Met Gala Fashion Review Via Huffington Post. The Fails Really FAILED! + More!

For those who saw the MET Gala coverage, this might seem superfluous but there are many who didn’t see it all or didn’t see the “best of” or “worst of” those who attended this gala event. While this is an amazing event, there is a tendency to use it so show off a designer’s work rather then reflect how the style works for 1) the person wearing it; 2) the event and theme that it was to reflect; and 3) creativity to show off new styling or themes.

When the MET GALA was trending as a hot topic, the HUFFPOST did a great video to wrap up what they felt were the worse-dressed women were!

Worst Dressed List

Kate Upton:— I have to agree, that she looks like a nightmare out of the Wild Wild West and at least she knew it.

Lupita Nyong’o The most expensive way of a dress that didn’t come close to fulfilling the invitation. Where was Prada’s brain? This was not the only outfit fail from Prada for this event!

Margot Robbie Wrong, wrong wrong dress for her. The plain white bra with straps showing is just wrong. Where was her stylist?

Katie Holmes Belle after the party- and what a nightmare this was. Thankfully Disney didn’t make a movie out of that part.

Shailene Woodley Rodarte either belts it out of the park or they miss. This was a huge miss. The stylist was MIA.

Elizabeth Olsen Horrifically silly outfit that needs more than just a Winter Olympic influence!

Lena Dunham needs a new stylist. This styling doesn’t suit her and continues to not suit her.

Kara Delivgne Along with others wearing pants or very short dresses to this event, this was not the right outfit.

Solange Knowles She looks like an orange balloon. Loved her hair but that was not enough.

Sandra Lee Nightmare at the Met!

Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka– crop top tuxes that are matchy matchy. These guys should not be twin sons of different mothers wearing twinsie type of outfits.

Worst Dressed Women – continued:

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Costume ball gowns doesn’t necessarily mean you have to miss the target era. 1950’s was not the Victorian era.

Lea Michele The dress that didn’t fit well.

Chrissy Teigen She looks like a Christmas ornament. It’s a lovely dress on someone else- or just remove the collar.

Kirsten Dunst Unsuitable for this event.

Maggie Gyllenhaal This (along with her brother’s ensemble) was a huge mistake

Lily Allen Another nightmare at the Met- part 2

Borderline:

Jessica Alba— so golden that she became monochromatic
Florence Welch – with an overly-dramatic coat of many colors (and that’s not stretching the description at all)
Naomi Watts — looks like she’s still in a dressing gown
Chloe Grace Moretz — one too many baubles on this fashion tree
Gabrielle Union, Tabitha Simmons, Michelle Williams and Chloe Sevigny all seemed to over-do in all the wrong ways the notion of a sophisticated ball gown.

Thanks to the Huffington Post for such great coverage on the MET Gala
Stevie Wilson,
LA-Story.com

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