We love flowers. We love them in real life, on clothes, in emojis, whatever. Flowers are great. But we think—and don’t hate us for noticing—that we may be reaching peak floral. How do we know? Well, when you start to see desperate new attempts to refresh the trend—like the metallic floral gown worn by Heidi Klum, or Sarah Hyland’s spliced and diced blue and red dress—it’s usually a sign that the end is near.
We don’t think florals will truly wilt forever. They’re bound to spring up again. But, it might be time to start considering something else. Check out these and other compostable looks from this week from Tara Reid, Margot Robbie, Jared Leto and more of your fav celebs.
OMG, Is the floral trend finally wilting?
Brooke Burke-CharvetWhatever possessed actress Brooke Burke-Charvet to put on this candy pink two-piece, did not have her best intentions in mind. If there’s such a thing as too teeny-bopper for Teen Choice, this is it. Getty Images
Candace Cameron-BureFuller House star Candace Cameron-Bure attended the Teen Choice Awards rocking a look strongly influenced by zebras. While we are full supporters of the show’s second coming, we think the actress needs to get a new stylist, or a new favourite animal.Getty Images
Chanel ImanModel Chanel Iman attended The Teen Choice Awards wearing Disney Pocahontas-inspired separates. Unlike the cartoon movie, however, this look neither tickled our fashion fancy, or filled us with nostalgia. Getty Images
Cheryl HinesYawn. Did you yawn? Was it because we wrote “yawn,” or because you looked at Cheryl Hines’ floral taffeta dress? Either way, please cover your mouth. Kidding!Getty Images
Heidi KlumYou know a trend is on the way out when you start to see all the iterations, the slightly varied versions of it gracing the red carpet. Take Heidi Klum’s metallic floral dress: making it look like it was spray painted does not make for a trendy dress. Getty Images
Jackie CruzActress Jackie Cruz is playing the “I only care a little bit about what I’m wearing” card. She’s playing it well, with torn jeans and yellow mules, but we just wish she would’ve played the “I care slightly more” card. Alas, a card laid is a card played. Shuffle the deck next time, Cruz. Getty Images
Jared LetoA velvet anime coat, socks and loafers and Jared Leto. You don’t even need to see the outfit to enjoy it—just reading the words conjures a magnificent visual. Then you look, and, yes! It’s every bit as good as you’d imagined. Thanks, Leto. Getty Images
Kate BosworthKate Bosworth looks like she’s trying extra hard to seem dignified in this white floral pant suit suitable for a woman two or three times her age. It doesn’t make her look older per say, just like a young woman wearing an old woman’s clothes. Getty Images
Keke PalmerKeke Palmer is looking very 70s. In fact, this metallic-stripe jumpsuit with its wide bell bottoms and low-cut top is more 70s than the actual 70s. This look belongs at a costume party. Getty Images
Kristin ChenowethKristin Chenoweth’s orange dress is sad. At least, it looks sad drooping from the actress’ petite frame. The bell sleeves look as though they’re about to overpower her and stuff her back down the gaping v-neck. Note: she’s also suffering from the doily effect. Getty Images
Margot RobbieMargot Robbie, star of this summer’s Suicide Squad, attended a premiere wearing a gold unicorn on her dress. Unicorns, though awesome on ironic t-shirts, should be used very sparingly on the red carpet. Getty Images
Margot RobbieHitting our list for the second time this week is Margot Robbie and another fantastic creature creation. This time—roar!—it’s a tiger. This is for the movie, right? Not some new trend she’s trying to start. We hope…Getty Images
Mel BFormer Spice Girl Mel B hit the red carpet this week in a highly questionable purple jumpsuit. The square shoulders, super slimming silhouette and overall fit make her look like a modern take on McDonald’s Grimace. Getty Images
Sarah HylandThis red and blue dress gives the first impression of being made from reclaimed superman tights. It’s not, though. It’s actually made from some chopped salad of a floral pattern, with a dash of teenage angst, appropriate for the event. Far from super. Getty Images
Sarah Jessica ParkerWe’re calling it the doily effect, and it’s impacting Sarah Jessica Parker this week. She borrowed a look that not even a character like Carrie Bradshaw could pull off. From the tiered frills to the excess sequins, we give this ensemble an 8/10 for effort and 10/10 for doily.Getty Images
Tara ReidTara Reid attended Sharknado this week looking like she was trying to camouflage in a metallic coral reef. This see-through floor-length gown, with long sleeves and high neckline might look better under water, seen through the dark, compound eyes of nature’s greatest predator, but probably not. Getty Images
Troian BellisarioLooking more witchy than red carpet, Troian Bellisario ‘skirted’ the fashionable mark, pun very much intended. While the super-slim choker is tip-top, we’re wondering if there’s a way to un-shred the bottom of the skirt. Is there? Getty Images