The Best And Worst Dressed Celebrities At The 2024 Super Bowl

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Best Dressed

Brittany Mahomes

Brittany Mahomes was giving us refined Sporty Spice in this fun red ensemble, accessorized with silver pieces and fabulous hair.

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey delivered a cute combination of classy and casual in this red leather jacket paired with subtle winged eyeliner.

Kristin Juszczyk

Not only did Mrs. Juszczyk look stylish, but her jacket was an homage to her husband’s football career. We love a fashionably supportive wifey.

Taylor Swift

T-Swift looked lovely in all black with a few perfectly placed accessories (the football clutch!) and her signature red lip.

Hailey Bieber 

Admittedly, there are not very many women who could pull this off, but HB served up the mob wife look in a bold, fresh way.

Worst Dressed

Justina Valentine

This feels very “Poison Ivy does burlesque,” and I have no idea what that has to do with football.

Josephine Skriver

This isn’t necessarily a bad look, but it’s very heavy choice for the Super Bowl. Like Hailey Bieber, I see some mob wife vibes, but this is missing the fun element.

Blake Lively 

There is so, so much happening here between the Troy Bolton-esque jumpsuit and the chunky jewelry, both of which are distracting us from her natural beauty and amazing hair. Blake almost always kills it, but this look could’ve used an edit.

Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson’s hair and makeup are so cute, and her smile is contagious, but what is this outfit? It’s giving Olaf at the Super Bowl, and she deserves better.

Beyonce

Beyonce’s hair and makeup are absolutely stunning, but who the heck is going to notice with such a plunging neckline?

The 2024 Super Bowl provides a glimpse into the fashion playbook of some of our favorite celebrities. This year’s Super Bowl was a reminder that when it comes to style, the playing field is wide open, and everyone has a shot at making a statement.

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