Top of Worst Dressed at the Oscars
The Oscars are the perfect place to admire incredible gowns that flaunt unusual designs. Usually, the dresses you see are truly delightful; however, some celebrities took the idea of an unusual design a bit too far. Check out this list of worst dressed at the Oscars to understand better.
Cher’s gown from 1986
The singer has quite a rich history of inappropriate wardrobe choices, but this specific one stands out without much effort. The dress was designed by Bob Mackey.
Celine Dion’s suite from 1999
There is no doubt that Celine Dion has a beautiful voice, but after showing up on the red carpet wearing a suit…backwards, people started questioning her sense of style.
Kate Hudson’s gown from 2001
Tassels, shiny fabrics and a floor-length gown don’t go all that well together, Kate Hudson proved after wearing this exact combination at the 2001 Oscar Awards.
Whoopi Goldberg’s outfit from 1993
There is very little to say about what Whoopi decided to wear that year on the red carpet. This pajama-like outfit has the uncanny ability of leaving you lost for words. And not in the good way.
Demi Moore’s outfit from 1989
It is really difficult to place Demi’s look into one category. You can’t really tell if it’s supposed to be a dress or not, however, what is clear is that the dazzling item wasn’t exactly a brilliant option.
Faith Hill’s gown from 2002
Sure, the gown compliments her figure, but the only scenario in which you would appreciate the dress is if you were color blind.
Geena Davis’ gown from 1992
The dress that the actress wore that year on the red carpet is a great example that sometimes it’s better to stick to traditional styles.
Uma Thurman’s gown from 2004
The dress by Christian Lacroix that she wore in 2004 at the Oscars is a little different from others in this category, as it is not ugly; it is just completely out of context.
Sarah Jessica Parker’s gown from 2012
This incident was a real let-down, taking into consideration that SJP has always amazed with her gorgeous choices. This dress, however, doesn’t do her any justice.
Bjork’s dress from 2001
The swan dress that the singer from Iceland wore at the ceremony needs no introduction, as it has already become known world-wide.