We covered the best dressed at the 2013 Academy Awards and now it’s time to see who was worst dressed.


Worst dressed at the 2013 Academy Awards


Anne Hathaway. The color of her Prada dress is nice but that’s all we can say about it that’s positive. And to think that the actress went for this instead of her usual red carpet gowns by Valentino. Sources cited by the Guardian say that it was a last-minute choice. What strikes about her look is actually the nipple-like cuts that the heavy fabric shows. It will probably be remembered as the nipple dress.

Kristen Stewart. The “Twilight Saga” star made an unusual appearance matching the gala dress with a pair of crutches. According to her makeup artist Beau Nelson, she “cut the ball of her foot, quite severely on glass two days ago”. Aside for applauding her Oscar-worthy attitude – she gave up the crutches and took a few steps on her own, posing for the photographers, we think a hairdo, any kind of hairdo, would have been nice. The wild look she adopts usually does not fit the Reem Acra gown, or the high-profile event she attended.


Worst dressed at the 2013 oscars


Zoe Saldana. There would have been nothing wrong with Zoe’s Alex Mabille Couture gown if it didn’t abound in adornments: a floral bodice, a belt and a bow around the waistline and an asymmetrical hemline. It’s too, too much!

Helena Bonham Carter. The “Harry Potter” is a mixture of a lot of originality and a little bit of creepiness. She wears a black and white Vivienne Westwood creation, which features a cleavage that has been out of fashion since the ‘90s and her coiffure matches her “Harry Potter” and her “Sweeney Todd” roles perfectly. But this is Helena’s charm and when it comes to fashion, she’s …unique!

Helen Hunt. The actress chose an economic wear at the Oscars. Unlike her fellow actresses, who adore shining in couture dresses, Hunt opted for a strapless dark blue gown by the Conscious collection for H&M. Critics mostly referred not to the less pricy dress, but to the fact that it looked wrinkled, even for an eco-friendly dress.