This week, the stars wore some pretty risky outfits that could have easily turned into wardrobe malfunctions. Thankfully, everything stayed in place, but these high hemlines and dangerous cut-outs did land them on the worst-dressed list.
Rumer Willis tempted fate in an teeny, tiny black crop top and skirt, while one wrong move from Mischa Barton would have given us an eyefull.
Check out our picks for worst-dressed of the week, and let us know if you agree.
This outfit is terrible, but it's hard to pinpoint exactly what went wrong, as separately, many of these pieces could have worked. Her red leather jacket and combat boots are too heavy with her paisley printed jeans, and that black sweater is the wrong color palette for her spring look. Don't even get us started on that hat. It is definitely doesn't make us "happy."
We're all for a low neckline, but this one looks like a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen. It is plunging to the point that it looks like they ran out of material to complete the gown and instead had to use an illusion panel.
Crop tops are very trendy right now, but you have to know how to bare your midriff. Willis is leaving too little to the imagination in this cut-out outfit.
A plaid suit is a statement on its own, so there is no need to add a crop top, oversized jewelry, wide-brim hat and purple heels.
This dress looks like an optical illusion gone wrong. Between the one-shoulder gown and the extra fabric (and volume) on her hips, our head is spinning.
This is another case of a busy ensemble. The loud color palette is bold enough by itself, so when you add a bizarre print and a high-slit, the outfit just becomes muddled.
We are never fans of outfits that require us to get a bikini wax beforehand.
This frock looks like a bad '70s couch with the print, fabric and neck tie.