New Year's Eve Styles, From Whoa to What the …?

01/02/2013 at 11:00 AM ET

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New Year’s Eve is definitely a time to experiment with style, but some stars seemingly took a few too many liberties with fashion while ringing in 2013.

Pregnant Kim Kardashian gave us what may have been a peek at her maternity wear to come, choosing a netted, paneled Julien Macdonald creation for a celebration with beau Kanye West in Las Vegas. But even though we didn’t love the look — we want to see her step up her maternity style! — it was hardly the most questionable ensemble of the evening.

Carly Rae Jepsen took to the stage in New York City’s Times Square wearing a casual black crop top paired with a long red ball gown skirt. It was a head-scratching ensemble, but turns out it had a purpose: after her performance, she Tweeted, “Nobody knew I had long johns under my skirt…till now;)”

Yet someone still managed to top Jepsen’s functional yet flawed outfit — and that someone was Mena Suvari. The risk taker arrived at a First Night party in Hollywood wearing a red crushed velvet turtleneck top (at least she got the neckline right!) and voluminous chiffon skirt, both by¬†Georges Hobeika Atelier. Not quite the sparkly mini we expected to see her go with.

What do you think? Were these ensembles crazy or cool? Sound off in the comments below!

PHOTOS: STARS RING IN THE NEW YEAR!

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