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Fashion Fails: The Grammys Aftermath

February 15th, 2013 2:07pm EST

Kim Kardashian It's Fashion Fail Time! That means we take a break from letting you know how good all of your favorite stars look to show the other side of fashion: the fails! This week we have a collection of bad fashion NOT at the Grammys. Don't worry; we have plenty of Grammy Fashion fails over here.
Kim Kardashian starts us off above with the mistake we have seen time and time again. By trying to hide her pregnancy-induced curves, she's ended up making herself look absolutely huge.

Kate Bostworth looks like she's ready to storm Troy in this bronze dress that shows off the gaunt nature of her legs.

The odd "panels" on Katherine Heigh's ugly pattern dress make it look like it was once a car seat cover.

As s he does with just about everything, Miley Cyrus tries to walk the line of badass and family-friendly with her fashion - and is just a mess.

Olivia Munn's high-waist granny shorts, top-buttoned dress shirt, plus corny sport coat equal a fashion disaster.

Vanessa Hudgens finds herself on the fail side of fashion again with this disco-inspired pantsuit sans sleeves. We feel like this could have worked as a dress, though.

Beyonce's little sister Solange appeared at the premiere of her documentary without pants on. What she did have on was featureless.

Sam Claflin got some big things wrong with his outfit: Black-on-black-on-black, and he fastened the top button on his shirt without a tie (although if he wore one, we're sure it'd be black).

The 90s called, Ethan Hawke. They want their frosted tips back.

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