Regina Hall, Kerry Washington, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, BET AWARDS

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First things first: White ensembles dominated last night's 2014 BET Awards' red carpet. We counted at least 15 looks—and that's not including the fellas. Which is what made Kerry Washington's bright floral Dolce & Gabbana dress that much more refreshing. In only her second red carpet event since giving birth two months ago, the Scandal star managed to steal the show by bucking the trend. Well played, K.W.!

Not that we didn't enjoy the all-white fad. In fact, our second-favorite frock of the night was an ivory Jason Wu frock worn by Gugu Mbatha-Raw. And we also adored Regina Hall's plunging white Chagoury pantsuit sans shirt. The Think Like a Man Too actress managed to look ultra-cool in long sleeves and pants—quite the feat in 85-degree weather!

Zendaya, Gabrielle Union, Malina Moye, BET AWARDS

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Meanwhile, Gabrielle Union seemed to be dressed for the wrong season in a Maria Lucia Hohan gown with thigh-high black boots. The gown would have been ideal for the occasion if only she would have opted for simply strappy sandals.

Moving on to more confusing fashion statements, we raised an eyebrow when we saw Zendaya's Emanuel Ungaro ensemble. Is it just us or did it sort of seem like she dipped into Jennifer Lopez's closet and snagged something the singer wore back in the late '90s?

And finally Malina Moye's color-clashing neon dress stood out on the red carpet but not in a necessarily in a good way.

Who do you think was best and worst dressed at last night's awards?

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