Margot Robbie bares a strip of stomach in a gorgeous green gown, plus more fashion hits and misses for November 2022

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It’s time for Wonderwall.com to weigh in on all of the celebrity fall fashion so far in November 2022… Margot Robbie was a vision in green at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 13th Governors Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 19. The beauty rocked this amazing asymmetrical design from Bottega Veneta, a brand we don’t see often on the red carpet, giving us a delightful surprise at the event. The custom frock included exquisite ruching and a cutout that showed a sliver of stomach and paired perfectly with a stack of gold bracelets.

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Mindy Kaling absolutely stunned in black Versace at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 13th Governors Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 19. Her frock — which included a sweetheart neckline, thin straps and a thigh-high slit — also featured some unique Versace details that we need to see up close…

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Mindy Kaling’s Versace straps included tiny Medusa embellishments. She added a pop of color with some beautiful gold and ruby earrings.

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Taylor Swift has been making some strange style choices during this new era, so the golden jumpsuit she wore to the 2022 American Music Awards on Nov. 20 wasn’t a big surprise. The star sported this halter-style jumpsuit from The Blonds with a pair of simple gold Giuseppe Zanotti sandals and the back of this rhinestone-studded look served up a surprise…

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Taylor Swift’s The Blonds jumpsuit was totally backless! Wavy hair and her signature red lip rounded out this underwhelming ensemble.

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Zoe Kravitz wowed in this slinky Saint Laurent design at the 2022 GQ Men of the Year Party in West Hollywood on Nov. 17. The black dress featured a unique diamond cutout that ran above and dangerously low below the navel. Equally stunning and simple Tiffany & Co. earrings added a dash of sparkle to the look…

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Zoe Kravitz added simple and timeless diamond studs from Tiffany & Co. to her bold Saint Laurent look.

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Becky G has certainly stepped up her style game. The star arrived at the 23rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas on Nov. 17 in this standout Zuhair Murad ballgown. The strapless frock featured a full skirt and a stunning all-over print in bold shades of hot pink, purple, blue and green over a solid black backdrop. We wanted to love everything about this look, but one element of the styling nearly ruined it all…

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Becky G’s addition of completely unnecessary sheer gloves almost turned this look into a miss. We didn’t like the trendy addition — or the way she added rings on top of the useless gloves.

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Bebe Rexha was on hand for the American Music Awards on Nov. 20 in this bright red Buerlangma disaster complete with massive layered sleeves made of tulle, an equally busy skirt and a huge train that trailed behind her. Her red leather Le Silla shoes added to the monochromatic vibe, and though the black belt tried to reign in all that tulle, it unfortunately didn’t salvage the look.

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We loved the shade of the green Versace gown Sydney Sweeney wore to the GQ Men of the Year Awards in Madrid on Nov. 17. That stunning hue and the slinky silhouette combined to make this feel like a throwback Versace fashion moment.

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Machine Gun Kelly certainly raised eyebrows in this custom Dolce & Gabbana pantsuit at the 2022 American Music Awards on Nov. 20. It wasn’t because of the bold purple shade… but the insane spike detailing covering his the suit. Let’s check it out…

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Machine Gun Kelly’s custom Dolce & Gabbana getup included dozens of intimidating long silver spikes up and down the suit for a standout look that we’re not quite sure would work sitting down.

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Lady in red! Ava Max wowed in Givenchy at the 24th NRJ Music Awards in Cannes, France, on Nov. 18. After selecting this satin design with a classically simple silhouette and subtle slit, she added matching platforms from the fashion house and kept things in the family with her jewels as well…

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Ava Max rocked some chunky Givenchy jewelry on the red carpet, selecting silver pieces that complemented her fiery red look.

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This next look gets a big nope from us. Olivia Wilde attended the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 13th Governors Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 19 in this Erdem design — a sleeveless black-and-white mess of tulle and strange embroidery she accessorized with a pair of totally useless sheer gloves. It’s so bad, we’ve got to take a closer look…

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Olivia Wilde’s Erdem design left us wanting a whole lot more. From that bizarre thin netting across her chest to the white bustier underneath to the overdone sheer gloves we just can’t escape these days, we can’t find a single redeeming quality about this red carpet look.

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Kelly Rowland attended the American Music Awards on Nov. 20 in this Nicolas Jebran confection. The strapless ballgown included a sky-high slit and an all-over animal print. We found this was the perfect opportunity to incorporate the over-the-elbow gloves that have been trending lately.

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Cate Blanchett arrived at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 13th Governors Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 19 in this disappointing look that had us seeing double. Yep, the star actually already wore this fashion miss — way back in 2020 during the Venice Film Festival — and decided to rock the strange blazer-topped ruffled mess once again at this event.

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Viola Davis truly brought the rainbow to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 13th Governors Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 19. Her custom Christopher John Rogers gown started out simple enough with halter-style black straps before giving way to a multicolored chevron pattern full of pink, yellow, blue, orange and white hues. Bright yellow drop earrings complemented the look flawlessly.

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Only Gigi Hadid could pull this look off… but that doesn’t mean she should. The star arrived at the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City on Nov. 7 in this Thom Browne ensemble that mixed plaids, stripes and tweed — all over top a cropped white blouse. High socks and pointy-toe boots plus a funky blue lip shade rounded out this look. 

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An example of how not to wear gloves? Look no further than the horrendous outfit Olivia Wilde wore to the LACMA Art + Film Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 5. The actress-director selected a chevron-patterned Gucci gown with thin straps and dazzling sequined embellishments but eclipsed the beautiful frock with those ridiculous red patent leather gloves. 

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At the 2022 LACMA Art + Film Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 5, the ladies weren’t the only ones in bold ensembles. Andrew Garfield took a fashion risk in this Gucci velvet suit covered in floral embellishments. Let’s take a closer look… 

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Though we loved the unique detailing on his Gucci getup, we didn’t love how Andrew Garfield paired it with a yellow dress shirt.

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Hello, Mariska Hargitay! For the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City on Nov. 7, the beauty opted for this stunning Christian Siriano gown complete with plenty of drama thanks to a mermaid-style skirt that flowed into mounds of tulle. If the skirt wasn’t dreamy enough, the long-sleeved bodice and unique asymmetrical neckline elevated this look every further. 

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Almost, but not quite! Though we appreciated Taylor Swift’s departure from her usual style, we weren’t sold by this David Koma custom piece she wore to the MTV Europe Music Awards in Düsseldorf, Germany, on Nov. 13. The spaghetti-strap bodysuit worn underneath a gemstone-embellished sheer net skirt just wasn’t a hit in our books, though it did fit in amongst some other wild fashion at the annual show.

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Alexandra Daddario looked like a goddess in this Dior haute couture gown as she arrived at the 2022 Guggenheim International Gala in New York City on Nov. 9. From the unique pale shade to the delicate embroidery throughout, this look plucked right from the runway wowed on the red carpet. 

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Sorry, Kerry Washington. We couldn’t get behind this funky minidress from Vera Wang the actress wore to the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City on Nov. 7. The ruffled blazer-style selection included the bizarre addition of hanging garters — we weren’t fans of this edgy look. Simple Stuart Weitzman sandals rounded out the getup. 

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Claire Danes wowed at the New York City premiere of “Fleishman Is In Trouble” on Nov. 7 in this stunning custom Zac Posen design. We loved the unique neckline with its three points of interest and the way the frock flowed effortlessly behind her on the red carpet. 

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Bored of Kim Kardashian in Balenciaga? Us too! The star’s all-black look from the brand, complete with the gloves, felt like something we’ve seen one too many times and completely underwhelmed amongst a sea of more fascinating looks at the 2022 LACMA Art + Film Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 5.

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We’re not usually into gloves, but this look from Anya Taylor-Joy showed the right way to rock the accessory. The star stepped onto the red carpet for the London premiere of her film “The Menu” on Nov. 9 in this bright blue Alexander McQueen frock that included a corset-style bodice and a fun asymmetrical ruffled skirt. Matching gloves and sky-high pointy-toe heels took this bold frock to the next level. 

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The MTV Europe Music Awards always bring out some wacky fashion, so the getup that Bebe Rexha wore to the show in Düsseldorf, Germany, on Nov. 13, wasn’t a huge shock. The songstress donned a Ban Binch Tongtong turtleneck jumpsuit, complete with bold structural elements, in a vibrant blue shade that landed among the misses this month.

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Here’s some serious holiday party inspiration! Diane Kruger attended the 19th Marrakech International Film Festival in Morocco on Nov. 12 in this elaborate shimmering gown from Givenchy. It included a turtleneck, long sleeves and a floor-length skirt all dripping in textured embellishments for a standout look.

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Rita Ora’s slinky see-through frock actually landed among our hits this month. The solo spaghetti strap, the off-the-shoulder detailing and the sheer silhouette made a statement on the red carpet at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in London on Nov. 8, making the Jacquemus La Robe Draggiu pick one of our favorite barely-there gowns of late. 

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That’s a whole lot of red! Though we appreciate Zooey Deschanel’s commitment to the holiday season, the sheer amount of draping and pleating plus the oversized bow on this cheery red Nina Ricci design lost us when the actress hit the red carpet at the Baby2Baby Gala in West Hollywood on Nov. 12 in this look.

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Next up is an embarrassing case of two stars wearing the same dress! Kelsea Ballerini tapped Balenciaga for her look at the 2022 CMA Awards in Nashville on Nov. 9, selecting this highlighter blue gown by the fashion house. Unfortunately, we weren’t wild about this frock that featured gloved long sleeves and a dramatic train — plus another star arrived with a slightly different take on the same dress that we liked better…

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We preferred MacKenzie Porter’s electric blue Balenciaga 2022 CMA Awards gown, which was nearly identical to Kelsea Ballerini’s Balenciaga pick for the Nov. 9 awards show in Nashville. But unlike the glove component of Kelsea’s design, MacKenzie’s long-sleeved frock brought the right amount of elegance to the red carpet and felt plenty dressy thanks to the lengthy train.

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Obsessed! Zoey Deutch donned a youthful Coach minidress with Mary Janes for the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City on Nov. 7. The sweet short-sleeved design featured pops of cheery yellow with its floral embroidery and ruffled hemline. 

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Christina Ricci’s Rodarte gown wasn’t one of our favorites this month, mainly thanks to the unnecessary keyhole cutout and oversized floral details at the shoulders. The actress wore this disappointing pick to the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City on Nov. 7.

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Kate Holmes embraced a flapper vibe in a Jonathan Simkhai fringed silver frock at the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City on Nov. 7. Her crystal-covered net gown would have fit in perfectly at a themed party, but we’re just not sure it was right for this night.

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Salma Hayek finally got it right! We’re used to putting her on the miss list month after month, but we have to admit we enjoyed this Gucci pick she wore to the LACMA Art + Film Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 5. We loved the subtle ombre and the color choices on this thin-strapped design that combined greens, golds and pale pinks before flowing into a lace-trimmed hem. We’ll even excuse the addition of those sheer matching gloves! 

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Kimberly Schlapman scored a fashion miss at the 2022 CMA Awards in Nashville on Nov. 9, picking this awfully busy pale pink strapless number. From the belt to the unfortunate embroidery, a lot was happening on this dress and the elbow-length gloves really didn’t help matters.

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We’ve loved Amanda Seyfried’s style choices of late, and this Michael Kors Collection look was no exception. The combo the actress wore to the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City on Nov. 7 included an asymmetrical bodysuit paired with sheer wide-legged pants, which was a surprising choice for the star. A chunky belt and a wide gold bangle served as accessories while a bright red lip and wavy hair style completed this standout ensemble. 

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It was Selena Gomez’s night at the Hollywood premiere of her documentary “Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me” on Nov. 2… so we wish she would have picked a better dress. Instead, the star arrived in this boring one-shouldered Rodarte design. The silky frock included a bow detail at the shoulder and one tiny strap, but other than that lacked personality. Her shoes, on the other hand, were worthy of her documentary premiere: stunning pointy-toe pumps that even Cinderella would envy — crystal-studded heels from the brand Paris Texas. 

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An off-the-shoulder sparkly jumpsuit? Sign us up! We’re really crushing on Jennifer Hudson’s Greta Constantine one-piece look, which she rocked with a cool messy updo, pointy-toe pumps and bold blue nails at the 2022 Glamour Women of the Year event in New York City on Nov. 1.

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We weren’t wild about Nina Dobrev’s Dior pick at the 2022 Guggenheim International Gala in New York City on Nov. 9. The silk gown included an all-over pattern that felt overwhelming, and despite the prints in tans and browns, she strangely opted to add black pumps. 

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Grace Van Patten served up some monochromatic glam in emerald green Tom Ford at the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City on Nov. 7. She rocked it with the hood up, lending a casual vibe to the zip-up jacket and fitted tapered skirt with a slit. Matching pumps completed this killer look.

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Though it’s rare, every now and then Kate Moss serves up a fashion miss. Her showing at WSJ. Magazine’s Innovator Awards in New York City on Nov. 2 is one such example — just look at this bizarre hooded dress from Saint Laurent. Though hoods are certainly having a moment, this muted green pick crafted from sheer fabric lost us. 

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Janelle Monae’s Gucci pick for the LACMA Art + Film Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 5 was one of our favorites of the month — just check out all that detailing! From the dual-toned cream and black top half to the sequins, feathers and chains to the accessories — layered pearls and a sweet embellished clutch — we loved every inch of this one. 

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We usually love a good velvet red carpet moment, but the Louis Vuitton mini that Sophie Turner wore to the Glamour Women of the Year event in New York City on Nov. 1 missed the mark. The long-sleeved selection included a high neck and a super-short skirt, but something about the cut didn’t work with such a winter-ready fabric. Red knee-high leather boots from the brand didn’t help matters, making this feel more costume-like than couture.

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We adored the Emilia Wickstead coordinates that Nicola Coughlan wore to the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in London on Nov. 8. The “Bridgerton” beauty rocked a long-sleeved crop top with an inverted neckline with a matching ankle-length full skirt all in the same textured, rich black fabric. Sealing the deal on this sweet look? Those amazing pumps! 





















































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