The Results Are In: Here Are the Best and Worst Dressed Cities in America

Travel + Leisure has released their annual America's Favorite Cities list, which asked readers to rate cities in a variety of different categories from driving ability to friendliness and yes, stylishness. So, which cities came out on top? And which ones didn't fare so well? According to the survey, New York was the number one best dressed city in America (obviously), but the full best dressed list does offer up some surprises (Charleston? San Juan?). Read on to see both the best and worst dressed lists.
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Travel + Leisure has released their annual America's Favorite Cities list, which asked readers to rate cities in a variety of different categories from driving ability to friendliness and yes, stylishness. So, which cities came out on top? And which ones didn't fare so well? According to the survey, New York was the number one best dressed city in America (obviously), but the full best dressed list does offer up some surprises (Charleston? San Juan?). Read on to see both the best and worst dressed lists.
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Travel + Leisure has released their annual America's Favorite Cities list, which asked readers to rate cities in a variety of different categories from driving ability to friendliness and yes, stylishness. So, which cities came out on top? And which ones didn't fare so well?

According to the survey, New York was the number one best dressed city in America (obviously), but the full best dressed list does offer up some surprises (Charleston? San Juan?). Read on to see both the best and worst dressed lists.

Best Dressed: 1. New York City 2. Charleston 3. Los Angeles 4. San Juan, P.R. 5. Miami 6. San Francisco 7. Savannah 8. Austin 9. Dallas/Fort Worth 10. San Diego

Click through to see which cities fared the worst in the sartorial category--and which surprising stars call those badly dressed places home.

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#10. Kansas City, Missouri Had Kansas-City-born Kate Spade stayed in her hometown, no doubt the city's condition would have improved.

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#9: Phoenix/Scottsdale According to Travel + Leisure, Phoenix has a museum exhibit dedicated to the bolo tie. So there's that and Jordin Sparks was born there. Yeah...not a whole lot going on, fashion wise.

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#8: Portland, Maine We think Anna Kendrick represents her dowdy hometown quite well actually!

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#7: Atlanta, Georgia Atlanta-born Kanye West would be appalled!

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#6 Dallas, Texas The home of big hair and big hats apparently hasn't won over too many fashion fans--though Dallas-native Selena Gomez happily (and stylishly) defies the cowboy stereotype.

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#5 San Antonio, Texas Eva Longoria has clearly shed her hometown's less-than-stylish image.

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#4 Orlando, Florida Carrot Top is from Orlando. Enough said.

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#3 Baltimore, Maryland Not just the city where The Wire takes place, Baltimore is also apparently home to a subculture called the Baltimore Hons, where women dress up in cat-eye glasses and beehives (seriously). Needless to say Baltimore-born Stacy Kiebler never got in on the trend.

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#2 Salt Lake City, Utah One of the city's most, ahem, only, famous natives, Roseanne Barr doesn't do much to up their style cred. Although we actually kind of dig her glasses in this pic.

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#1 Anchorage, Alaska Anchorage, current home of Sarah Palin, takes the cake for worst dressed city in America. Though to be fair, it's frigidly cold most of the year and in the winter they only get a few hours of sunlight each day. But still...