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Some of your favorite stars are SO obvious on the red carpet. Check out the most predictable.

Shaun Harrison
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Jennifer Aniston

Her Fashion Fallback: Short, sexy dresses (black, nude or metallic) and skinny-strap heels. Change It Up: She should try a long, flowing gown and a pump. We hate to say it, but we think of it would be interesting to see her swap styles with Angelina Jolie. (See next photo slide.)
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Angelina Jolie

Her Fashion Fallback: Long, solid-color, goddess-like gowns. Change it Up: Less earth-mother and more old-school Angelina would work wonders. A knee-length leather dress and stiletto boots would be hot.
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Halle Berry

Fashion Fallback: She leads with her boobs. Change it Up: Halle is selling her other assets short. We'd love to see her in a boatneck gown (drawing the focus up to her eyes and cheekbones), or showing a little more leg instead.
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Heidi Klum

Fashion Fallback: Super-short dresses and skirts. On the off-chance that she wears something long, it usually has a thigh-high slit. Change it Up: A black tuxedo pant would provide a fresh feel, while still emphasizing her long, slim legs.
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Eva Longoria

Fashion Fallback: Mermaid gowns in black or red — over and over and over again. Change it Up: Really, almost anything will do, as long as she never wears that hemline again. We'd start with exploring totally different color palettes — perhaps ivory, chocolate brown, or French blue.
6 of 15 Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage; Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images; Jean Baptiste Lacroix/WireImage

Helena Bonham Carter

Fashion Fallback: She sports the Victorian wench look, with her hair messily piled on top of her head. Change it Up: Since she goes for a "vintage" look, why not try a different era? We're envisioning a sleek blowout with a wave and a long '40s-style gown.
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Kate Winslet

Fashion Fallback: Constructed dresses, often with a graphic element. Red, black and white dominate. Change it Up: While we can't deny that these are figure-flattering, Kate seems to be in a bit of a rut. She should let her hair down, and wear something lacy perhaps — just a softer look overall.
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LL Cool J

Fashion Fallback: Snappy suits and a cap Change it Up: We know it's his "thing", but we would love to see him leave that hat at home once in awhile.
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Olivia Wilde

Fashion Fallback: Princess-y gowns Change it Up: In recent months, Olivia has been wearing looks that are much more streamlined and unique to smaller red carpet events. She just needs to apply that sensibility to the big-ticket events.
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Kim Kardashian

Fashion Fallback: Short or long, it's almost always tight and shiny. Change it Up: Kim's figure is a bit difficult to dress, and she seems to go this route by default. She should take a look at how Mad Men styles Christina Hendricks' for fresh inspiration in the form of '50s style suits or dresses.
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Tilda Swinton

Fashion Fallback: She loves architectural, "editorial" (AKA weird) looks. Change it Up: We feel like our mother saying this, but just once we'd like to see her forego "statement" for "pretty".
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Johnny Depp

Fashion Fallback: He looks like a dandified Jack Sparrow. Change it Up: If nothing else, could we at least see a different pair of glasses? Eliminating those scarves and the cheesy mustache would be next on the agenda.
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Zooey Deschanel

Fashion Fallback: Short, cutesy dresses and pumps Change it Up: She needs strappier shoes (T-straps or slingbacks would at least be more flattering to her legs) and grown-up dresses. She's ready to move on from this girlish look.
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Blake Lively

Fashion Fallback: It's not just the necklines — Blake also utilizes patterns to direct you to her cleavage. Change it Up: She's tall and gorgeous — she doesn't have to work this hard for attention. A dramatically draped floor-length gown in a solid color (we're thinking charcoal gray) with a more demure bodice would give her a completely different look. And a sophisticated and classy one at that.
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Jennifer Lopez

Fashion Fallback: Top-to-bottom bling. Shiny, short, fringed, animal print — if it includes all of the above, even better. Change it Up: We'd love to see her attempt a total fashion 180 and go for something like a strapless black velvet gown. Failing that, her Jenny from the Block style can still work and be chic by choosing just one or two "pow" elements instead of all of them.