Every year at the Met Gala, we see some truly glorious looks.
Then there are the celebs who rock up having made little to no effort to stick to the theme.
It breaks our hearts, truly. Sure, they look great, but they’ve wasted an opportunity to go all out. They have the means to commit to a fancy dress code, so why on earth don’t they?
As with every Met Gala before it, the Met Gala 2019 had its share of celebrities who missed the mark on the theme of Camp: Notes on Fashion.
Camp is all about extravagance, colour, and sparkle. Some celebrities had the gall to show up in plain black dresses.
Have a look at the worst offenders.
The ruffles are kind of camp, but this dress just doesn’t hit the mark. Charli could easily wear this to any other event.
A man in a black suit? Groundbreaking.
This one hurts, because Taron *just* finished acting as Elton John in Rocketman. Elton John! Just raid the costumes cupboard, Taron. Deeply disappointing.
This is the second year running that Huma’s turned up in a gorgeous yellow gown with floral detailing. Lovely, but not on theme. Rescind her invitation.
We thought we could rely on Miley Cyrus to give us something full on, fun, and absolutely campy. We were wrong.
A plain black dress. Anna Wintour must be seething.
Bella Hadid is always wearing black dresses with cut-outs, so this falls pretty flat.
It’s not the time nor the place for this plain gown.
Another black dress. Sigh.
This is glitsy, sure, but how often do we see Kim Kardashian in a super fitted, basically naked, nude toned dress? This is just any other Monday night for her.
Cool detailing, but that doesn’t stop this being another plain black dress.
Did you read the invitation, Gwyneth?
We’re honestly puzzled by this entire look.
Regina! Save this perfectly fine dress for any other event.
We miss Rihanna.
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