Elle Fanning's polarizing pantsuit, more fashion hits and misses from the 2022 Screen Actors Guild Awards

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The SAG Awards have been handed out, and now it’s time for Wonderwall.com to round up the fashion! First up? Elle Fanning, who rocked one of the more polarizing looks of the night — this head-to-toe Gucci ensemble comprised of a sheer champagne blouse underneath a matching vest and a pair of black trousers with a shimmery pinstripe. The stylish star added some feminine flair to the menswear-inspired getup, which we’ll see next…

Keep reading to see more of the best and worst dressed stars of the night…

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Elle Fanning added some fun jewelry to her Gucci look, starting with multiple floral rings from Cartier. And when it came time to add a little more jazz underneath her pretty bowtie, she picked a serious statement piece…

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To match her champagne-hued Gucci getup, Elle Fanning selected a flawless pink diamond necklace from Cartier.

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Bowties were trending on the gray carpet! Nicole Kidman also topped off her sleek Saint Laurent look with a glam bowtie, though hers was ivory. The addition jazzed up her otherwise super simple long-sleeved, black column-style gown from the fashion house, which she rocked with wavy hair and a bold red lip.

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And the award for the highest waisted pants goes to… Jessica Chastain! The star wore these inexplicably high trousers with a matching blazer by Dior Haute Couture to the SAG Awards. She rocked the strangely cut champagne-hued coordinates sans undershirt, with a seriously smokey eye and peachy lip for an underwhelming combo..

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Kerry Washington arrived ready to turn heads in this bold and beautiful yellow gown by Celia Kritharioti. The strapless frock featured a mermaid style silhouette that exploded below her hips into a full skirt, complete with a train!

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Kerry Washington added these unique drop diamond earrings by Messika to complete her cheery yellow look.

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Though we never tire of eccentric menswear, we weren’t wild about Jared Leto’s Gucci pick at the SAG Awards. The pale blue color was great, but the wrinkly silk was distracting, and he certainly didn’t need that dramatic velvet tie.

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Vanessa Hudgens gave us glamorous Princess Jasmine vibes in this pretty seafoam green Atelier Versace confection. The slinky gown featured thin straps, a sweetheart neckline and a thigh-high slit in a quintessentially Versace silhouette, which helped to show off her gold platform pumps. Next we need to check out the back of this standout selection…

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The back of Vanessa Hudgens’s Atelier Versace dress featured a lace-up detail. And when it came time to add jewelry, the star kept things relatively simple…

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Vanessa Hudgens infused some sparkle into her look with the help of these Chopard diamond earrings.

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Another star who wowed in Versace at the SAG Awards? Juno Temple! The “Ted Lasso” beauty selected this golden gown in the fashion house’s iconic chainmail, which featured cap sleeves and a slinky silhouette, for a seriously glamorous gray carpet moment.

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Reese Witherspoon served up one of the most disappointing looks of the night: this midi-length black strapless frock with a bizarre oversized powder blue sash. The Schiaparelli piece did do one thing right — we loved the unique neckline! — but the boring cut and strange sash-turned-train amounted to a serious miss from us.

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Odd Schiaparelli dress aside, Reese Witherspoon stunned in the jewelry department. Just look at the size of that diamond hanging from her Cartier necklace… and the matching drop earrings!

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Lady Gaga was a vision in white Armani at the Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. The beauty donned this strapless confection with a structured bodice and sparkly embellishments and paired it with an equally exquisite piece of jewelry…

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We couldn’t get over the intricacy of Lady Gaga’s Tiffany and Co. necklace. The diamond piece featured a large and memorable floral and leaf motif.

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Of all the Gucci looks she could have picked, Salma Hayek’s selection was a big let down. The star arrived in this halter-style, silky coral-hued creation, which featured a fitted waist, lots of ruching and featured the puzzling addition of sheer matching gloves.

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This little black dress was anything but boring! Cate Blanchett brought some serious drama to the SAG Awards’ gray carpet with this dreamy Giorgio Armani Privé design, which featured a plunging neckline flanked by large gemstones. And since the frock had some serious jewels attached, it was only fitting for her to add equally fabulous jewelry…

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Cate Blanchett added a very subtle (and small!) pop of color to her Giorgio Armani gown with these Pomellato diamond and emerald drop earrings. And when it came time to add some sparkle to her fingers, she opted for more from the brand…

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A perfect match! Cate Blanchett accessorized her stone-clad Armani gown with a ring with a similar look from Pomellato.

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Another black dress that took advantage of some fancy embellishments? Hailee Steinfeld’s Miu Miu design! The pretty strapless piece featured some subtly sparkly embroidery, a sleek cutout at the waist and a perfectly fitted skirt for an elegant fashion moment.

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Tinfoil couture? Though we loved the silhouette of Sandra Oh’s Carolina Herrera gown — the tiers! the pleats! — we couldn’t get past the shiny tinfoil-like fabric of the sleeveless gown.

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Cynthia Erivo opted for red pleather on the SAG Awards carpet, donning this vibrant red Louis Vuitton dress. We loved the sweetheart neckline and the column style skirt, but it was her accessories that really took this look up a notch…

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Cynthia Erivo topped her red pleather Louis Vuitton with another piece from the fashion house — a faux-fur coat draped over her shoulders. See her fab Tiffany and Co. jewelry next…

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Cynthia Erivo added not just one or two pieces of Tiffany and Co. jewelry to her Louis Vuitton look, but multiple to add some sparkle to her look.

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Red was seriously trending on this not-so-red carpet! Caitriona Balfe was another star who selected the standout shade, arriving in this long-sleeved gown with a plunging neckline and center slit from Saint Laurent.

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Kirsten Dunst also rocked red on the gray carpet, opting for this sparkly and sweet off-the-shoulder Erdem gown. We loved the all-over shimmer on this floor-length frock, and the darling ruffled detail at the neckline.

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Julianna Margulies arrived on the gray carpet in this dull fuchsia frock. The slinky dress featured thin black straps and an oddly placed corresponding black stripe at the waist. Despite the disappointing pick, when it came time to add jewels she picked some pretty exquisite diamonds…

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Julianna Margulies accessorized her underwhelming dress with simple, yet stunning diamond drop earrings from Fred Leighton.

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The beautiful Alexandra Daddario arrived in this showstopping silver design from Atelier Versace. It was hard to pick the raciest part of this gorgeous gown — the plunging neckline or the dangerously high slit. Next up? See another fun element that you have to check out from another angle…

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Alexandra Daddario’s Atelier Versace gown also included a sash that draped down to the floor, in the same silver that matched her Christian Louboutin pumps perfectly. And when it came time for hair, makeup and jewels, she managed to elevate the look even further…

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Alexandra Daddario added some equally showstopping earrings from DeBeers to her SAG Awards look. And when it came time to her beauty look, she opted for glamorous waves and a dark red lip.

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Edgy? Yes. A fashion hit? No. Naomi Watts arrived in this strange and shimmery Fendi look, which included inexplicable super thin sashes draped around her arms and a high-neck on an otherwise simple sleeveless and floor-length gown.

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Pretty in pink! Helen Mirren arrived in head-to-toe pink, a thick headband and a perfectly matching long-sleeved gown. We loved the floral appliques and that sweet silhouette, which culminated in a full, floor-length skirt.

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Yawn! Maggie Gyllenhaal arrived in one of the most boring looks of the night, this snoozy strapless selection with subtle sparkly embellishments.

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“Squid Game” star HoYeon rocked Louis Vuitton at the SAG Awards, sporting this thin-strapped embellished black gown with a slit up the center. But one of our favorite parts of her ensemble you can’t see here…

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HoYeon sported a slick braid, tied with a bow in the exact same fabric as her dress!

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Another “Squid Game” fashionista? Star Kim Joo-Ryung, who arrived in this pretty multi-colored design by Zimmermann. The strapless dress started with a pretty pink shade, before flowing into a darker hue, then rolling from peach to gray to purple all the way down to the floor.

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Yikes! Piper Perabo’s Bazza Alzouman strapless frock was a pretty tan shade, but the strange addition of a layer of floor-length tulle placed at the hip lost us completely.

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“King Richard” star Saniyya Sidney arrived in this darling Zuhair Murad design — an off-the-shoulder ballgown complete with a full, floor-length skirt that made for wonderful posing…

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Look at that twirl! Besides being perfect to spin around in, Saniyya Sidney’s Zuhair Murad pick was also a beautiful shade of blue.

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Sorry, Amy Ryan. Though we love the “Only Murders in the Building” star, we couldn’t get behind this bold all-over black and white printed frock with orange embroidery at the shoulders.

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Ross Butler held it down for the gentlemen on the gray carpet, and even added some sparkle! We loved his sharp black tux with shimmering embellishments that brightened up the otherwise all black moment.

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Laverne Cox arrived in style in this custom gown from Michael Fausto. We loved the placement of the silver embellishments and the glam placement of the tulle-trimmed sash that draped over both shoulders. Check out her cute bag next…

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Laverne Cox added this festive Judith Leiber bag to her ensemble and jewels from Mindi Mond and Beladora.















































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