The MTV Video Music Awards never disappoints when it comes to the star's red carpet fashion and this year was no exception. The color white is still going strong, shimmery metallics and of course black with the occasional print and vibrant color thrown in for good measure were among some of the night's trends. We see the fringe and cutout look was everywhere as were sheer fabrics and clingy, curve hugging styles. Last night's looks were more of an advertisement for personal trainers and celebrity chefs if anything lol. The beauty looks were subtle but strong- that high Beyonce ponytail was everywhere though! So were bangs, slicked back hair and cat eyes.... Here are my hits and misses...
Let's get right into it- Kim Kardashian looked like a pair of these fancy thigh high lace up boots that I had purchased one year, trying to Give A Look. By the time I laced those bad boys up around my large ass thighs, I resembled the top of Kim's dress. I hated the fit of her dress and the pockets too. And if I didn't know who Kanye was and he started to sit next to me on the train, I would instantly get an attitude because I would assume that he stinks. #Sorrynotsorry..
I liked Taylor Swift's beauty look, but I'm over the two piece crop top/ jogger pant look. Britney Spears' body is amazing! I loved the simplicity of Arielle's teal blue, textured dress. The shape, cut and color were cute and I loved her hair and makeup. Brooklyn Beckham is the perfect mix of his daddy David Beckham's laid back cool and his mama Vctoria Beckham's 'posh' style.
Serayah from Empire looked hot in her all white Herve Leger dress and cage boots. Good Morning America's Rachel Smith's embellished dress was a beautiful vibrant yellow, but watch that powder girl! Hailee Steinfield looked super sophisticated in her cocaine white Stella McCartney two piece and I liked how she accessorized it with a gold choker. Miley Cyrus looked like Mork and Mindy kidnapped her, drugged her, then took all of her clothes and dropped her back to Earth with nothing but a pair of silver suspenders, a chandelier and a pair of silver Versace platform boots. She made it do what it do... You can tell she has fun getting dressed lol.
Ciara slaaayed!! She was wearing the hell out of that fringe Alexander Vauthier look and that bob looks fresh and modern on her. I do believe that Ciara has the body of a couture model- meaning she can wear a lot of complicated looks without looking ridiculous and girl need to quit playing and just go pro- she already slays in these Roberto Cavalli ads. I cannot lie- Nicki Minaj's body looked absolutely statuesque in that gilded embellished Labourjoisie gown! It fit her perfectly, the gold tone was awesome against her skin and she did not over accessorize! She was easily one of my favorite looks of the night.
I would have applauded Amber Rose and Blac China's graffiti-esque ensembles a little bit more if it didn't look like they had made them the night before with their kid's stencils and Sharpies "Girl we gon killit!" Amber solemnly promises Blac China, before yelling at young Bash to stay inside the lines while coloring mommy's dress...
Nick Jonas gets an A for Effort because it is very hard to pull off a chocolate leather hook up and I admire him trying to do so. I did like the pants. Chrissie Tiegan looked sexy and model perfect in her sheer Marchesa number and was another one of my favorites of the night. And last but not least, my favorite Instagram personality, 86 year old Baddie Winkie was there enjoying her new found celebrity and looking gloriously hip while rocking her signature loud prints!
Do you agree with my list? Tell me who were your faves and who should have stayed home and worked on next year's outfit in the comments below!
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