2015 Worst Dressed; November with Kylie Jenner, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Rita Ora

Oh dear, girls...


by Sophie Bronstein |
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November was that unforgettable month that Adele made her comeback after four years with her incredible new album, Geordie Shore's Vicky Pattison was crowned queen of the jungle, and ex One Directioner Zayn Malik stepped out in public with supermodel Gigi Hadid having recently split with Little Mix's Perrie.

Yep, all in all one crazily hectic month in the world of celebrity. But despite all, there were still some pretty shocking outfits that we just couldn't let go unnoticed...

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini


Chezza looks like a giant walking bandage in this co-ord, and paired with pale velvet boots... just NO.

Ellie Goulding

Ellie's dress at the abc American Music Awards made her look like she was ready to load a gun with it's bullet-looking embellishment

Gwen Stefani

We just can't work out why uber-cool Gwen has made it onto nearly every worst-dressed list. Maybe it could have something to do with the fact that she considers it normal to team baggy leather shorts with tights?

Jada Pinkett Smith

This sheer and heavily embellished dress made Jada look like a total ice queen. Perhaps a bit more apropes for the Frozen premiere?

Kylie Jenner

K-J is usually super stylish, but we think she took it a tad too far at the American Music Awards when she wore this very gladiator-esque frock.

Mollie King

When Mollie wore this dress so close to Chrimbo, we were praying that flashing your hip bones wasn't about to become a major trend (mainly because ours are completely drowned in fat after all of those mince pies).

Rita Ora

OK, we know blazer dresses are cool. But this looks more like just a blazer than any type of dress. Forgot your trousers, Rita?

Salma Hayek

We just have no idea what was running through Salma's (or her stylist) mind when she got ready that day.

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