Met Gala 2018: 12 Most Disappointing Looks

  
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The first Monday of May always marks fashion’s biggest night of the year — the annual Met Gala! This year’s 2018 theme was “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” which inspired a slew of best-dressed fashion masterpieces inspired by Renaissance paintings, ethereal angels, and even the Pope himself! The Met Gala marks the one night of the year where stars can dress in the most outrageous outfit ever and be praised for it, so when a star steps out wearing something less than outstanding it’s always a little disappointing. Follow along for our roundup of all the stars who missed the mark with the theme or simply didn’t take advantage of their opportunity to bring an epic fashion moment to the Met Gala red carpet:

12. Bella Hadid

Bella Hadid is typically quite adventurous with her fashion, but her Met Gala look for this year seemed to miss the mark a little. The red carpet was filled with angelic chiffon and dramatic detailing, but Hadid stepped out in this slick black look that came across rather stifling and uncomfortable. Considering this bizarre look seemingly ignored the theme altogether, we were definitely feeling a little disappointed following Bella’s jaunt around the 2018 Met Gala red carpet.

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11. Dakota Fanning

Dakota Fanning played it safe for this year’s Met Gala and donned a crisp white one-shoulder number designed by Miu Miu. Although we think she looks stunning in this soft, sparkling number, we also can’t help but feel quite disappointed with how simple she went. The purpose of the Costume Gala is to play with fashion and wear something extravagant, so Fanning’s look was admittedly quite dull among the sea of dramatic gowns surrounding her.

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