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Some of us are just now starting to consistently feel that springtime weather as we head deep into April. That means we might have to take inventories of our wardrobes before we start putting last year’s gear back into rotation. Sadly, quite a few stars neglected that chore this past week, and the results leave a lot to be desired. So who made this week’s list of worst dressed celebs?
We were shocked by two of the offenders, with Sarah Jessica Parker and Kelly Osbourne making the list. SJP was the epitome of style on Sex And The City, so you know it hurts to see her trying to contrast different shades of denim. And goodness, Kelly is actually a member of the Fashion Police, making us wonder if we need someone to police the police!
Of course, there were some flubs on the red carpets, with events from the Academy Of Country Music Awards to Marie Clarie’s Fresh Faces party having to contend with style horrors.
You can also find out more about who did and didn’t impress Big Morning Buzz Live’s Fashion Friday crew by checking out the clip below.
Hop into our gallery and then vote below to let us know whose fashion fail takes the cake this week!
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