ACM Awards show off the fashion sense of well-known country artists
On April 7, the 54th Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards were broadcasted with well-known country artists showing up in designer clothing on the red (but actually blue) carpet.
While many won awards for their year in the music industry, many lost in with their fashion choices.
Not only did Musgraves win Female Artist of the Year and Album of the Year, she won best dressed in my book.
Instead of wearing just a suit to break stereotypes, Musgraves turned the suit into a feminine icon with an ombre look with no shirt, all while breaking out the bell-bottom slacks.
She by far looked the best out of every person on the red carpet.
Lambert sported a light lime green dress with an interesting clutch. The clutch was quite the statement piece. It looked like if she were to open it galaxy slime would have came spilling out of the container, and it would be left clear and empty.
Aldean looked like a true country star at the ACM Award in his blue jeans, cowboy boots, button-up shirt (with three buttons undone) and cowboy hat.
To make it less like an everyday look, he added a white suit jacket to make it a little fancier, but otherwise, the whole outfit looked perfect for the occasion.
A mistake: the description of the white gown designed by Vitor Zerbinato.
It looked like the dress started as a sleek wedding dress, but the wedding got cancelled, so the bride cut it up. Then the designer tried to save the piece, and this was the result.
Before Zerbinato was done, the need for a giant bow on her right butt cheek was needed.
One of the queens of country made a disappointing appearance with a bad choice in an outfit.
She took many well-known western styles and put them together to make a bad ensemble. With the dark red fringe dress and black leather cowboy boots, the two did not go together. Even her face looked like it was saying, “I tried,” in every photo.
Charles Kelley’s suit was a favorite. With its pink and black combo, it stood out among the regular black or blue suits. Standing next to his Lady Antebellum band mates, he matched well with Hillary Scott, but Dave Haywood simply looked like the one in the group that quit and became homeless.
Oh, honey, what were you doing? Black suits are boring, but they’re better than taking a Christmas tree pattern with ornaments and ironing it onto an already small suit.
This dress was beautiful. It looked like a deep blue ocean.
Sure, her dress looked great, but her hair was clearly sacrificed. It was a bun that mostly anyone can do, and there is nothing special or nice about it.
They took the idea of “black suits are boring” to a whole new level. With John Osborne showing off an under the sea suit and T.J. Osborne wearing a bolo tie, they definitely stood out in the crowd. Which is what they meant to do, but it wasn’t because of a good fashion choice.