Sad as we are to see another year go by, there are a few A-list looks that we're happy to throw into the time capsule, never to be worn again. Topping that list is a combo of over-the-top menswear, way too many stripes, and a pair of pants that make absolutely no sense. Here's hoping that after the clock strikes midnight on 12/31/13 these styles will "be forgot and never brought to mind."
Miley Cyrus in her half sweats: We didn't understand this bizarre jeans and jammies combo when we first saw them on the "Wrecking Ball" singer, and we don't get them now. There's a certain '90s rap vibe going on, with an equal amount of pro football player in this pj's feel. The pop star has had some banner fashion moments over the past year, but this will go down as the worst.
Kim Basinger's gangster garb: When we first saw the Grudge Match star in this 1920's menswear, we assumed she got the invite mixed up with a Boardwalk Empire premiere. Apparently she was just channeling the guys of Goodfella's, for some odd reason. We love a sleek suit, but not one that looks like a Halloween costume.
Ashley Tisdale's giant tent dress: We love a maxi dress, but this is like a double XL nightgown on the former Disney star. The biker jacket is an attempt to dress up the sloppy garb, but the way-too-long length and drab color need way more help.
Hailee Steinfeld's jail cell chic: There's nothing cute about a prison suit, even one that includes a cropped top and mini skirt. We appreciate the Romeo and Juliet star's on-trend color combo, but horizontal stripes are not the most flattering fashion choice, and not just because they originally belonged behind bars.
Florence Welch in the way-too-see-through dress: There's sheer, and then there's this look on the Florence and the Machine frontwoman. We appreciate her attempt to cover up in appropriate underwear, but the see-through Stevie Nicks style is like a '70s nightie gone public!