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Xtina is back! See her bold latex look, plus more fashion hits and misses from November 2021 – Wonderwall

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As the weather cools, it’s time to grab a cup of hot cocoa and warm up with the best and worst celebrity fashion of the month! First up? This killer latex look from Christina Aguilera! The pop star showed up at the Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas on Nov. 18 in this fitted dress with a corset-like bodice, puffy sleeves and a fitted skirt that ended in a dramatic train. We loved the bold silhouette and how she chose to accessorize — let’s take a closer look next.
Then keep reading to see more of the month’s best and worst dressed stars…
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Christina Aguilera accessorized her fab frock at the Latin Grammy Awards with not one but two cross necklaces, leather gloves and a whole lot of rings on top. (This angle also gives you a better look at the detailing on those sleeves.)
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Next we have the strangest accessory we’ve seen in quite some time, courtesy of Lorde. The singer arrived at the 2021 Guggenheim International Gala on Nov. 17 in this simple and sophisticated pale orange Dior confection — complete with a thin belt and delicate pleating throughout — but we couldn’t focus on the dress because we couldn’t believe what was around our neck. Could it be? Yep, it was… her own hair!
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We know New York City is getting chilly, but couldn’t you afford a real scarf, Lorde? The singer inexplicably chose to wrap her own hair around her neck in lieu of jewelry or another accessory. Despite the odd addition, she did choose to add drop earrings to the mix… y’know, to add a little sparkle to her au naturel necklace.

A vision in green velvet! Chrishell Stause arrived at the Friendsgiving with PrettyLittleThing at the PrettyLittleThing Showroom in West Hollywood on Nov. 17 in this dress by the brand, scoring a hit and inspiring us to step up our holiday party fashion game. We loved the one-shoulder detail, the ruching and the slit as well as the way she paired the luxe frock with those simple matching strappy sandals.

Brooke Shields wowed at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in New York City on Nov. 8 in this black-and-silver knee-length Pamella Roland design. The beauty’s shimmery strapless frock included a sweetheart neckline, a pearl-embellished bodice and scattered ostrich feathers down the skirt, which also included a thigh-high slit. She completed her look with silver bangles, black pointy-toe pumps and a black clutch.

Dakota Johnson’s look at LACMA’s Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 6 was…. not our favorite. Though we appreciated the silver top — with its fun embellishments and chic belt detail at the waist — those pale pink wide-legged satin pants she paired it with truly lost us.

Now for this disaster from Hailee Steinfeld! The typically very stylish star attended a screening of “Hawkeye” in London on Nov. 11 in this awful Richard Quinn getup. Though it was actually plucked straight from the runway (where it was worn by Amelia Gray Hamlin!), the over-the-elbow white gloves and pants pulled over the heels — the new pantashoes trend — didn’t translate on the red carpet. The floral bustier top portion would have been much better suited to a minidress with cute heels or boots.

Justin Bieber made a serious fashion statement while heading to brunch in Los Angeles on Nov. 6. The pop star rocked a cream colored sweatshirt, baggy brown trousers and the newest Yeezy footwear — the NSTLD Boots — for quite the funky fit. Let’s take a closer look…

Part UGG boot, part moon boot and all sorts of wrong, Justin Bieber rocked these Adidas Yeezy NSTLD boots in a khaki shade while out in (very sunny and warm!) Los Angeles for an instant fashion miss in our book.

We loved the Khaite gown that Emily Ratajkowski wore to the WSJ. Magazine Innovator Awards in New York City on Nov. 1. The model’s off white and off-the-shoulder dress featured a fitted silhouette and ruching and paired perfectly with her bold red sandal choice.
What else would Lady Gaga wear to the “House of Gucci” premiere but Gucci?! The purple confection the star donned for the film’s London debut on Nov. 9 was certainly bold — a dark violet silk chiffon gown complete with pleats and a cape — but the addition of thigh-high fishnets and platform boots marked a very strange styling choice we could have done without.
Glam in Gucci! We loved the killer Gucci coat Lizzo wore to the fashion house’s Love Parade show at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on Nov. 2. The music star paired the bold logo-covered design with a dramatic fringed necklace, headband and metallic pointy-toe pumps for a unique look.
Though we appreciated the bold color choices, we had to call Jamie Chung’s neon green pantsuit with turquoise accents a miss. The star arrived at the premiere of “Dexter: New Blood” in New York City on Nov. 1 in this bright Jonathan Simkhai set, adding a bralette and feather-adorned sandals to the mix… which we’ll get a better look at next.
Jamie Chung added these wild feathered sandals to her green Jonathan Simkhai pantsuit, which matched her turquoise bralette perfectly.
Obsessed! Hailey Bieber arrived at LACMA’s Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 6 in this sleek Saint Laurent design. The stunning garment included a plunging neckline, three-quarter length ruffled sleeves and a straight floor-length skirt for maximum glam.
Hailee Steinfeld is one of our favorite fashionistas, but this Viktor & Rolf frock let us down. The star selected this very bold, long-sleeved and midi-length dress for the “Dickinson” season 3 premiere in Los Angeles on Nov. 1. The navy blue-based piece featured some overpowering oversized floral designs throughout — though we did appreciate that sparkly high-neck detail. She added metallic pointy-toe pumps to finish off this disappointing look.

Camila Mendes rocked this sleek Versace frock at Amazon’s “Fairfax” pop-up opening in Los Angeles on Nov. 2. The “Riverdale” beauty’s dress, which featured a cut-out at the hip and one down the center of the bodice, paired perfectly with her lace-up pumps. Next up? A case of cut-outs not going quite as well in pantsuit form..
Karlie Kloss’s Grace Ling getup left a lot to be desired. The model arrived at the WSJ. Magazine Innovator Awards in New York City on Nov. 1 in this barely-there sheer blouse — which was fastened at the top, but left open to show off a black bralette underneath — that coordinated with her high-waisted baggy trousers with a sheer panel at the hip.
Sadie Sink looked sweet in Chanel at the Chanel No. 5 in the Stars opening night event at Rockefeller Center in New York City on Nov. 5. The star’s long-sleeved Chanel logo-covered blouse paired perfectly with her black high-waisted skirt. She accessorized with a cool white Chanel bag and simple black pumps to finish things off.
The Gucci getup Miley Cyrus wore at the Gucci Love Parade fashion show at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on Nov. 2 started out strong. We loved the fringe and fun blue-and-purple color combo… but she lost us with that feathered peplum at the hips.
Ravishing in red! Meadow Walker’s WSJ. Magazine Innovator Awards look on Nov. 1 was stellar — we loved this sweet off-the-shoulder cherry red Jason Wu confection. The minidress’s ruffled sleeves and full skirt were a darling silhouette that worked perfectly alongside those equally fabulous red heels.
The sequined Gucci gown that Salma Hayek wore to LACMA’s Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles on Nov. 6 landed her on the miss list this month. The strapless frock featured a sweetheart neckline and started in a black shade that cascaded into a rich purple then pink ombre — which isn’t exactly one of our favorite passé trends. Adding insult to injury? She accessorized with a chunky necklace.
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