10 Celebrity Fashion Fails That They Regret Wearing Now

Fashion can be compared to that of wearing grotesque, unique, and extraordinary pieces. These pieces can turn into something magical and beautiful when don correctly, however, there are also times where people cannot avoid but to become a fashion blunder.

For celebrities, when strutting down the red carpet, it is only naturally for them to dress to impress and also to wear fashion pieces that subtly tell us who they are and their personalities. Despite having stylists to help them choose the best dress for official events, messing up the selection is sometimes inevitable. Instead of trying to impress the audience, their outfit choices would in turn become a disaster.

Below are ten of the most iconic celebrity fashion fails (that they somehow regret wearing) of all time. Check them out below.

Lady Gaga’s Raw Meat Dress

Topping the list of celebrity fashion fails is Lady Gaga. During the VMAs in 2010, the star walk down the red carpet fully dressed in raw meat from head to toe. We think she would want to create a statement, but it turned out to be a failure instead. No matter how we think about it, we still could not grasp the idea behind wearing such ensemble.

Britney Spears & Justin Timberlake’s Denim Couple Outfit

Sure, wearing matching clothes as couples are on trend in the recent years. However, the case for Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake created more failure than their aim to look cute and mushy. The over-all denim number, they took the couple matching outfit idea too far.

Celine Dion’s 1999 Oscar Ensemble

While she still remains to be a queen in the music industry, Celine Dion’s ensemble during the Oscars in 1999 is something we cannot forgive. Aside from everything she has worn looking like they all came from a thrift shop (although there is nothing wrong with that), she wore the blazer in reverse. Weird.

Kim Kardashian’s 2013 Met Gala Look

We all know that Kim Kardashian is totally fearless when it comes to her outfits, and she has truly cemented herself as a fashion icon. However, it looks like there were some inconsistencies in her Met Gala dress that it looked like downright unflattering.

Gwyneth Paltrow’s 2002 Oscar’s Dress

It seems the no bra campaign started over a decade ago for Gwyneth Paltrow. In the Oscar’s of 2002, she wore an Alexander McQueen creation that consists of a sheer top and black skirt, which highlighted her bossom so much it was a disaster. The star still talks about the regret she has for wearing such ensemble.

Amber Rose’s VMA Red Carpet Look

Amber Rose will always be one who defies the rules of fashion, and she will always dress daringly. But, her outfit to the 2014 VMA looked more of a disaster than a fashion success. It was too revealing that the outfit looked horrible!

 Chrissy Teigen’s Black Censor Bar Dress

The witty and iconic supermodel, Chrissy Teigen, is well-known for her straight to the point and amazing response to various issues. She has always been known to be vocal about her thoughts and feelings. In 2013, she attended an anniversary event for Jeffrey Fashion Cares, and she has been very vocal about her distaste on her dress, claiming it’s not very Chrissy at all!

Sarah Jessica Parker’s Black Wedding Gown

While it is okay to step away from the norm, fashion icon Sarah Jessica Parker still regrets wearing a black wedding gown on her wedding in 1997 stating she was too embarrassed and swore not to do it again.

Jennifer Lawrence’s Teen Vogue Outfit

In an event hosted by Teen Vogue, the Hunger Games star wore a simple white satin dress that looked like she’s got no time to prepare at all. It was like she grabbed on a piece of cloth, wrap it around her and throw in some floral headdress and attended the event. Definitely a fashion pass!

Diane Kruger’s First Golden Globes

First times are always something to look forward to, and we think Diane Kruger got truly excited! The actress stated she loves Marchesa but her choice of outfit for the Golden Globes is something she does not want to wear ever again.