Teen Choice Awards 2017: The worst looks of the night

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Stars definitely dressed to impress at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards, but there were some that totally missed the mark. Hollywood's biggest stars weren't afraid to rock some incredibly bold prints on the red carpet at USC's Galen Center on Sunday night. While fortune favors the bold, that wasn't the case this time around.

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Vanessa Hudgens totally missed the mark with this out-of-this-world ensemble. The metallic top and high-waisted trousers did nothing to flatter her teeny figure.

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Naya Rivera's chambray top -- complete with billowy sleeves -- ruined the otherwise stylish look.

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Zara Larsson flashed her black bra in this sexy-meets-business casual look and it definitely was a fashion risk that didn't pay off. 

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Katherine Langford flashed her onesie underneath her see-through lace ensemble, but the unique ensemble was just a bit too much for the casual event.

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Where do we begin? The overwhelming amount of floral and polka dot patterns on Georgie Flores' dress is enough to land her on this list. 

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While Madelaine Petsch looked absolutely gorgeous -- those red locks! -- it was her top with some awkward, billowy sleeves that ruined the look.

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Mackenzie Hancsicsak's ball gown has just way too much going on with the bizarre patterns. What do you think?

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We're loving Liza Koshy's choice of footwear, but she should've opted for something other than this underwhelming floral frock.

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Isabela Moner looked like a total ballerina in this eye-catching, fringed dress, but the dramatic bottom was a total miss.

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Vanessa Hudgens landed on the top spot of the list, wearing a metallic ensemble that did nothing to flatter her enviable figure. The best part about her red carpet appearance? Her adorable date.

Zara Larsson should've kept her lingerie where it belongs (behind closed doors!), while Katherine Langford's attempt at rocking the see-through trend was a total miss.

It's clear that these celebs should've taken some style cues from stars like Paris Jackson and Rita Ora who dazzled in their summery ensembles on the red carpet.

Check out the slideshow above for the complete list of the worst-dressed stars!

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Teen Choice Awards 2017: Worst dressed
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Teen Choice Awards 2017: Worst dressed

Vanessa Hudgens totally missed the mark with this out-of-this-world ensemble. The metallic top and high-waisted trousers did nothing to flatter her teeny figure.

(Getty)

Naya Rivera's chambray top -- complete with billowy sleeves -- ruined the otherwise stylish look.

(Getty)

Zara Larsson flashed her black bra in this sexy-meets-business casual look and it definitely was a fashion risk that didn't pay off. 

(Getty)

Katherine Langford flashed her onesie underneath her see-through lace ensemble, but the unique ensemble was just a bit too much for the casual event.

(Getty)

Where do we begin? The overwhelming amount of floral and polka dot patterns on Georgie Flores' dress is enough to land her on this list. 

(Getty)

While Madelaine Petsch looked absolutely gorgeous -- those red locks! -- it was her top with some awkward, billowy sleeves that ruined the look.

(Getty)

Mackenzie Hancsicsak's ball gown has just way too much going on with the bizarre patterns. What do you think?

(Getty)

We're loving Liza Koshy's choice of footwear, but she should've opted for something other than this underwhelming floral frock.

(Getty)

Isabela Moner looked like a total ballerina in this eye-catching, fringed dress, but the dramatic bottom was a total miss.

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