Best Looks of the Night: 2015 CMT Awards


Carrie Underwood in Thomas Wylde


Can we just pause and take a moment to just appreciate her legs…

Clearly she’s a gorgeous woman, but I’ve seen a lot of gorgeous women dress like fools on the red carpet. Carrie always looks great, and this look is no exception. I think the fabric by her armpit on her posing arm looks a little loose and could be taken in some. Other than that, no complaints.

Rumer Willis


The smoky eye and side swept hair kick this already sleek and sophisticated look up a notch and make it sexy as well. I have been seeing so many red carpet looks lately with slits that go up so high and make a classy dress look trashy so it’s great to see something like this on a red carpet. My only gripe is that those shoes are awful.

Brittany Snow in Monique Lhuillier

LOVE! A look like this could easily be pretty boring, but with a classic style like this, little accessories and additions can really take it to the next level. In this case I love how she added her own touches with the light blue earrings and bright pink lips. It gives it the perfect amount of pop in my opinion.

Jana Kramer


I was about to say that green is really jana’s color, but I mean look at this girl..every color is her color. She’s absolutely gorgeous. I cannot find a single thing I would do different with this look. I love the unique style of her hair, and I love the gold shoes. Absolutely perfect.

Laura Bell Bundy


Pants suits can either be so good, or so so so terribly wrong. In this case, I’m completely digging it. Because the pattern is so bold I’m glad she stayed away from adding a necklace or big earrings, which I think would have made the whole look too overwhelming.

 who was your best and worst dressed from the CMT Awards?


I agree with all of your ‘best’ dressed choices with the exception of Jana Kramer. I think she should’ve calmed down the tan. She looks a bit too bronzed (IMO) I love the jumpsuit on Laura Bundy but seriously – what the hell was Nicole Kidman thinking?! Eek!

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