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Miley Cyrus, Kim Kardashian and Rihanna are three of the stars that this year, surprised the wrong reasons on the red carpet. These are the 8 dresses(evening dresses) that have left more to be desired.

 

In all red carpets there are always the best and the worst. The year 2015 was no exception and was filled with unlikely choices we walked in the mouths of the world only by evil motives. Be the disproportionate silhouettes against the body or the choices (too) low-cut, there are celebrities who went directly to the list of worst dressed of the year.

 

We talk about the eccentric coordinated Solange Knowles and Miley Cyrus and dress omelet / pizza / tortilla Rihanna (confecionado by Chinese designer Guo Pei) which generated a wave of reactions on social networks. Already Lana del Rey was inspired by the little mermaid for the night of the Golden Globes but its choice left much to be desired.

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The Emmy, the model Heidi Klum was voted the worst dressed of the night because they wore a yellow dress(yellow formal dresses) with an overlay of tissues in anything favored. The same applies to the choice of Anna Wintour, the most influential woman in the fashion world (is director of American Vogue), which did not get rid of the criticisms of her dress with flowers in sufficient detail to fill a garden.

 

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