Unlike most costumes on this list, we have to give this one credit for its traditional, beautiful effort. Nakia’s costume was influenced by African tradition; the red symbolizes the fierceness of the African warrior. The colors have many earthy tones to them and suggest the leaves of plants and water.
The warrior’s red armor draws the most attention as it follows the traditional African design of metal rings around the wrists, neck, and lower arms.
Psylocke - X-Men: Apocalypse
Though comic book enthusiasts weren’t outraged by this costume, those who had only been introduced to the X-Men through the films, were. In "X-Men: Apocalypse," we were introduced to some new mutants, one of which was the strong Psylocke.
Many fans felt that the costume was too provocative. Olivia Munn, who plays the infamous Psylocke, spoke out in support of the costume, explaining that it doesn’t matter what she wears because she is still an influential and powerful woman.
Carrie Bradshaw - Sex and the City the Movie
Carrie Bradshaw was known for her outlandish fashion statements; her wedding dress, of course, was no different.
The "Sex and the City" film was a mediocre film, as was the dress Bradshaw wore. Though many people seemed to love the dress, there was something about it that sparked negative comments.
Rose DeWitt Bukater - Titanic
Though there is debate about whether there was room for Jack on the raft or not, there was no debate about Rose's dress. It was an exquisite gown that was unforgettable; the square neckline and white gloves made this part of the film memorable.
If the public's adoration for the dress wasn't enough to convince you, the film's designer won an Academy Award for Best Costume Design.
Emma Frost - X-Men: First Class
There's something about the "X-Men" movies' costume designers — they just can't seem to get it right. This costume blunder was Emma Frost's, played by January Jones. Jones wore some revealing outfits, including low-cut tops and lingerie.
One of the writers explained that there were many scenes cut that would have explained this aspect of the film, though they were cut from the film.