There were SO many beautiful styles at the 10th AnnualÂ ACM HonorsÂ last night!
As a UK gal, I love that the country music scene likes playing it a little safer when it comes to fashion. We can always count on tradition for timeless, beautiful pieces, whether they are modernized with an edge or not, pretty is pretty. Â Although others havenâ€™t quite nailed it yetâ€¦
From Kelsea Ballerini and Luke Bryan to Cam and Karen Fairchild, here were the biggest hits and misses from last night’s red carpet. For a full recap from the 10th Annual ACM Honors,Â click here.
Kelsea Balleriniâ€™s yellow bodysuit is the star of the show this year, at least for me. The colour complements her bronzed skin tone and makeup perfectly, with cute shiny details on the waist letting her toned body show through. The top almost looks like a classic long dress but to my own surprise, the rest (bottom) of the outfit isÂ makes it way cooler and trendier version!
I absolutely love it when when groups / bands coordinate their outfits, and The Band Perry have done an amazing job at it. Firstly, can we just appreciate how beautiful Kimberly Perry looks? That dress is adorable! But I was even more impressed with Neil and Reid. Two versions of a red carpet look, one more polished, the other scruffier; both tasteful! All three look appropriateÂ but trendy nonetheless!
Luke Bryan and Caroline Boyer made a fantastic pair, both photogenic and both wearing great outfits. Although they have played it safe, the result it is classy, tasteful and beautiful!
Karen Fairchildâ€™s oversized t-shirt hasnâ€™t won me over this year. I usually am all about the effortless look, but this is a little too effortless. It doesn’t seem to be fitted right and I am not a fan of the sequin dress â€“ velvet shoe combination. Too many textures and colors and a rather unpolished look.
Camâ€™s white peplum-ruffled dress was probably my least favourite the lot. It doesnâ€™t reflect her fun personality nor does it match her quirky curly locks. Instead, it reminded me of a doctorâ€™s robe, which by the way, would work much better with a tan, to say the least.