2012 Met Gala Worst Dressed

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2012 Met Gala Worst Dressed
2012 Met Gala Worst Dressed
2012 Met Gala Worst Dressed
2012 Met Gala Worst Dressed
2012 Met Gala Worst Dressed
2012 Met Gala Worst Dressed
I just assumed that anyone attending the Met Gala tonight would be dressed absolutely perfect. Boy, was I wrong.

The Met Gala is celebrating the opening of the Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations exhibition. Speaking of impossible - these outfits are a little out there.

Here is the worst dressed list from the 2012 Met Gala:

Mary Kate Olsen: I’m 50% sure that this is Mary Kate and not Ashley, regardless, ½ of the Olsen twins dressed as if she were stopping by the Met Gala on the way to a funeral. She wore a black tunic that did not accentuate any curves, and styled her hair by putting it in a messy bun.

Kirsten Dunst: Maybe she thought she won a walk on role on “Mad Men”? Dunst wore a burnt orange suit dress by Rodarte that might have been awesome for a red carpet if this was the maiden voyage of the Titanic and NOT the Met Gala! C’mon!

Marc Jacobs: I know that Marc Jacobs loves to wear dresses, he really does, but a man in a tuxedo is so much more striking and fashion-forward than a man in lace gown, which is what Marc wore. Has Marc Jacobs learned nothing from Tom Ford?

Jessica Alba: Jessica Alba, why are you dressed like you are going to a toga party? This gold one-shouldered gown by Michael Kors was just so safe. I feel like every woman in Hollywood has already worn this dress.

Shailene Woodley: Woodley may have turned heads this awards season, but really missed the mark with this Christopher Kane creation. I call it a “creation” because I’m not even sure if it’s a dress. The designer himself described it as a “crazy psychedelic blur.” Yes, that’s exactly what it was.

Kristen Stewart: Stewart really should have learned how to walk in heels before the event. Or brushed her hair, or anything really. I know she’s the new face of Balenciaga, but this sequins-on-top, leather-color-blocking-on-bottom dress just really missed the mark.

Emma Stone: I usually think Emma Stone is flawless but she looked like she was wearing a fuzzy peach. This Lanvin cocktail dress featured 3000 plastic flowers, which is a lot of flowers, which amounts to a whole lot of what-the-f*ck-is-she-wearing?

Lana Del Rey: Lana Del Rey may have taken the music and fashion world by storm, but not tonight. She wore a silver dress and cape by Joseph Alturazza and paired with her dark reddish hair and black lipstick, she looked like gothic little red riding hood. Either that or a vampire.

Elizabeth Banks: Usually Elizabeth Banks is stunning on the carpet. Did you see her at the White House Correspondents Dinner? Exactly. Anyways, this Mary Katranzou dress looked like the nightmares I have after eating bad Chinese food.

Florence Welch: While I think all Alexander McQueen dresses are like pieces of art, this was the exception. I can already hear Joan Rivers saying she looks like a tassel, or a white Christmas tree, or an albino furby. Take your pick.

Dakota Fanning: Fanning was dressed in Louis Vuitton, but this light purple puffy gown could have passed for “oldey timey Barbie gets betrothed at age 12” and I would have believed you.

Christina Ricci: Ricci rarely steps out onto a red carpet, but the one time she does, she chooses the biggest carpet of all and wears a giant bow. Yes, Ricci’s Thakoon dress featured a human sized bow that probably weighed twice as much as Ricci.
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