We're talking cringe-worthy, eye-watering, "what were they thinking?" kind of dresses. We can't even deal with the levels of fashion fail that happened on these red carpets. Let's take a trip down memory lane and relive the Oscars horror together.
The dress that looks like it was made out of a curtain. We're not sure what the thought process was behind this one, but it's definitely not winning any fashion awards.
This dress had us wondering if the actress' stylist had been fired mid-outfit. There was just no excuse for such a disastrous look.
This dress was so unflattering that we're surprised Dakota even left the house in it. It was like she wanted to look bad on purpose.
We absolutely adore Jennifer, but what about the frumpy dress that looked like it was straight out of a thrift store? We're not sure if the actress was going for a "granny chic" vibe, but it just didn't work. Maybe next time, stick to something a little more modern.
This dress was so plain and boring that we almost forgot it was there. We were expecting a showstopper, but all we got was a snooze-fest.
Tracee's dress sure left nothing to the imagination. We get it, you have a killer body, but maybe save that plunge dress for another occasion?
A dress that literally makes us want to gouge our eyes out. The color, the cut, the whole thing is just a hot mess. We're not sure who approved this outfit, but they need to have their fashion credentials revoked ASAP.
Sarah's dress was so over-the-top that we're pretty sure it was a joke. It was like the American Horror Story star was playing a game of "who can wear the most ridiculous outfit."
This dress was so confusing that we're still trying to figure out what was going on. It was like a puzzle that we just couldn't solve.
The dress with so many ruffles it could put a cupcake to shame is another one on our list. It's like someone took a giant vat of whipped cream and dumped it all over the dress.
And last but not least, the dress that looks like it was made for a child's doll. We're not sure who thought this was a good idea, but it's not doing the celebrity any favors.