Yes, we know. These awards may not be on your fashion radar, but they should be – these country gals and their beaus are steaming up the red carpet and how! Judging from what we saw, it’s evident that the general style is all about comfort and charm. I’m heart-ing Nicole Kidman, but who is your belle of the ball? Discuss with us in the comments at the end!
Behold Nicole Kidman: she can do NO wrong! Even in this seemingly dull dress, she pulls it off with an elegance and grace. This L’Wren Scott dress with the collar detail is very demure, but what gives it some sex appeal are the red L’Wren Scott heels. Let’s not forget to take note of those really shiny Cartier jewels!
Minimalist with a hint of the metallic trend, what a great choice for the young singer. She’s finally showing some red carpet savvy with this gorgeous J.Mendel gown. I like the little flash of skin at the waist along with the placements of the gold panels. A big step up from some of her former red carpet mishaps.
I’m not feeling a 100% about the dress, but there is something about the softness of this Abed Mahfouz couture creation on Carrie Underwood that just works. The cocktail ring is ba-zinga (sorry that’s the first word that came to mind!) You could probably spot that rock from the moon it’s so big, but it’s a great little pop of bling.
The shape and fit of this Randi Rahm dress is perfect for Miranda Lambert, but the only issue is that some of the sequins are not catching the light right, which makes the dress look shabby. She won the female vocalist award that night, so probably a better idea to go with something a bit more stunning, but all together I don’t hate it.
There are many reasons a woman should have a wrap dress in her closet, and Hillary Scott showed us exactly why. She looked incredible in a simple fitted black wrap dress, paired with gold jewels and vibrant electric blue nail polish. Her biggest accessory for the night though was that award she and her partners picked up for Best Vocal Group of the Year. The two men at her side aren’t too bad either – never underestimate the power of good eye candy!