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Justin Bieber Style: The Star's 10 Most Cringe-Worthy Wardrobe Choices

  First Posted: 01/30/2012 3:51 pm   Updated: 01/30/2012 3:56 pm


Justin Bieber may be golden when it comes to selling records and turning teenage girls the world over into mush, but when it comes to fashion, well, sometimes the Biebs' choices leave something to be desired. Between all his public appearances, he's had more than his share of sartorial slip-ups.

This weekend, JB wore an oversized jacket the color of blue-raspberry taffy to the 2012 NRJ Awards in France, the home of haute couture. Paired with matching bright blue sneakers, the ensemble was truly cringe-worthy. The blue jacket disaster got us thinking about the star's worst wardrobe decisions. So in honor of Bieber's fashion foul, here are 10 outrageous outfits that made us say "Oh, Baby!" -- and not in a good way.

Which look do you think is Bieber's worst? Share your thoughts in the comments below or tweet @HuffPostTeen!


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  • Blue Man Group

    "Dude, what am I wearing?"

  • Silly Sneakers

    We're all for red skinny jeans and leopard-print flats, but these poppy-colored cords and leopard high-tops miss the mark.

  • Man on the Moon

    This astronaut-eque ensemble is a definite fashion no-no.

  • Canadian Swag

    JB's ill-fitting purple and black outfit makes these Canadian Mounties look fashion-forward in comparison.

  • Like Singer, Like Manager

    Just as mother-daughter matching outfits will never be in style, Bieber and his manager should know better than to show up on the red carpet in the same threads.

  • Blue Christmas

    Who looks more ridiculous -- Goofy in a Santa suit, or Bieber in bright blue and white separates?

  • Denim Disaster

    This Louis Vuitton leather, er, denim jacket is more tacky than tasteful.

  • Heavy Metal

    Bieber's sported some seriously bad sneakers, but these metallic high tops with a matching silver coat are a little too high-shine.

  • Biebs to the Future

    This oversized jacket is futuristic but definitely not fashion-forward.

  • Misadventures in Matching

    Short sleeves with gloves is already an odd look, but with both in the same color, this pastel style definitely strikes out.

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Filed by Carolyn Gregoire  |