Best Dressed, Teen Choice Awards 2016

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When it comes to awards shows, someone has to win and a few more have to lose. The same could apply for the fun of red carpets.

As dozens of singers, actors and athletes of all ages attended the 2016 Teen Choice Awards Sunday night, many eyes were on what the stars were wearing from head to toe. So who had a major hit and which celeb had a minor miss? Let's dig in!

Starting with the best of the best, we have to give praise to Jessica Alba. The actress and founder of the Honest Company stunned in a David Koma cropped top with matching high-waisted trousers.

Country singer Kelsea Ballerini also wowed when wearing a strapless Cynthia Rowley dress. As for those gladiator heels, we want them now!

While Sarah Hyland had quite the handsome companion—hello boyfriend Dominic Sherwood—by her side, it was her colorful ensemble styled by Brad Goreski that deserves plenty of credit. As for the dudes, Fuller House star John Stamos didn't disappoint once again with his aqua blue pants and blazer. And yes, we see you John with that white T-shirt unbuttoned.

Worst Dressed, Teen Choice Awards 2016

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Meanwhile, some stars didn't exactly wear their best look in their career at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif.

While Charlie Puth was likely much more focused on his performance, we wish he would have increased the fashion game on the red carpet.

As for Jason Derulo, the all-white ensemble is a lot to take in. And we're not exactly sure if that's the longest tank-top we've ever seen or just two intriguing pieces.

While we love Keke Palmer's fashion risk, her Sunday night look appeared to be a little too retro for some. The sunglasses have us wondering if she was listening to disco music on the way in?

When it comes to Ashley Benson's look, we're a bit perplexed with the top. Is it just us, or would that be super uncomfortable and itchy to wear throughout a two-hour awards show? If the Pretty Little Liars star liked it, though, who are we to judge?

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