MTV Movie Awards Fashion Report: J-Woww’s Designer Debut, T.I.’s Khaki Endorsement + The Night’s Best And Worst Fashion Moments

Tonight everyone seemed to shine at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards — fashionwise, at least. From fresh, glowing spray tans to an overwhelming amount of rhinestoned and sequined dresses, the red carpet was a parade of shiny moving things. Read on to see who stood out the most.

BEST-DRESSED FASHION DESIGNER NOT WEARING HER OWN DESIGNS: WHITNEY PORT
Whitney Port of “The City” looked summertime lovely in a beige and yellow dress by Yigal Azrouel. But why didn’t the aspiring fashion designer wear Whitney Eve, her own line? Surely, this would’ve been a perfect chance for her to draw some attention to it, and last time we checked, the Movie Awards aren’t exactly the place to shy away from shameless self-promotion. That said, this dress looks great on Whitney.

BUSTIEST DEBUT: JWOWW
While Whitney didn’t dress in her own line for the red carpet, Jersey Shore‘s Jenni “J-WOWW” Farley knew to jump on a good opportunity when it basically Jersey-slapped her in the face. The “Jersey Shore” star took her moment on the carpet to debut her own fashion line, named Filthy Couture, wearing a pink sparkly minidress. At least the name of the line is clear in its intentions.

BEST USE OF KHAKI: T.I.
Usually the men we see wearing this much khaki like to go yachting and play polo. We’re not sure if T.I. took up the equine sport or sailing during his prison time, but what he does with khaki here is what few can do: Make it look, well, cool.

MOST HIDDEN WAISTLINES: EVA MENDES AND AUDRINA PATRIDGE
These ladies have amazing bodies. Sadly for us, the gorgeous girls got lost in a sack of sequins.

BEST ILLUSION: AMANDA SEYFRIED
Amanda’s Stella McCartney dress featured lace swatches mixed with nude panels. Look too fast and it may seem like those nude sections are actually skin. Unfortunately for you, they are not.

MOST EASILY CONFUSED WITH A GUY WHO WORKS AT AN OFFICE SUPPLY STORE: MICHAEL CERA
We’re loving the adorable mismatching outfit on Mr. Cera. So fitting! The only thing that would make it better is if his pocket had a graphic calculator and three different types of writing utensils in it.

BEST USE OF SPARKLES: JESSICA ALBA
Jessica Alba knows the Golden Rule of Sparkles: A little bit goes a long way. The shiny tights were just enough, especially since she had so many other great pieces to focus on like the cool necklace, pristine hair, and see-through top.

BEST LITTLE BLACK DRESS: SANDRA BULLOCK
Wow, Sandy! The actress looked amazing in her supershort black dress. The deep V in the back added an extra-sexy element to it, prompting Betty White to publicly advise her not to turn the dress around in the future. Does Betty’s fashion love deserve bonus points? We think so.

+ Check out more fashion photos from the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, and tell us which look was your favorite!