From ill-fitting frocks to mismatched accessories, we break down the week’s worst celebrity looks every Friday.
Just because it was Comic-Con didn’t mean you had to wear craziest outfits. Too bad these stars didn’t get the memo.
1 / 20
It's like it's the '90s again, when TLC, Monica and Brandy had a stranglehold on Top 40 radio and were winning all the awards. And if the award was for who can put as many different patterns together in one ensemble, Keke would be the champion.
2 / 20
She clearly wore this backwards, right? Because what in the name of 90210 is this even? Even Donna Martin is shaking her head.
3 / 20
Oh, Little Miss Sunshine, you've gone to a dark, dark place, thanks to your aunt's dress, your brother's jean jacket, Mary Jane wedges and FISHNET TIGHTS.
4 / 20
One giant doily, that's all we see.
5 / 20
Leto can usually get away with anything but we couldn't let this one slide. He looks like he should be starring in Grease 3: Revenge of the T-Birds.
6 / 20
Hells, no, Beyoncé, you're not supposed to make the list two weeks in a row. But the eye-popping polka dots (and opposite lining), front slit, chunky lucite heel... this is something your husband's best friend's wife would wear, if you know what we mean. Bey better.
7 / 20
Nope, we don't get it either, Margot.
8 / 20
Yes, she's at Comic-Con but that's no excuse! The stripes, the floral print, the neck scarf... our eyes. Our eyes!
9 / 20
Emily Bett Rickards
The outfit could've worked (though black isn't the best colour on her) but those shoes. Those orthopedic shoes should not only NEVER be paired with this outfit but should not exist. At all. Burn them, burn them all.
10 / 20
Um, we don't get it. The skirt is lovely and the shirt is OK (though it looks like she's wearing some sort of boa backpack) but together? No. Just... NO.
11 / 20
Oh, dear. She was sail-ready from the ankle up but instead of a pair of trainers like her husband, she thought a fugly pair of espadrille wedges worked better instead. And with the jeggings? Good grief, what was she thinking? I blame the kids. Maybe they hid all her running shoes around the palace.
12 / 20
A grey tee and grey pants have potential — but not when the grey tee is something one would sleep in and the bottoms go with a sport jacket. And don't even get us started on the different shades of grey. A different shirt OR a pair of jeans would've sufficed, Ben.
13 / 20
The gold lamé blazer, bell bottoms and ribbon bow tie is bad enough but it's like her left sleeve barfed all over her hand.
14 / 20
As shiny as an Oscar, this awful design (the belt, the front pleats, the cuffed leg on the badly hemmed pants) isn't winning any awards.
15 / 20
First off, the pattern is making our heads spin. Second, what we wouldn't give for a pair of scissors to hack this to her knees, where the designer should've stopped. But we'd also accept if the dress went six inches past her ankles and covered those hideous pumps.
16 / 20
Two outfits, but clearly footwear is an issue this week. Or lack of, in Thomas' case. Find some shoes. YOU'RE NOT AT HOME!
17 / 20
It was not a good week for Cohan, who makes her second appearance on the list — this time as Pirate Pillowcase.
18 / 20
We love her so much, but we don't love the haphazard symbols distracting from the figure-hugging, single-strapped monochrome number.
19 / 20
If her intention was "Real-Life Tinkerbell," ding, ding, ding! We feel the pixie dust already.
20 / 20
It's like she came straight from Comic-Con to the Bad Moms premiere, thinking that Bad Moms was some kind of fantastical dark graphic novel-turned-movie that takes place in a dystopian future and features mom cyborgs who no longer give a sh*t. We'd see that.