These celebrities really missed the sartorial mark at the 2018 AMAs red carpet.
It’s not the same to dress up for the Met Gala than for the AMAs red carpet. One is all about avant-garde fancy shmancy high fashion and the other is a display of more laid back, nonchalant, yet still exciting looks.
However, that doesn’t mean you can show up at the American Music Awards wearing a Jonas Brother 2009 tour tee that you now use for pajamas, or a red Solo cup for an accessory and not expect to automatically make the worst dressed list.
From Post Malone’s excessively outlandish ensemble to the ever-fashionable Dua Lipa’s paper toilet-inspired gown, these celebrities really missed the sartorial mark at the music awards show. Prepare yourself to see the 10 awful looks that completely trashed the 2018 AMAs red carpet.
Post Malone started with a snake insignia then and added silver boots, a Western belt buckle and a red Solo cup to boot. (Photo: WENN)
At least Poppy’s The Dark Knight Rises-inspired bizarre black muzzled matched her ridiculous tuxedo-like pumps. (Photo: WENN)
Ciara’s look wasn’t all that bad. It was just a little too casual for what she’s got us used to. Disappointing, to say the least. (Photo: WENN)
Dua Lipa made the worst dressed list in a white Giambattista Valli off-the-shoulder dress with a huge puffball skirt, which looked better suited to a wedding—or the toilet. (Photo: WENN)
We love a good power suit, but Amara la Negra’s head-to-toe shinny blue tailcoat was a little too much. (Photo: WENN)
It’s true that Ralph Laure made tuxes country denim timeless, but clunky styling let Amandla Stenberg down at the AMAs. (Photo: WENN)
John Stamos stepped out at the AMAs wearing the 2009 Jonas Brothers tour shirt as if that’s a normal thing to do. (Photo: WENN)
Kelsea Ballerini took bumble bee fashion to new and unwanted heights.
YouTube star Loren Gray made sure she REALLY stood out wearing a headache-inducing highlighter-yellow look. (Photo: WENN)
Qveen Herby was clearly feeling floral, but seemingly forgot about adding blooms to her oddly-sheer skirt. (Photo: WENN)