her glam black and silver smokey eyes, the way she rocked her hair slick and straight and that pretty pink lip. Those diamond earrings were just icing on the cake!
We adored the Dundas minidress Kendall Jenner wore at a magazine launch party on Nov. 15! From the stunning goldenrod shade to the high neck to the long sleeves and the wrap-style skirt, there wasn't one thing we didn't love. Her nude heels finished things off perfectly, making this one of our favorite looks of the month.
Emma Stone donned this stunning Louis Vuitton number at the Governors Awards in Hollywood on Nov. 18. We loved the tiny dash of gold along the gown's straps, which brought more even metallic to complement the delicate silver detailing.
Kaley Cuoco is one of the highest paid women on television, which means she could afford something much, much better than this dress that she wore to the Stand Up For Pits event in Los Angeles on Nov. 11. The one-sleeved hot pink minidress was puzzling enough on its own, but adding a pair of sneakers to the mix added another question mark.
Meg Ryan looked like a vision at a Friars Club event for Billy Crystal in New York City on Nov. 12. The actress donned this beautiful J. Mendel creation, which featured long sleeves, delicate embroidery and a long pleated skirt.
Thanks to "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," we've seen Lisa Vanderpump's closet, so we know she has way better options that this! The reality star attended the Third Annual Vanderpump Dog Foundation Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 15 in a hot pink and black frock that was totally obscured by… well, we're not quite sure! Let's take a closer look…
It seems like Lisa Vanderpump topped off her look with a massive cape, which had an equally massive bow. By tying it around her neck, she hid what was probably a glamorous gown underneath and cemented herself as a miss this month.
Justine Skye donned one of our favorite pantsuits of the season at the Soul Train Awards in Las Vegas on Nov. 17. The gray suit by Each x Other had fun fringe detailing in purple and white, setting it apart from the sea of pantsuits we've been seeing on the red carpet. Her bright purple pumps elevated this look even further, keeping a trend that's been bordering on boring fun and fresh.
Claire Foy either delivers true hits or disastrous misses, and unfortunately, this look falls into the latter category. The Alexander McQueen gown she wore to the Evening Standard Theatre Awards in London on Nov. 18 had a Bardot neckline, but the ill fit made it feel like the dress was at risk of falling off. Combined with the odd gathering on the sleeves and that loud black print, we couldn't get behind this look.
Another unique pantsuit! We also loved Allison Williams' take on the trend at an event held by Variety & Rolling Stone in Los Angeles on Nov. 14. Allison's Monse design featured a sharp plaid print that gave way to pinstripes on the sleeves, though we didn't get to see the full effect since she rocked the jacket atop her shoulders. Her high-neck feminine blouse underneath was a solid choice, which we'll get a better look at next…
Stunning! Allison Williams' blouse selection finished this look off perfectly, adding some little frills to this unique pantsuit. We also loved the way she rocked an artfully messy updo and the perfect nude lip with this sharp look.
Rita Ora returned to her usual spot on the miss list in November (after a shocking stint on the hit list last month!). This time, it was for the funky vintage Mugler frock she wore to the Evening Standard Theatre Awards in London on Nov. 18. Though the shade was a pretty pink, those feathers are where everything went wrong in our book. They took over the gown's neckline and bodice, distracting us from the look's otherwise glamorous silhouette.
We're pretty sure we have a new style icon… and his name is Snoop Dogg! The rap legend received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Nov. 19 decked out in this killer Gucci turtleneck underneath a camel coat with jeans and two-tone dress shoes — a truly stellar outfit!
Oh, Kelly Osbourne. The star served up a fashion miss at an event in New York City on Nov. 15. She started out fine, with a sleek all-black ensemble, but she topped it off with a hideous red, green and purple metallic coat.
Pretty in pink! Amy Adams arrived at the Governors Awards in Hollywood on Nov. 18 in style! The movie star donned this beautiful Schiaparelli frock, which featured long sleeves and a hot pink belt detail. But our favorite part of this look? The sweet heart design on the chest! Let's take a closer look…
Amy Adams' Schiaparelli frock was feminine and fun thanks to this darling hot pink embellishment. The sparkling studding was the same shade as the gown's belt detail, keeping things in the same family of pinks while adding a little extra personality to the pale confection.
One of the worst dressed stars on the CMA Awards red carpet in Nashville on Nov. 14? RaeLynn, who wore a black gown with one bizarrely massive lavender ruffle down the side. Though we hated the dress, we did love her blunt bob!
Gemma Chan donned this sleek cream suit at the "Mary Queen of Scots" premiere in London on Nov. 15. The jacket was perfectly tailored and held in place by a matching belt and the wide-legged pants gave way to a pair of killer gold heels by Rupert Sanderson — a sure-fire fashion hit.
Steve Aoki arrived at the Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas on Nov. 15 wearing, well… this. 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 didn't mean we had to like it! Next up, his equally bright shoes…
Keeping things super-colorful? Steve Aoki's incredibly comfortable sandals. Though they weren't exactly red carpet attire, they certainly went with his theme for the night!
The men of country music really cleaned up nicely at the CMA Awards in Nashville on Nov. 14! And when it involved a fun pop of color, even better! Country hunk Bastian Baker looked super-sharp on the red carpet, opting for a ruby red tuxedo jacket to bring some extra glamour to his otherwise all-black look.
Victoria Kuhne arrived at the Latin Grammy Awards on Nov. 14 wearing an equal parts splashy and tacky ensemble emblazoned with massive Gucci logos. Though we love a Gucci moment, it was actually her shoe selection that ruined this loud look. Let's see them next…
We have a feeling Victoria Kuhne thought this shoe choice was red-hot, but we'd really like to douse them in water. The flame-emblazoned wedges were bad enough, but adding mismatched teal socks underneath was downright egregious.
Gorgeous! Lauren Alaina stunned in a pale blue Randi Rahm gown at the CMA Awards in Nashville on Nov. 14. The ball gown featured delicate floral crystals cascading down from the waist and a zig-zag pattern sparkling across a plunging neckline, making the country crooner look like a pretty princess.
We guess Rumer Willis was going for a winter-whites vibe at the Americana at Brand Christmas Tree Lighting in Los Angeles on Nov. 15? Whatever her intention, she missed the mark in this long-sleeved lace confection, which she topped off with a gray wide-brimmed hat and completed with metallic platform heels.
Carrie Underwood showed off her baby bump in style at the CMA Awards in Nashville on Nov. 14. She donned this beautiful long-sleeved confection dotted with lavender and pink floral embroidery by Uel Camilo.
Kelly Ripa proved there can be such a thing as too much gold on the red carpet! While attending the Save the Children Illumination Gala in New York City on Nov. 14, the talk-show host donned this insanely sparkly sleeved frock. And while we love gold as much as the next fashion critic, this look was so shiny, it seemed to reflect the camera flashes! Although we didn't love the dress, we did love those gold and white heels she paired it with!
We almost didn't recognize Saoirse Ronan at the Governors Awards in Hollywood on Nov. 18! The young star went with a sophisticated, sleek Calvin Klein design at the event. The turtleneck-style gown was a more mature selection, but Saoirse pulled it off flawlessly. Next up, a look at her hair and makeup!
Saoirse Ronan kept things simple with her makeup, opting for a luminous look with a hot pink lip to bring some color to her otherwise all-white ensemble. Equally eye-catching? Those beautiful drop earrings!
While the men of "Riverdale" rarely disappoint on the red carpet, the ladies are a different story. Case in point? Camila Mendes' look at the Rising Star Showcase during the Napa Valley Film Festival on Nov. 10. Her collared Emilio Pucci patterned dress screamed the opposite of "rising star" with its matronly cut and loud print. Maybe it's time for a new stylist?
At the Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas on Nov. 15, Yarissa donned this puzzling number, taking the overdone sheer look to new lows. Though it started with a pretty, floral-embellished neckline, it gave way to tiers of sheer that showed off, well, Yarissa's underwear!
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. This one's so pretty, we just have to take a closer look…
Up close, all the detailing on Keira Knightley's Chanel confection is more apparent, from the floral-like frills to the exquisite golden embroidery. Our only complaint? That harsh red lip seems out of place with an otherwise pretty, pale-hued color palette.
Mackenzie Foy wore the perfect gown for 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.
Some stars can totally pull off the bohemian look, but others… can't. Case in point? Nicole Kidman, who attended the Hollywood Film Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 4 in this multicolored spaghetti-strap Dior number. Though the dress itself wasn't totally Nicole Richie-level boho, combined with Nicole's crimped hairstyle, this look just seemed way out of the Oscar winner's fashion comfort zone.
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.
Doing gold the right way? Salma Hayek! The star was also in attendance at the LACMA Art + Film Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 3, where she wore this killer long-sleeved, floor-length design by Gucci. Next up, a better look at her hair and makeup!
Salma Hayek added a pop of color to her golden goddess ensemble in the form of a bright red lip. She also upped the bling factor with that diamond necklace.
Too! Many! Polka dots! That's our take on Naomi Watts' dress at a gala in New York City on Nov. 5. The black dress featured yellow-hued dots down its high neck, long sleeves and full skirt, and we just weren't fans.
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.
Oh look, our least favorite silhouette. We always hope we've seen the last of this disastrous ensemble — you know the one: part dress, part jumpsuit, part skirt — but unfortunately, Francia Raisa donned another one in white at the ALMA Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 4. Though we hated her outfit, we will give her points for those stellar gold pumps.
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.
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!
Leave it to a Victoria's Secret model to excel at denim on denim! Devon Windsor left the Victoria's Secret Fashion show fittings in New York City on Nov. 6 in this stylish denim set that included some funky star detailing. We loved her cropped jeans and the way she finished things off with black boots and a Fendi bag.
Where do we even begin? Maybe all of these pieces would be killer solo, but all together, Ezra Miller's CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Awards look in New York City on Nov. 5 turned into a mess. We'd love to see just that patchwork jacket or just that dressy white shirt or maybe only the oversized velvet bow tie, but combined, Ezra's ensemble lost us completely.
Romee Strijd exemplified supermodel street style while heading out of Victoria's Secret Fashion Show fittings in New York City on Nov. 6. From her Balenciaga sweatshirt to the unexpected pop of color with her yellow jeans to those amazing Saint Laurent leopard-print boots, these pieces shouldn't all work together but somehow Romee pulled them off flawlessly.
We're always singing Hailee Steinfeld's fashion praises, as she's one of our favorite (and most underrated!) stylish stars in Hollywood. But things were amiss at the MTV EMAs on Nov. 4 when Hailee donned this odd iridescent romper by Armani Prive. The tiny design featured different-sized sequins throughout and a massive bow at her waistline for a look we'd like to forget.
Constance Wu continues to kill it in the fashion department, extending her reign with this Hollywood Film Awards look on Nov. 4. The off-the-shoulder Rodarte design was a killer color and had a fitted silhouette that gave way to a textured and full skirt we just loved.
We know little black dresses are always in style, but we can't help but be fully underwhelmed by this Karlie Kloss look at the CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in New York City on Nov. 5. The short-sleeved knee-length dress was a snore that was paired with an equally snooze-worthy topknot and boring black heels.
Anne Hathaway's look at the Hollywood Film Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 4 was certainly polarizing. Though at first we weren't sure what we thought about her pleated off-white Valentino dress, ultimately, we're putting this on the hits list. Though the batwing sleeve and the midi length are both odd selections, somehow this look worked. Her matching clutch and those silver heels were the icing on top.
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.
An emoji come to life! Taraji P. Henson donned this strapless Carolina Herrera number at the "Ralph Breaks the Internet" premiere in Los Angeles on Nov. 5. We were obsessed with the gown's bright red shade and the way it was bordered with pale pink. She added metallic heels for an unexpected choice that really tied the look together.
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 undershirt, nor were we into those wide-legged pants. She accessorized with more silver in the form of pointy-toe heels and oversized hoops.
We haven't seen Lindsay Lohan on a red carpet for a while! She turned up at the MTV EMAs on Nov. 4 in a surprisingly simple getup! She wore a strapless metallic Saint Laurent design full of ruffles paired with classic black pumps. But don't worry, there was still one bizarre element to her look. See it next…
Lindsay Lohan opted for some absolutely bizarre earrings on the MTV EMAs pink carpet. Yep, those black tusk-like designs really are what she chose to pair with her pretty gold Saint Laurent dress. To each their own, we suppose!
We're into the all-white look Jared Leto was serving at the LACMA Art + Film Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 3. We even liked the floral detail. But that hat? The throwback to Pharrell Williams' infamous oversized topper wasn't necessary. Let's take a closer look!
Yep, Jared Leto's oversized floral corsage was a fun, unexpected accessory. The oversized hat, however, was a different story! That insanely wide brim dwarfed his face and made this look more costume-y than couture.
Sheryl Crow wowed at the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 17th Annual An Enduring Vision Benefit Gala in New York City on Nov. 5. We loved her strapless frock with its belt detail and thigh-high slit.
Lana Del Rey was a miss in this LACMA Art + Film Gala look on Nov. 3. We just weren't feeling the typically stylish star's black frock with geometric cut-outs down the sleeves and a center slit.
Killing it! Kerry Washington donned this phenomenal black dress comprised of velvet and lace by Zuhair Murad on opening night for her Broadway play, "American Son." She finished off the look with a pair of equally classic pointy-toe black pumps.
Rachel McAdams served up mermaid vibes a few days after Halloween at the Breakthrough Prize ceremony in Mountain View, California, on Nov. 4. We weren't into this shimmering scale-like couture.
Lily Collins kept things sweet and simple at the Breakthrough Prize ceremony in Mountain View, California, on Nov. 4. The star sported this delicate white slip dress, which featured embellished straps and a thigh-high slit, and finished things off with a pair of black heels. Next up? A better look at her jewelry and those pretty dress straps.
In addition to the bling on her pretty dress straps, Lily Collins opted for more sparkle with her diamond earrings. When it came to hair and beauty, we loved the star's big curls and warm-toned makeup.
Eek! 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!