The Best and Worst Dressed of the 49th ACM Awards

All of country music’s biggest stars were under one roof last night, in Las Vegas. While there were many stunning gowns, there were also quite a few missteps. It’s time to call the BTR Fashion Police.

Here is our list of the Best and Worst Dressed of the 49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards:

Best:

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Taylor Swift: TayTay flawlessly rocked the crop top last night. The top cut-outs and the skirt slit elevates the look for the prestigious occasion. We think she is channeling a little Angelina with the leg.

Kellie Pickler: She looks fantastic! This Romona Keveza gown is flowy, fun, and perfect for spring!

Kimberly Perry: This dress exudes class and elegance. It hugs her curves in all the right ways, and the glittery pattern only serves to accentuate them.

Danielle Bradbury: The youngest winner of The Voice was a knockout in this glittery gown. With the bright red lipstick and waves, she looks completely glamourous.

Olivia Munn: Wow! What a great color, not to mention a perfect fit! This gown surely made a splash on the red carpet last night.

Worst:

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RaeLynn: What is going on here? A feathered hem on a flared skirt, and a crocodile embossed trim? This dress is all over the place and not flattering in the least!

Kacey Musgraves: The ruching on this gown makes it look like a Prom dress. The fabric looks very stiff, and the belt is very early 2000s.

Shawna Thompson: Yes, floral prints are on trend for spring, but oversized poppies are not. Especially if they come on a background of taupe.

Shakira: Obviously Shakira looks good, but this Zuhair Murad dress does not. The cut-out pattern looks strange: stocking runs or spider web? You decide.

Ashton Shepherd: This songstress also had a Prom date in the same evening, it seems. The material of the dress looks cheap, and the overall ensemble makes the 27 year old look like she’s 17.

Do you agree or disagree with our choices? Let us know in the comments!

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