Every year, the fashion enthusiasts eagerly wait for one of the biggest celebrations of fashion, Met Gala. Just like every year, this year's Met Gala, which took place on May 3, 2022, gave us a lot to talk about. The theme of this year was 'Gilded Glamour'. While some celebrities stole the show with their beautiful ensembles, there were others that did not quite sit well with us.
Here are our picks of worst dressed celebrities at Met Gala 2022:
This is so close to just being cool, but the combination of indoor sunglasses, boxy blazer-dress, asymmetric hems, double-breasted closure, and dangly baseball-stitched accents was just too much for one's eye.
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The outfit is honestly not that bad, however, the contrast between the translucent tank and the voluminous skirt is a bit much. However, the real crime is Kendall's blonde brows. She looks hilarious with those brows.
Although the lipstick-red PVC jumpsuit is eye-catching, the wild circus tent of a puffer jacket is not soothing to eyes. And, believe it or not, we think the design's grandeur and borderline obnoxiousness are suitable for the night's theme, but the entire look is really not for Met gala 2022. The look did not turn out the way it should have.
Fredrik Robertsson, a fashion entrepreneur, walked the red carpet at Met Gala 2022 wearing a weird futuristic bodysuit. The fashion entrepreneur had all eyes on him in a silver bodysuit covered in intricate needles that made him look like a cross between a porcupine and a pufferfish. Fredrik's outfit consisted of a grey-and-black bodysuit with flared pant legs to hide his black shoes. This one stole the show for all the wrong reasons.
Bella is usually so flawlessly dressed on the street and her red carpet fashion is also so on point, however, unfortunately, this jumbled mess of leather, pearls, and bangs is a colossal flop.
Camila Cabello wore a sloppy crop top with a crisscross chest. She completed her look with a long train and a skirt with side layers of fabric with tulle flowers. This one is a no-go for us. We understand that the skirt is meant to evoke the grand ballroom styles and bustles of the Gilded Age, but the white fabric doesn't appear to be rich enough.
We're sorry to say it, but this isn't working for us. The textile is heavy, and the drab green and black colour scheme doesn't help or give a look the luxurious feel that the night demands. The little tiara is adorable, and the opera gloves are perfect. We simply do not like the dress, and the unconventional cuts appear absurd.
We'll keep saying it: the Met Gala isn't meant to be a costume party, and no one is required to dress by the theme. This is very dramatic and flattering on her, but we've seen it a hundred times before, and that's not something anyone wants to hear about their Met Gala ensemble. Giving credit where credit is due: Her hair and makeup are flawless.