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Fashion Fails: Beth Stern, Cate Blanchett, Harry Styles, And More

September 22nd, 2013 1:07pm EDT

Beth Stern 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!
Howard Stern's wife Beth Ostrosky Stern appeared at an America's Got Talent red carpet. Unfortunately, she forgot to wear a top, so someone helpfully tied their dress shirt around her to cover her up.
Cate Blanchett wore this confusing dress to the UK premiere of Blue Jasmine. That top section is just bizarre. Are her arms stuck in place like that? Can she actually move them away from her sides?
I'm probably getting some hate mail for this one, but someone named Harry Styles should be more fashionable, right? Instead, he wears this ugly cheetah print shirt and some pre-damaged pants.
Stef Dawson's dress looks like it's on backwards, with all of those ruffles breaking up her gown. The color isn't that great either; it reminds me of salmon.
Magic Johnson gets some props for wearing a fitted suit, but his blue shirt is way out there for this time of the year - colors like that are better off during the spring. Also, what's with how low that vest is?
Gina Carano can kick my butt, however I'm not a huge fan of this all-leather look. She looks great in her leather pants, but the jacket makes the entire outfit look tacky if she's not riding a motorcycle.
I'm never going to like animal patterns. Lilah Parsons tries on this white cheetah spot dress that would look just fine without the pattern. Also, those black clunk platforms have to go.

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