From ill-fitting frocks to mismatched accessories, we break down the month’s worst celebrity looks.
It’s May, which means the flowers are blooming and bad fashion is looming.
1 / 27
There's the boyfriend cut, then there's the boyfriend's great-great-grandfather's cut from the extra-big and gigantically tall store. Not even RiRi can make this work.
2 / 27
The extra-high double slits and cleavage keyhole are only made worse by the ruffles and material that resembles an ill-fitting swimsuit.
3 / 27
A fringy tensor bandage does not a bra make. Anyone else itchy?
4 / 27
From the green velvet jacket with mini bow tie, satiny pockets and lapels, and ornamental frog buttons to the shiny aubergine pants and suede loafers, I don't get this. At ALL.
5 / 27
This is confusing AF. The top half looks like something out of Prince Charming's closet, while the bottom half is classic Kardashian.
6 / 27
And the back? Well, that's just classic Ora. Eyeroll.
7 / 27
Oof. This is what Michelle Pfeiffer would wear in Dangerous Minds, if the school took place at a Scottish private school.
8 / 27
The top half? Gorge. That sheer dust ruffle at the bottom, however, is the stuff of nightmares.
9 / 27
Oh, Pit'z, this is the pits. The Fendi Christmas turtleneck and summery paper bag pants make zero sense in May. Or any time of year, for that matter.
10 / 27
The colour is nice enough (though a little predictable) but she is swimming in this. It's either three sizes too big or she has a pouffy dress underneath and was pranking us all.
11 / 27
Can't stop, won't stop, please stop.
12 / 27
The top half is kind of OK but good grief, what is going on with those gigantic pant legs? Are those ... pleats?
13 / 27
Oh, no. No, no, no, no, NO.
14 / 27
Wallpaper. All I see is wallpaper.
15 / 27
This looks like something a figure skater would wear. And that's never good.
16 / 27
All amazing pieces, from the top's puffy sleeves and its embellishment to the sparkly skirt to those shoes (honestly, THOSE SHOES) but all together? Too much. WAY. TOO. MUCH.
17 / 27
Yes, she dressed to theme, but Twitter users were quick to point out that Pharrell's wifey looked a little too much like the red Teletubby at this year's Met Gala. Po?
18 / 27
Look, we know the Met Gala is the one night where style rules need not apply ... but we're just not sold on bleach-blond dreadlocks as a red carpet accessory.
19 / 27
Did Madge run through an obstacle course on the way to the Met Gala? What's with the camo ensemble?
20 / 27
There's just WAY too much going on here, from the patterns fighting against each other and the sleeves and the sheer and, man. Anyone else's head hurt?
21 / 27
Lena Dunham meets lumberjack princess? This ballgown left us scratching our heads.
22 / 27
The colour combo is great but why, oh why is there a belt over those sheer panels? It's like her navel's her arch-nemesis and she's killing it by strangulation.
23 / 27
We get it, you don't know how to not show off your body. But it would be lovely if she surprised us just once and wore a dress or shirt or pants that we couldn't see through.
24 / 27
From far away it looks like chain mail, up close it's ... just as bad.
25 / 27
Who says you have to choose between a trench coat and a gown? Not Priyanka Chopra, that's for sure.
26 / 27
May not only brings flowers but it also brings boobs. We thought only corsets could push up the girls to these gravity-defying heights. We were wrong.
27 / 27
There IS such thing as too much deconstruction. Claire Danes' blouse? Case in point.