See some of our selects for best dressed at the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards. USA TODAY

The SAG Awards unfolded Sunday in Los Angeles, and with it, viewers got some less-than-perfect examples of celebrity style.

While plenty of looks soared on the night's red carpet, not every attempt hit the mark. Read on for some of the SAG Awards' more offbeat fashion choices.

Alison Brie

The "Glow" actress looked ready to take flight in her black Miu Miu gown with what looked like a pair of wings strapped on her back. Is "Black Swan" casting a sequel?

Rumer Willis

The actress nailed the color of her Ong-Oaj Pairam gown, but the long sleeves and copious amounts of bunched fabric weighed down her look. 

Emma Stone

The "Favourite" actress has succeeded with wearing pants on the red carpet previously, but her Louis Vuitton ensemble's upper half, with its single sleeve and pussy bow neckline, is less forgiving.

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Sandra Oh

It's not Oh's winning red Jenny Packham gown that gave us red carpet agita, but rather her unfortunate hairstyle choice, featuring short bangs that don't do her any favors.

Madeline Brewer

The "Handmaid's Tale" star's Brock Collection gown was an inexpensive-looking bust, from its red-and-black lace to its questionably see-through bottom.

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Kate Nash

The British singer, currently appearing on "Glow," leaned a little too hard into the '80s nostalgia of the show with her retro gown's puffed sleeves and sequined accents. 

Lucy Boynton

This is a classic case of a dress trying to do too much. Boynton's Erdem gown featured a sheer polka-dot overlay over a dark floral print slip that came off looking ill-fitting and frumpy.

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