Every (Over-the-top) Outfit Alfonso Ribeiro Wore on DWTS
Nothing to see here, just a man in a brown suit that's been bedazzled at the lapels and down the pant legs.
Finally, an answer to the age-old question: What would the Miami Vice guys look like if they had access to blue ribbon and fabric glue?
The star of one iconic '90s TV show pays homage to the star of another iconic '90s TV show. We're speaking, of course, about Seinfeld and his pirate shirt.
Perhaps his multicolored fringed jacket hindered his dance moves. Either that or he came right from a business meeting to the show. How else can we explain the lack of flair in this costume?!
We don't want to say the sparkly, pasted-on six-pack was the best part of this episode, but it certainly wasn't the worst.
Sometimes simple and classic is best. (We'll let you figure out which of the two dancers we're referring to.)
Leather cummerbunds: for when silk or satin doesn't adequately convey your edginess.
"We splurged on this bedazzler, now we are going to make use of this bedazzler!" is what we imagine the head costumer for the show exclaimed before getting his or her hands on Ribeiro's tux jacket and bow tie.
On Fresh Prince of Bel Air, it was Will who got to have all the fun with statement blazers. And now, Carlton finally gets his moment with this elaborate gold topper.
You know what they say: If it looks like a Carlton and dresses like a Carlton and dances like a Carlton, must be a Carlton.
The man knows what he likes and what he likes are blue button-downs.
You can't argue with trends, and high waistlines are very on-trend right now.
The theme of their dance was dreams, so it's only appropriate that Ribeiro selected that silk nightshirt. As for partner Witney Carson's ensemble, well, we've never slept in anything remotely like it. But then again, we've never won a Mirror Ball either.