Fab or Flop: Nicole Kidman's Barbie dress, Amal Clooney's flower power and more

Fab or Flop: Week of February 1
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Fab or Flop: Nicole Kidman's Barbie dress, Amal Clooney's flower power and more

FLOP: What happens when a Pepto-Bismol bottle and a straitjacket get together and make a fashion baby? You get Lori Petty's disastrous outfit. The "Orange Is the New Black" star rocked this bizarre, bell-bottomed mess to the SAG Awards and we can't stop looking -- for all the wrong reasons. 

(Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)

FAB: Red hot! "Telenovela" star Eva Longoria turned up the heat ahead of Valentine's Day in a skintight red dress and matching pumps. The angles of the dress hit the perfect amount of sexy and sophisticated. Longoria was at an event for Godiva Chocolates -- and let's face it -- she should have no problem getting some sweet treats for V-day.   (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/WireImage)

FLOP: Well hello there, Barbie. Nicole Kidman missed the mark in this stained glass-like dress with sequins and three flowing layers of ruffles. While the pop of color looks nice against her skin tone, the pink and purple panels seem  better fit for My Little Pony or Barbie.  (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

FAB: They're officially the fab couple! George Clooney brought his leading lady Amal Clooney to the premiere of his latest flick, "Hail, Caesar!" and they were red carpet perfection. Amal showed off her fun and flirty style with a white dress with red roses while the Cloon looked slick in all-black. 

 (Photo credit should read VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images)

FLOP: Michelle Monaghan apparently decided to repurpose her favorite quilt from the 1970s and wear it as a dress. The boots didn't help her over-the-top boho style either. (Photo by Marcus Ingram/WireImage)

FAB: Reese Witherspoon has basically been nailing the street style game lately. The Oscar winner-turned-fashion designer looked every inch the power lady in her striped blazer, skinny jeans, pumps and sunnies. 

 (Photo by Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

FLOP: The wild west called and they want their jacket back, Christie Brinkley. The supermodel stepped out with her main squeeze John Mellencamp and rocked a bright gold leather, suede jacket. It was definitely a bold choice for winter and we can't say we're in love. (Photo by Josiah Kamau/BuzzFoto via Getty Images)
FAB: Strapless white dresses are always a hit and Hilary Duff nailed the look with this sleek cocktail frock. The dress, with a ruffled top and a fitted column bottom was nothing but perfection. (Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Irene Albright)
FLOP: Burgundy mesh isn't for everyone. Teresa Palmer poured her pretty figure into this burgundy disaster and it was just a major miss. The dress, which had a low scoop neck blouse overlayed with a mesh panel with detailing along the outside, seemed to show off too much and yet it the column shape did nothing for her figure.  (Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)

FAB: She's a hit! Teresa's co-star Maggie Grace definitely made the right "choice" at "The Choice" premiere in a classic, red lace dress with a scalloped hemline. She polished off the FLOTUS-ready dress with a pair of nude heels. 

California. (Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)

FLOP: Welcome to the 1980s! If Busy Phillips' intention was to look like a businesswoman from the turtleneck-loving decade, she nailed it. Otherwise, turtlenecks are best left at home. (Photo by Laura Cavanaugh/FilmMagic)

FAB: Sometimes it's all about simplicity. Allison Pill opted for a sweet, strapless navy blue dress with a fuchsia flower pattern. She puled her hair back into a classic chignon and added a punch with smokey eyes.   (Photo credit should read VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images)
FLOP: We normally adore Kate Mara's contemporary couture choices, but this time it looks like she stole the bottom half of an outfit from Ariel, the little mermaid and paired it with a basic black top. It's disjointed and the skirt seems too tight near the top. (Photo by Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic)

FAB: Classic black and white make the perfect pairing and Caitlyn Jenner showed off her timeless style at the AOL MAKERS conference in a black and white skirt and blouse combo. Well done, Caitlyn.  (Photo by Jerod Harris/WireImage)

FAB: Va va voom! Dita Von Teese turned up the heat in a form-fitting dress with a lacy, bustier-style top at the Femmy Awards. She polished off the femme fatale look with her signature red lips and a pair of glitzy heels. (Photo by Laura Cavanaugh/FilmMagic)

There's nothing about Leslie Mann's look that ruffles our feathers. The pink feathered bottom and the lacy top were the perfect mix of sexy and sweet and Mann's rosy cheeks put the look over the top.  She had by far one of the best looks at the "How to Be Single" New York premiere. (Photo by Jim Spellman/WireImage)


Now that we've hit the midway point in award season, normal red carpet events are starting to pick up again. This week we had multiple movie premieres, film panels, and of course, one award show -- but the fashion wasn't as fab as we would have hoped.

The SAG Awards might as well have been called the SAD Awards -- at least when it came to fashion. This week dozens of big names, from Nicole Kidman to Lori Petty, hit the award show and completely flopped in the fashion department. Petty's pink, straitjacket like look was by far the worst of the week and we're still scratching our heads about her outfit decision.

While the SAG Awards were a bit of a style letdown, the movie premieres definitely were not! George Clooney and his stunning wife, Amal, nearly stole the show at the 'Hail, Caesar!' premiere with their Vogue-ready ensembles and Maggie Grace left us in awe of her classic style at "The Choice."

Check out all the biggest fabs and flops in celebrity fashion -- and let us know if you agree.
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