Starpulse.com

Fashion Fails: Kimberly Wyatt, Asa Butterfield, John Legend, More

October 13th, 2013 3:07pm EDT

Kimberly Wyatt 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!
Kimberly Wyatt wore this mishmash dress to the Pride of Britain awards, but there's no pride in wearing such a bizarre outfit. Her purse looks like a glittery Christmas card, on top of it all.
Ashley Roberts wore this questionable pair of overalls featuring a repeated face of a lion. One would think she was going for a Goth look with her black nails, but she retains her light hair and paints her lips a shocking red.
If it weren’t for the chest hair, Paul Stanley would make a convincing woman on the Jersey Shore.
John Legend appears to have ruined two perfectly good coats with this piece. More audacious is the fact that he wore this to the celebration of Style Magazine Men's Issue.
Tilda Swinton wore this… Thing… to the New York Film Festival. Swinton's fashion sense has always been a little odd, but it must have been a bit difficult stepping on her too-long pant legs all the time. Thanks to her shirt being unbuttoned down to her stomach, she probably had to make sure a breeze didn't expose her.
Oh, Asa Butterfield. It's odd that shirts like this even exist, let alone people that want to wear them. Camouflage is pretty gnarly on the red carpet anyway (unless you are in Duck Dynasty), but those giant pockets are even worse.
Carla Gugino is a beautiful woman, but the animal print dress just makes her look older and less fashion sensible.

Related: Asa Butterfield, Ashley Roberts, Carla Gugino, John Legend, Kimberly Wyatt, Paul Stanley, Tilda Swinton, Starpulse Exclusives, Fashion, Celebrity, Fashion, Fashion Fails

© 2013 Starpulse.com

Photo Credits: PR Photos, Pacific Coast News

Previous: Jeff Goldblum Gets Engaged In Hawaii

Next: You Won't Believe What Type Of Hair Was Used For Dwayne Johnson's 'Hercules' Beard

More on Kimberly Wyatt

*Quantcast