The Queen of the United Kingdom capped the year that was 2015 with a rainy day outfit unfit for royalty. (Sorry, we feel really bad about this, but we’re just doing our job—and that fur looked better on its original owner.)
But it wasn’t just Queen Elizabeth who royally offended our sense of style: Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall also made a questionable fashion decision, employing a cushion-sized fascinator that verged on ridiculous.
Did we cross the line? Check out the royal mishaps and the rest of the worst looks of the week below.
Queen Elizabeth made a royal fashion faux pas
Demi LovatoFishnets and knee-high boots should be reserved for a few occasions, the most common of which is Halloween. The high-waisted hot pants and low-cut crop-top also look like costume. The long vest may have been able to save the outfit if it were longer and more encompassing—alas, ’twas not. Getty Images
Pia ToscanoThe seam that runs straight down the middle of this black satin gown plus the decided lack of cleavage makes us wonder what the back looks like. Did Toscano put her dress on backward?Getty Images
Dascha PolancoPolanco is normally a stunner, but this jumpsuit just doesn’t hit the mark. It bunches in the wrong places, and the sash gets lost in the colour of the fabric. Her necklace is too fine for the look, too—we would’ve accessorized with a chunkier statement necklace or something with a little more bling.Getty Images
Kimberly PerrySinger Kimberly Perry looks straight outta 1998 in this ruffled, bubblegum-pink tube top with matching high-waisted flared pants. The pants are way to long—is she even wearing shoes? And where are the accessories? Her abs, however, look pretty great. Getty Images
Cara DelevingneDelevingne was at a magazine holiday party in London, England but she looks very far from festive. She’s wearing what appears to be a dull, long-sleeved cotton shirt, layers of gold pirate chains, some ripped denim and a pair of patterned high-top sneakers. As if that’s not bad enough, she chose to complete this look with a bandana. Enough already. Getty Images
Miranda KerrWe love Kerr, but this dress, unfortunately, looks like one of Grandma's doilies, even down to the faded, yellow tint of the fabric. This photo proves a few things: 1. that Kerr knows how to pose and 2. that noone is immune to the effects of a bad outfit. Getty Images
The Queen of EnglandIn the interest of being fair, we’ve included our beloved Queen on this list. Forgive us, Queen Mum, but…it looks like you’re suffocating in whatever poor animal lost its life for this coat. We do love the Queen’s ability to match her hat to her coat to her umbrella, but the fur looks constricting and is just too much, clashing against the red. Perhaps a soft white, slightly smaller style of fur would’ve worked. Those loafers, though? #onfleek.Getty Images
Camilla, Duchess of CornwallThat’s right, we’re going after the royals! Have we no shame? No, not when it comes to style. This hat is so big it looks like furniture and the art deco pattern on the overcoat transports us to a decade we’d hoped we’d cleared. And the suede, knee-high boots don’t seem appropriate for the weather. BUT, we absolutely cannot stop looking at that pearl necklace!Getty Images
Tamyra GrayThis strapless ball gown looks like it possesses some serious adhesive properties—like, if you touched it, it might not come off for some time. The necklace looks like a beaded cobweb, and the dangling aqua earrings simply don’t make sense. Thankfully she has a mesmerizing smile that partially makes up for this pooling, oily mistake. Getty Images
Jessica SanchezThis outfit looks like something you’d wear to a high-school formal, with a satin apron hastily tacked to it. The navy, sequin, knee-length dress had the potential to wow on its own, but the hybrid apron (which seems to have a train) dashes its chances.Getty Images
Miley CyrusWe understand she’s on tour and that she’s an entertainer, but this costume gives us one question: wutwutwutwutwutwut? She looks like Rainbow Bright on acid. Getty Images
Paris BennettIt’s like Catwoman got tangled up in a garbage bag. Sorry, Bennett, but the stressed plastic look of this one-sleeved dress is far from heroic. Nailed the lipstick and the hair; missed the outfit. Only eight fashion lives left.Getty Images
Shelley HennigThis is the type of outfit that gives the wearer a certain agelessness, and not in a particular flattering way. The pattern is dizzying and the cut-out at the bust is questionable. Plus, the high neckline and long sleeves are quite matronly. Seriously, how old is Hennig? Getty Images
Lupita Nyong’oLupita Nyong’o made our last list with another out-of-this-world outfit, and here, again, she looks like she’s channelling her character a little too accurately. The lipstick is atrocious (it looks like it tastes sweet), but the midi-length beaded black skirt could’ve been cool if the opaque black skirt underneath was a more appropriate length. Getty Images
Sophie RoseRose has taken her name slightly too literally with this dusty rose appliqué skirt and twisted merlot velvet crop-top. The fur coat looks a bit ratty, like a sheep dipped in pink dye and not thoroughly rinsed. And this bag, in case you didn’t notice, is literally shaped like a potted plant, which, we get it, you like flowers, but you should have probably left this one in the garden.Getty Images
Taylor ArmstrongArmstrong looks like a desperate housewife pining for her glory days. The look is top heavy, with a boxy metallic patterned blazer that adds another element of squareness to her hair and smile. The tights, skirt and heels are all overly slimming and juvenile.Getty Images
Tao HongThe problem here is simple: size. We’re going to guess actress Tao Hong is a Size 2, and it looks as though she’s wearing a 10. There are layers sloughing off of her slight frame, dropping at the navel and around her hips. Tailor it in, or better yet, return it. Getty Images
worst looks of the week below.