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The Critics’ Choice Awards: Worst Dressed

Every year at these shindigs every celebrity is judged not only on their performance but how they choose to dress. Now, I’m not above judging those who can afford to look good so here is a list of the stars I’ve chosen as the Worst Dressed at The Critics’ Choice Awards!

Elizabeth Olsen failed to impress in this Yellow Emillio Pucci dress.

This Candy Pink Halter by Balenciaga was just too much fabric for Supporting Actress nominee Jessica Chastain.
This yellow floral ruffled Rodarte gown may be age appropriate but it doesn't work for Super 8 star Elle Fanning
The Ides of March star Evan Rachel Wood usually has an eye for fashion but seemed to go all wrong with Valentino dress.
Maya Rudolph wore a black form-fitting knee-length dress with a poor design.
Chloe Mortez wore a Chanel dress that should've been left on the runway.
Young Adult writer Diablo Cody made a poor choice with this one shoulder gown.
I guess someone forgot to tell War Horse star Jeremy Irvine that you have to look presentable at this type of occasion.
Christopher Plummer may have been a winner but his outfit was an epic fail.
They say bigger is better, but not in this case for TV personality Carrie Keagan. She is my choice for the Worst Dressed star of the night.

Who is your choice for Worst Dressed?

Stay tuned for my list of Best & Worst Dressed at the Golden Globes this Sunday!

What do you think?

Written by Anna Young

I’ve grown up always being able to share my love of film with others. What makes it particularly important to me is that my passion started with my parents and my best friend Caitlin. Whether it has been spending the whole day at the theater with my parents, or sitting on the floor of a movie store for hours with Caitlin, this love of mine has always been a huge part of who I am. This love affair has been going strong for over a decade. My name is Anna and I’m in love with film.

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