It’s finally awards season’s biggest night! On February 24, Hollywood’s biggest players made their way to THE
awards show of all awards shows: the 2019. The Oscars red carpet was truly on fire with passion, love, and amazing style. But not everyone can kill it in the fashion department, y’all — trust us when we say, there were style losses as well as wins. Scroll through the gallery below to see the best and worst fashion moments of this year’s Academy Awards.
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A Star Is Born nominee looked absolutely breathtaking in Alexander McQueen. Ugh, those gloves. That waistline! So Gaga.
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We get where the singer is going with this look — ethereal and soft — but she did it better at last year’s Met Gala.
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The actress looked elegant in this shimmery number.
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We really weren’t digging the long sleeves on the singer’s suit this year.
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The actress looked like a vision in this white gown and her train was just the right length.
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The sleeve on this actress’ gown was just a little too much for us.
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The model looked simple and understated in this mermaid-cut black gown.
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This D-Squared suit was just a bit too over-the-top for us.
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This kind of over-the-top, though? We love it. The actor looked incredible in this menswear-meets-gown piece by Christian Siriano.
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Though we can’t get enough of the color, we wish the actress’ Maison Valentino gown was made of … well, any other fabric.
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The actress looked simple and elegant in a yellow tool gown.
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The legendary actress deserved better with this gold look — the cut really doesn’t flatter her.
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Game of Thrones actress looked elegant and delicate in this sweet pink gown.
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The comedian clearly took an idea for this look and ran with it … overboard.
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Crazy Rich Asians hunk looked so handsome in this snazzy tux.
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The look this actress picked for the awards didn’t really belong at an awards show. It was just a little too rugged for the red carpet.
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A lot of people tried to make the whole “prom dress” look work this year, but this country singer did it the best.
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This floral number is a little overwhelming — nix the cape next time.
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BlackKklansman actress showed off her curves in this gorgeous baby blue gown by Louis Vuitton.
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The costume design nominee was a little too wacky for Hollywood’s biggest night.
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The actress had a bit of a sexy vibe going with the high slit of her pink gown.
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Sarah Kate Ellis
The GLADD chairwoman was clearly going for something here, but we think it missed the mark just a bit.
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The actress was looking seriously slick in this pantsuit/cape combo.
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The “prom dress” look just didn’t work too well on the
Roma actress — the cut of the bodice is a little too conventional.
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The actress was looking ethereal in Elie Saab.
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The cut of this dress just doesn’t work too well on the actress, plus … we won’t lie, we miss her blonde hair!
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The actress was an absolute angel in this white gown. Total Marilyn Monroe vibes!
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The actress rocked this menswear-esque gown.
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Another “prom dress” look gone wrong. The “ruching” effect between the bodice and skirt just doesn’t work.
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Captain Marvel looked super in this slinky silver number.
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Bohemian Rhapsody actress missed the mark with this gown — the color is gorgeous, but the cut is all wrong for her frame.
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The actress was looking regal in this gown by Louis Vuitton.
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This look was just an all around miss for the actress. The top and skirt just don’t go well.
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The singer killed this form-fitting Tom Ford gown, as usual. She knows how to show off her bod!
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The actress looks a little too constrained in this gown — we could do without the gold accents on the skirt.
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Another slinky silver number that just works so well. Love those sleeves!