If this is what the Girls star looks like dressed, we prefer her fictional counterpart Hannah's penchant for nudity! The actress' poofy floral-print Prada did little to flatter her figure.
The star should have left the head-to-toe gold look to the Emmy statuette.
American Horror Story indeed! From the waist down, the Emmy-nominated actress' Escada gown was elegant, but from the waist up, it looked as if a preschooler had drawn a messy doodle on the bodice.
Is it us, or does it look like the Nashville star snagged her Naeem Khan number from the curtain rod of some medieval castle?
With its contrasting halves, this Vionnet dress looked like it came from two different frocks. It was a Franken-fashion statement the left us scratching our heads.
This black confection may have been glamorous if the occasion had been a red carpet funeral rather than a major award show!
While the water color print of this custom-made Honor gown could have been charming, the bizarre bralett drags the look down and has the undesirable effect of making the Girls star's bust look disproportionately small.
From the sheer neckline to gold embellishments to a tulle mermaid skirt, there was way too much going on with this frock.
The structural detailing of this cocktail dress only make this gal's hips look wide—always a bad thing—while the matchy-mathcy shoes remind us of the dyeables teens used to wear at prom.
It's hard to ruin the elegant simplicity of an all-black dress, but the bizarre texture of this frock's lace manages to do just that.
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