The original star of the ‘Kardashian Family,’ Kim has come a long way since her assistant days.
When she’s not playing supermom to her four kids, Kimmie handles multiple business ventures, manages her social media presence, and lights up every red carpet event. Even the best celebrities fumble, like Kim at the 2013 Met Gala. The star was pregnant at the time and chose to show off her baby belly in a floral print dress by Givenchy. Unfortunately for her, the print was too distracting and ended up becoming the subject of many memes. Keep Watching Christina Aguilera Christina Aguilera’s style journey has been somewhat of a
roller coaster with many highs and a few lows. Unfortunately, this ripped creation that she wore to the 2001 Blockbuster Awards belongs to the latter category. The velvet dress
was slashed across the center of her torso and ended in loose shreds around her legs. If that wasn’t over-the-top enough, the big wig and the chunky gold jewelry took things to the next level. Thankfully, she’s come a long way from her midriff-bearing days. Her style these days is much more elegant, and we love it! Meghan Trainor Meghan Trainor took the world by storm with her empowering music and body positivity movement! The ‘All About That Bass’ singer usually plays it safe on the red carpet, but this time she turned up in this daring Christian Siriano jumpsuit at the 2019 Grammys.
While the custom-made white ensemble could have been super chic, it ended up looking a tad small on the voluptuous star. The stiff shoulders didn’t do her much justice either.
Still, Trainor looked radiant as ever! Maybe it was the sparkles on her outfit or the fact that she had the best arm candy possible – hubby Daryl Sabara. Salma Hayek Salma Hayek is one heck of a stunning woman and a great actress, but even her gorgeous looks couldn’t come to her rescue when she wore this custom-made dress to the 2018 Oscars. Designed by Gucci’s Alessandro Michele,
the multi-tiered purple gown was covered in sequins all over and had huge crystal strands all across the neckline. She completed the look with a loose updo, a dark lip, and more diamonds! Onlookers and critics were baffled by Salma’s over-the-top choice. Surely someone amazing like her doesn’t need all this bling? Bella Hadid The gorgeous looking model, Bella Hadid is known to carry even the most daring outfits pretty well. There are not many occasions where we find her go wrong unless it is the Cannes Film Festival 2017 where she had an oops moment with many wardrobe malfunctions on the red carpet. The slits were a bit too high and revealed much more than she wanted to FTS FTS FTS FTS FTSFTSFTS FTS FTS FTS
The positive factor that we find here is the stunning Bulgari neckpiece which seems to be an inspiration from the movie Titanic. Let us hope Bella is careful next time and plans well ahead to avoid embarrassing slip-ups. Helena Bonham Carter The world loves Helena Bonham Carter for her eccentric style, bold attitude, and fabulous acting. She has become a goth icon, and nowhere else do we see this more than on the red carpet. While the actress’s style has evolved over the years, her first appearance at the 1987 Oscars wasn’t her brightest fashion moment.
Helena chose a black Miss Selfridge dress that didn’t flatter her in any way. The frumpy style, oversized sleeves, odd length, and excessive tulle made it more Halloween than Academy Awards. Of course, the ’80s were full of fashion faux pas, so this one got a pass!
Charlize Theron Charlize Theron and Dior sound like a match made in fashion heaven. Both are elegance personified, and you can’t imagine the combination going wrong, except that it did! At the 2010 Academy Awards, Charlize showed up in a lilac Dior number, which was pretty standard, except for one tiny detail. The floral bodice swirls looked incredibly tacky, and the placement was just unfortunate. It made everyone do a double-take and wonder how Charlize of all people missed that embarrassing element. Oh well, at least she tried something risqué for once. Tyra Banks While it’s hard to imagine, even supermodels sometimes drop the ball when it comes to their fashion choices. Like the time Tyra Banks wore an outrageously purple gown by Vera Wang at the 2000 Academy Awards, and all everyone could think of was the sugar-plum fairy! The poufy dress may have worked for prom or as a princess costume, but seemed immature and out-of-place on the red carpet. Besides, Tyra is such a fierce and powerful personality that this was a total misfit. At least she ‘smized’ through it all.
Geena Davis Geena Davis may have won hearts with her splendid performance in ‘Thelma & Louise’, but she didn’t win any awards for her gown at the 1992 Oscars. Her black and white ruffled dress designed by Ruth Meyers and Bill Hargateat looked like something that belonged at a Las Vegas wedding than on the red carpet. The generous ruffles, gloves, and shiny fabric made the dress look cheap, and if you thought the front was bad, the back was even worse. The pretty lady, however, smiled through it all and seemed to really enjoy the night. After all, that’s all that matters!