30+ Controversial Costumes that Stole the Show
Ever wonder if the filmmakers, directors, producers, and even the actors who play the roles ask themselves if the costumes do make sense? Apparently, they do talk about it, but still, the costumes often don’t match what the audience anticipates. Some costume designers might exceed expectations, but plenty of others are getting out of hand.
Olivia Newton-John’s Final Costume in Grease
Alicia Silverstone as Cher Horowitz in Clueless
Jamie Foxx’s Django in Django Unchained
Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn in The Suicide Squad
Marilyn Monroe’s Iconic Character in The Seven Year Itch
Brie Larson in Captain Marvel
Ryan Reynolds and His Infamous Suit - Green Lantern
The Whole Cast of Inception
Michelle Pfeiffer’s Portrayal of Catwoman - Batman Returns
Rachel Chu in Crazy Rich Asians
Superman’s Change of Costume in Man of Steel
Scarlett Johansson’s Skin-Tight Black Widow Costume - The Avengers
Aladdin & Jasmine in Aladdin
Sylvester Stalone’s Costume - Judge Dredd
Cinderella’s Wardrobe in Cinderella
The movie turned out to be great, but fans questioned the way the dress was created. It looks like Lily James' waist is the size of Roman Reigns’ biceps. Filmmakers answered all criticism, stating that it was the natural waistline of the actress.
Whitney Houston’s The Bodyguard Costume
The Ozymandias Suit from Watchmen
The Greatest Costume Blunder In Comic Book History - The X-Men
Jane’s Revealing Wardrobe - Tarzan and His Mate
An Unfortunate Take On The Creature’s Getup - The Shape of Water
The Wasp’s Dark Costume in Ant-Man and the Wasp
Fat Amy’s Sailor Inspired Suit - Pitch Perfect 3
Emma Frost’s Icy Attire in X-Men: First Class
Rose DeWitt Bukater’s Dress in Titanic
Nakia Honored Her Roots in Black Panther
Carrie Bradshaw Should Have Known Better - Sex and the City the Movie
Not only did the film flop horribly but Carrie Bradshaw’s wedding dress was also questionable. Do we have to explain further? The picture above paints thousands of words!
Olivia Munn’s Daring Take on Psylocke in X-Men: Apocalypse
Jena Malone’s Eye-Opening Outfit in Nocturnal Animals
Claire Wearing High Heels in Jurassic World
The Redcoats in Pirates of the Caribbean
Supergirl’s New Costume in Supergirl
They had their greatest success in the world of TV, so this is where DC has focused their attention. Throughout history, Supergirl's costume has been highly criticized. Thankfully, DC finally came up with a costume that pleased everyone.
David Bowie Risque Clothing in Labyrinth
Raquel Welch’s Two-Piece in One Million Years B.C.
The Worst Batman Costumes - Batman & Robin
Arguably the most popular superhero in the DC universe, Batman is a force to be reckoned with. His no-nonsense style of fighting and sheer brilliance are the reasons why he’s a part of the Justice League. Batman is known for his high-tech suits, batmobile, and fighting accessories.
The God of Mischief’s Costumes in Thor
The Lack of Color in Wonder Woman’s Suit - Wonder Woman
The Most Inappropriate Character in Breakfast at Tiffany’s
As shown in the picture, this is their stereotypical idea of what a Japanese man looked like, and the role was played by a Caucasian actor. The movie was great, but they should have done better with Mr. Yunioshi.