All the worst dressed celebrities at the Critics Choice Awards

With the Golden Globes kicking off awards season, last night saw the turn of the Critics Choice Awards.

A-listers like Emily Blunt, Lady Gaga and Chrissy Teigen dazzled in drool-worthy jewels and designer dresses.

But while most gave us lusty-worthy outfit inspiration in elegant red carpet ensembles. Others failed to hit the style mark.

Some risks do pay off. While some just fall a little flat. Here’s the most polarising looks from last night.

While we don’t want to hate on our new style crush Lucy Boynton.

Compared to the clean, crisp white dresses that ruled the red carpet, Lucy’s Gucci choice of gown comes off that bit too fussy with the head-to-toe frills and contrasting bow.

Carrying on the curtain and drapes theme, Carrie Keagan’s dress could have been a stylish choice without the bizarre pink tassels.

Pose star Billy Porter is never going to do subtle dressing. After winning the red carpet at the Golden Globes for his embroidered suit and cape look.

 

The shiny suit and oversized bow just don’t live up to his past red carpet ensembles.

Going more costume than chic, Dina Shinabi’s over-the-top gown failed to wow on the red carpet.

While we loved Julia’s Golden Globes dress and trouser combo from Stella McCartney, the star tried the style again with less success.

 

Culled from:

http://www.msn.com/en-xl/northamerica/life-arts/all-the-worst-dressed-celebrities-at-the-critics-choice-awards/ar-BBSdTCi?li=BBQbcGp&ocid=spartanntp

 

 

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