The singer-songwriter wore a tie-dye jacket by Botter Paris with an all-black ensemble. Although the tie-dye jacket looked very cool, it felt too different from the rest of the look.Daye could have tweaked the look with a lighter shirt or colorful shoes to balance out the blazer.The Girls Need Love singer wore black and gold body jewelry, a matching miniskirt, and gold nipple covers. In an Instagram post Walker shared on Sunday, she wrote that the look was inspired by the indigenous Hmong people of Southeast Asia, and credited the brand Laurel Street.Some Instagram users commenting on the post have accused Walker and the brand of cultural appropriation. Laurel Street shared a statement on its Instagram story Monday, apologizing for not sharing and educating on the history of the Hmong people and saying it was not their intention to sexualize the pieces Walker wore.The rapper's dress was cool from the front, but the design and material cut her body off in some odd places in the back. Rackz also could have added more jewelry to give the look a little more life and sparkle.Montana's look was fun from the waist up, thanks to his shirt's interesting color palette. However, the creased pants and Converse the rapper wore made the full ensemble feel dressed down.A tailored pair of trousers in a more wrinkle-resistant fabric and a sleek shoe could have made his look feel modern and clean.Freedia's look would be awesome for a Pride celebration, but on the red carpet, her ensemble was a bit overwhelming.There were a lot of colors, textures, and silhouettes going on at once in the New Orleans rapper's outfit, so focusing on one or two features and using simple jewelry would help streamline the look.The shirt and shorts Lawson wore in two different colors would have been cute for a lunch event, but it didn't feel like a look for an awards ceremony. If the actress had worn a bright suit or picked one neon color for a monochromatic set, maybe this outfit could have worked better.The business owner and husband of Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss wore a suit that fit him beautifully, but the color combination he chose didn't quite work. A white shirt with his peach suit would have highlighted his skin tone and provided a nice canvas for the bright orange.High slits and plunging necklines were a popular show for the awards show, but seeing them together on the leather fabric of the singer's dress felt awkward. It was a good choice to stick with simple accessories and glam, but removing the ruffles on the dress would have helped Burruss' ensemble feel chic.In between his cool shades and Moschino shoes, the Buttah Skin founder wore a silvery matching set with his shirt billowed open. His pants didn't look like they had good movement, which seemed to dull the metallic shine and bring the whole ensemble down. Ditching the matching pants and opting for a well-fitting pair of dark trousers would have given the look a high-fashion edge.Although the New Orleans rapper wore lots of designer logos, his outfit didn't feel luxurious thanks to his jeans and backpack. The logos would have worked better as an accent against a clean pair of trousers or a suit.West is known for helping his ex-wife Kim Kardashian improve her style, but the look he wore to the BET Awards could have used some work.It's unclear if the rapper's mask has become a permanent accessory or a signature look, but when combined with the metallic olive green and large combat boots he wore Sunday, it was a puzzling choice.