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The 35 Worst Fashion Fails in Oscars History

Kate Hudson, 2001
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I'm not sure what that thing on her shoulders is supposed to be, but it looks like a lampshade from an Old West saloon.

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Jared Leto, 2015
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It's like he is actively trying to look as unappealing as possible. We get it! You're more than just Jordan Catalano, angsty super hunk of our collective teenage dreams. You're also an '80s wedding singer with a hipster beard and Jesus hair.

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Sharon Stone, 1995
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Very bridal-meets-boardroom.

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Luciana Pedraza and Jennifer Lopez, 2015
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The dress is stunning, but if there is one place you don't want to have a "bitch stole my look" moment, it's on the Oscars red carpet.

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Jon Bon Jovi, 1991
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A purple, crushed velvet, long-coat tuxedo with leather lapels? He must have been high, right? Just look at the grin on his face. If that's not the grin of a man who just hotboxed his limo, I don't know what is.

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Lady Gaga, 2015
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They were the gloves that launched a thousand memes.

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Tyra Banks, 1996
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Little Bo Peep lost her sheep, but she couldn't care less because she's got a hot date tonight.

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Angelina Jolie, 2000
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Sooooooo emo.

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Gisele Bündchen, 2005
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It's not that Gisele looksbadhere — it's hard to imagine Gisele lookingbadin anything — it just felt like such a missed opportunity. Here she was, the biggest model in the world, dating Hollywood's hottest actor, and making her first appearance at the Academy Awards. She could have worn anything she wanted. And what did she choose? A fancy white nightgown.

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Nicole Kidman, 1996
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Speaking of nightgowns.

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Gwyneth Paltrow, 1999
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Many people consider this one of the most beautiful and iconic Oscar dresses of all time, but all I see when I look at it is bunch of wrinkles and an ill-fitting bodice. It's not awful, just awfully overrated.

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Edy Williams, 1993
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Whoa! Suddenly, Gwyneth's pink dress doesn't look so bad anymore.

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Jennifer Hudson, 2007
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The dress was sad and shapeless, and the jacket was just plain weird. The rumor at the time was that Jennifer Hudson was pressured to wear this look byVogue's Andre Leon Tally, who briefly took her under his wing following her breakout role as Effie White inDreamgirlsand had been guiding her fashion choices throughout awards season.

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Tim Robbins, 1995
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No, Tim Robbins did not go temporarily blind in 1995, although that would explain his sparkly blue tuxedo and sunglasses on the Oscars red carpet.

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Susan Sarandon, 1996; Susan Sarandon, 1997; Goldie Hawn, 2001
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Sunglasses should never be worn at the Oscars. Period.

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Whoopi Goldberg, 2014
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Who knows why Whoopi Goldberg chose to layer an ill-fitting button-down under her black evening gown? Maybe it was a dare. Maybe the jewelry was a dare too.

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Scarlett Johansson, 2015
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That hair. That necklace! It takes a lot to make Scarlett Johansson hard to look at, but this heavy-handed and overstyled ensemble certainly does the trick. Hey, even ScarJo can't get it right all time.

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Björk, 2001
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It's debatable wether you can really call this dress a "fashion fail" or not — it's not like Björk didn'tmeanto dress like a swan — but no list of this sort would be complete without it, so here you go!

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Sally Kirkland,1998, 2002, 2004
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Like with Björk, I'm not sure you can call anything Sally Kirkland has worn on the Oscars red carpet a "fashion fail," per se. She's obviously in on the joke, right?

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Daryl Hannah, 1992
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I know it was the '90s and things were different back then, but this "dress" looks like a black satin bodysuit with a matching bedsheet tied at the waist. And again with those ringlets! That hairstyle was not doing anyone any favors.

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Vera Farmiga, 2010
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It's just so many ruffles.

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Woody Harrelson, 1997
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He looks like an undertaker. I don't even know what's going on with the dude standing next to him.

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Hilary Swank, 2003
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If you told me this dress cost and came with a free pair of shoes, I'd believe you.

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Catherine Keener, 2006
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It's just so ... blah.

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Julia Roberts, 1990
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Fit issues, color palette, and general blah-ness aside, what the heck is going on down there at the bottom? It's like she accidentally tucked the front of her dress into her underwear and then forgot to pull them up all the way.

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Anne Hathaway, 2013
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It's a lovely dress, really. Just so very very nippley.

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Lizzy Gardiner, 1995
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Gold Oscar. Gold AmEx. Got it.

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Juliette Lewis, 1992
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That hair!

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Mariah Carey, 2010
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An asymmetrical hem is always a tough look to pull off at the Oscars. Nicole Kidman made it work in 2000 with her gold John Galliano dress, but Mimi's navy blue number is a definite fail. It's just so flimsy — like something you would buy in the junior prom section at some mall department store. Honestly, it looks more like a bridesmaid's dress than an Oscar dress. If only she had remembered to dye her shoes to match!

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Heidi Klum, 2009
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Heidi's dress in 2009 was similar to Mimi's in 2010, but the overall effect was less bridesmaid and more bachelorette party.

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Geena Davis, 1992
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Geena Davis'sMoulin Rougelook. A classic (of bad taste).

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Celine Dion, 1999
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Man! Celine was really trying that year. You can see the effort. So many things happening in this outfit and none of them good. She's still got that voice though.

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Gwyneth Paltrow, 2002
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Was any Oscar dress every so universally reviled as this McQueen number from 2002?

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Juliette Binoche, 1997; Heidi Klum, 2008
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Please let these be the only dramatic, stand-up collars ever seen on the Oscars red carpet. I'm not sure I can handle another one.

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Jennifer Garner, 2003
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Her poor breasts! That can't be comfortable. Also, if someone wore this dress today, you'd totally think they were dressed up for aFrozensing-along.






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