Well, this was a head-scratcher (starting with that hair-raising hairstyle, for one)! We love, love Laverne but this metallic number overwhelms her fabulous figure.
The Boyhood star's billowing sleeves and electric blue ponytail made for an odd nun-meets-punk red carpet look.
Uzo's crochet lemon-yellow gown look was just a little off—which may be a result of the darker hue she wore underneath.
Too much fabric, too little finesse on Rosamund's Christian Dior Haute Couture frock, which featured a trendy high-low hem.
The odd cut and fit of Sophia's orange-red Vivienne Westwood frock made this a worst dressed shoe-in.
We don't mind clashing in the name of high fashion, but Melissa's garish pink-meets-crimson gown didn't work well to offset the actress' strawberry blond locks.
This lacy gown was a little too doily for our tastes.
The velvet jacket, the metallic undershirt, the sock-looking flats—the Orange is the New Black star's look was obviously a little less than cohesive.
The odd horseshoesque neckline on Anna's Escada dress did nothing for the star's trim figure.
The star's white hot Vionnet halter gown was a little ill-fitting, and the white strips of fabric over the skirt didn't do much to help either.
The bodice just doesn't hug Andrea's figure as it should on this pale teal Escada gown with a bow-adorned halter neckline.
We can't quite put our finger on where this sweeping red confection went wrong, but this may be it: too much fabric on the skirt and an ill-fitting bodice.
Andy Samberg's ladylove wore a floral, caped confection that left us a little cold.
This number is somewhat too casual for the SAG Awards red carpet, and the massive bruise on Lo's leg brings more attention to the questionable dress length.
Keltie's caped blue gown fell a little flat for us, especially in terms of fit.
Padded shoulders and sheer piping didn't do so well on Taryn (we love her metallic mani though!).