17 Celebrities Who Wore Everyday Clothes on the Red Carpet (PHOTOS)

17 Celebrities Who Wore Everyday Clothes on the Red Carpet (PHOTOS)

"Who are you wearing?" When celebrities are asked this question on the red carpet, the answer is usually a designer whose clothes cost tens of thousands of dollars (if not more!). But every once in a while, a star has the guts to rock an everyday frock, proving that looking good doesn't have to cost a fortune. 

Click through for 17 famous faces who wore regular clothes on the red carpet. Which is your favorite look?


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  • Selena Gomez


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    The singer wore a $22 Forever 21 dress to the 2011 Fulfillment Fund Stars Gala.

  • Connie Britton


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    The Nashville star rocked a $71 black ASOS dress for the premiere of All Is Lost.

  • Pharrell Williams


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    The singer showed up to the 2015 Grammy Awards in white Adidas track shorts and a matching suit top.

  • Jennifer Lopez


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    Only J.Lo could make a pair of $25 Forever 21 pants look this expensive.

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  • Emily Blunt


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    To promote her film Into the Woods, Emily Blunt wore an affordable Ann Taylor sweater dress.


  • Kiernan Shipka


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    Not everyone was a fan of the Mad Men actress's look for the 2015 Emmy Awards, which included an ornate Dior Couture dress layered over a pair of rather plain-looking black leggings.

  • Mark Wahlberg


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    The actor looked super casual at the Ted 2 premiere, wearing a pair of 7 For All Mankind jeans, a black polo shirt, and tan Timberland boots.

  • Kristen Stewart


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    The Twilight actress arrived to the 2009 MTV Movie Awards wearing casual Converse sneakers with her Balmain dress.

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  • Jessica Alba


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    The actress and Honest Company mompreneur wore a $29.99 sweatshirt and $39.99 black and blue tuxedo pants at the 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target collection launch in 2013.

  • Demi Moore


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    The actress wore $35 H&M pants on the red carpet for the 2011 A&E Upfront.

  • Sharon Stone


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    In 1996, the actress made red carpet history by wearing a $22 black Gap turtleneck under an Armani jacket and Valentino skirt to the Oscars, one of the most formal events in Hollywood.

  • Nicole Richie


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    Talk about high-low dressing! Nicole Richie paired an H&M turtleneck dress with a Tadashi Shoji cape for a charity gala.

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  • Melissa McCarthy


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    The Mike and Molly actress DIYed her 2013 Golden Globes outfit by putting together pieces she already had in her closet.

  • Bella Thorne


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    The actress sported a casual $58 ASOS romper on the red carpet in June 2015.

  • Sarah Silverman


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    Every woman has a little black dress in her closet, and this is Sarah Silverman's $60 LBD, which she wore to the 2013 Emmy Awards.

  • Olivia Munn


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    Wearing a pink off-the-shoulder sweater, Olivia Munn rocked a casual look on the red carpet for a 2010 video game launch party. 

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  • January Jones


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    The Mad Men actress threw on a cropped denim jacket for the Paleyfest red carpet in 2013.

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