There is some truth to the old adage about "too much of a good thing." The pattern of the fabric here is nice enough, but it's on absolute overload when incorporated into the bodice of this dress, the train and the boots. Plus, the fit could do with some serious tailoring.
The dress is fine enough, but 2001 called, and it definitely wants that headband-style hairdo back. Unless she's kicking off another revival here, in which case, kudos to her for being fashion-forward.
Considering the plight of butterfly habitats right now, any and all reminders of these creatures' beauty are welcome. That said, this flowy dress might just be a little too literal.
Perpetual worst-dressed list queen Joy Villa makes another go of it with this look that mocks the Statue of Liberty. This ill-fitted silver dress looks like it was plucked straight from the Mama's Family rejects collection after it'd been thrown away into a pile of metal wiring. (Let's not even talk about the hideous wall dress that's underneath this thing.)
Alone, the elements of this ensemble might be just kooky enough to work, but the combination of it all -- the wild facial hairstyle, the fish necklace, those chunky funky sunglasses, and the hem job on those bright red slacks -- makes it a bit too much. But we certainly respect the individuality and confidence he's bringing to the carpet here.
Nevermind what's underneath the jacket, the whole thing is way too wacky to work.
It's obvious that this artist, from the Colombian rock band Aterciopelados, wanted to be on this list. Why else would this "outfit" happen?
We get that this is supposed to be an event where outfits make a statement, but this one is just way too zany to work. There are three different things happening here -- the football-styled shoulder pads, the boots that belong in Abby Sciutto's closet only and those odd gloves. The only good thing about this look is how he matched it with a Lady Guinevere-styled Belgica Vargas in other shots. Now, her side of things worked.
Even if the tailoring were better on this bunched-up suit, it'd probably still be a little too much try, although we do appreciate the effort to bedazzle a pink pantsuit like this.
We appreciate this band's flair for synchrony and all, but couldn't they have picked a better-fitted suit without that black turtleneck business to play matchy-matchy with?
You gotta appreciate her commitment to this dreamy aesthetic, but there are just a few too many rugged cuts, rendering this look a little cheap.
On another design, this color mixture might actually be quite nice, but this looks like a honky tonk saloon chewed up and spit out a blazer dress that makes no sense at all.
Is this Weezer, or did these guys time-travel from the set of Miami Vice?
There's a lot happening with this outfit, and very little of it is positive. Unless she's cosplaying as a five-year-old who brought a glue gun to the ribbon store, this look makes no sense whatsoever. But hey, if she was trying to get our attention, this was the way to do it!
We love that she's showing off some skin in this piece, but this pantsuit is just a little too reminiscent of garbs from pop stars past, but the good news is she could do one heckuvan Elvis tribute in this outfit.
.... Probably best to not accept Kool-Aid from these guys is all we're saying.
We get what he was doing here, but dressing up as a walking billboard is tough to pull off for anyone.
It looks like he stole this off of a toddler's dolly.
Alone, the fabric of this gown might be okay, and even the heavy cape design might be okay with a different print. But together, this is a mess that makes St. Vincent look like a walking, talking rug.
Do we even need to talk about why this look is all kinds of wrong?
Is she trying to look like the Beauty and the Beast duster got into a pink paint can or what?
All we can think about with this look is how Rihanna already did this.
Gotta love her talent and DGAF demeanor, but this look is a little drab.