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This Week's Celebrity Style Hits and Misses

02/27/2015 10:50 EST | Updated 03/06/2015 11:59 EST

Hollywood's leading ladies stepped out in an array of outfits this week, and we're here to break it all down for you.

From the Oscars after-parties to the Brit Awards, and plenty more in between, there was no shortage of stylish (and not-so-stylish) looks on the red carpet. Taylor Swift brought the drama in Roberto Cavalli Atelier, while Cara Delevingne's Saint Laurent ensemble was lacklustre. Oh, and Irina Shayk wore pretty much the most naked dress ever.

Check out our style hits and misses of the week below, and let us know if you agree with our picks!

  • HIT: Taylor Swift In Roberto Cavalli Atelier
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    Taylor Swift brought the drama to the Brit Awards in this stunning black and red Roberto Cavalli Atelier gown. We're obsessed with the dragon embroidery which ties in perfectly with Tay's signature red lip.
  • HIT: Taylor Swift In Roberto Cavalli Atelier
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    Also, let's just take a moment to appreciate the back. STUNNING.
  • MISS: Cara Delevingne In Saint Laurent
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    We get that Cara's going for the cool, laid-back vibe, but in this case, it didn't quite work out. We wish she had tried harder!
  • HIT: Olivia Wilde In H&M Conscious Exclusive Collection
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    A T-shirt and a fancy skirt may just be our favourite new combo. Laid-back, but in a good way. (Cara, take note!)
  • MISS: Karlie Kloss In Tom Ford
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    We love the silhouette of this column gown, but it's the cutouts at the shoulders that are throwing us off.
  • HIT: Maggie Gyllenhaal In Roland Mouret
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    First off, this orange hue looks beautiful on Maggie (and bonus points for pairing with an orange lip). Second, we appreciate how simple the silhouette is, but that ruching and asymmetrical neckline give it that extra pop.
  • MISS: Kim Kardashian In Atsuko Kudo
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    Skin-tight PVC is never really a good look, Kim. Also, we can't imagine this ensemble would be comfortable. And finally, is it just us, or does Kim really look like Naya Rivera here?
  • HIT: Julianne Hough In Naeem Khan
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    We love this romantic floral look on Julianne Hough. Paired with that centre-parted low bun, the actress looks beautiful.
  • MISS: Diane Kruger In Chanel Couture
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    This makes us so sad. Our favourite style icon missed the mark in this Chanel couture frock. From that lace bottom to the random silver ribbon, it's just not a good look.
  • MISS: Margot Robbie In Giambattista Valli
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    Margot Robbie looked amazing at the Oscars, so we're a little bit disappointed with this look. From the flowers at the neckline to the sheer bottom and her bizarre hairdo, it just doesn't work.
  • HIT: Beyonce In Stella McCartney
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    One word: #flawless.
  • HIT: Emma Stone In Altuzarra
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    Emma Stone can do no wrong. After rocking the Oscars in a stunning Elie Saab gown, she donned this stunning Altuzarra dress to the Vanity Fair after party. We love how the actress kept the lace detailing unbuttoned -- it freshens up the look.
  • MISS: Irina Shayk In Atelier Versace
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    Quite possibly the most revealing dress we've ever seen (Irina is basically naked on the left side), but we're actually mostly weirded out by the black rhinestones.
  • HIT: Jennifer Hudson In Lorena Sarbu
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    Werk! Body hugging, yet still classy, Jennifer looks AMAZING.
  • HIT: Marion Cotillard In Giambattista Valli Couture
    ADRIAN SANCHEZ-GONZALEZ via Getty Images
    The dreamy skirt. The bead-encrusted bodice. We're in LOVE.

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