The People’s Choice Awards were hosted yesterday, so now it’s time for the usual best and worst dressed lists. We’re doing something a little different today by checking out the top fashion trends we could spot on the People’s Choice Award’s red carpet!
Top fashion trend from the People’s Choice Awards 2014 #5: Vintage bodycon dresses
The Art Deco and lace trend was in full swing last night, as we saw with many snug short dresses such as Ashley Rickard’s, Allison William’s and Jessica Alba’s. The construction reminds us of the 20’s and 30’s, proving that the vintage trend is still going strong this year!
Top fashion trend from the People’s Choice Awards 2014 #4: Embroidery
From Heidi Klum’s long gown to Nina Dobrev’s dark snug dress, it was a night for a little extra shine with some gorgeous embroidered details. We also saw some sequined ensembles, such as Olivia Somerlyn’s dress and Cheryl Burke’s blue gown, but Dobrev’s crystal details were definitely a highlight of the night.
Top fashion trend from the People’s Choice Awards 2014 #3: Updos
Many celebrities decided to pull up their hair in gorgeous complicated updos, like Nina Dobrev, Heidi Klum Sarah, Michelle Gellar and even young Bailee Madison. Others opted for long wavy locks and messy hairstyles, but it seemed like braided buns and ponytails dominated the red carpet this time.
Top fashion trend from the People’s Choice Awards 2014 #2: Minimalistic jewelry
Although we did see some large jewelry –such as Queen Latifah’s gorgeous floral earrings, Cheryl Burke’s dome-shaped ring or Kat Dennings’ silver cuff bracelet-, most celebrities stuck to the Art Deco trend with pave rings, metallic chain necklaces, sparkly studs, or geo shaped earrings. Simplistic designs were the main jewelry trend for the People’s Choice Awards’ Red Carpet.
Top fashion trend from the People’s Choice Awards 2014 #1: Black and white
It was a big night for white outfits and tight black dresses at the People’s Choice Awards. We saw explosions of red, blue and pastels, but the main color palette came from the two fashion basics: black and white. From Jessica Alba’s to Adelaide Kane’s and Jennifer Hudson’s white ensembles, to Marg Heldenberg’s and Allison Janney’s little black dresses, and even the beautiful black-and-white combinations of Sarah Michelle Gellar and host Beth Behrs, it was a night of neutral shades.
Which was your favorite dress of the night?
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