Red Carpet Fashion:2010 Teenager Choice Awards

Ashley Greene to Nina Dobrev, Hollywood's hottest young stars rocked the red carpet yesterday evening for the 2010 Teenager Choice Awards. While the show doesn't air till tonight ( sucks, we all know ), we've got the products on what our favourites wore to the event. So, if you would like to get a preview of what is in store on the fashion front check our catalogues of looks below. "Ramona and Beezus" star Selena Gomez is maybe one of the cutest gals around, and while we loved her curls on the red carpet, we assumed her draped white BCBG Max Azaria dress was a standout by itself.

The back also caught our attention immediately with some cool slivers of silver. It's difficult to experiment on the red carpet ( are you able to imagine the pressure? ), so we have to give additional credit to the girls that do it, and do it competently at that, like Kristin Bell. Kristin appeared at the TCA's in a multi layered, red ( or is that orange? ) Stella McCartney dress that was both classy and young. The dress was a touch more formal than the event requested, but the lightness of the hue made it fit right in. Talking off risks , we actually wish Ashley Green had taken one before settling on a halter-less, light pink Valentino dress with black and beige accents. While the dress had different layers of work, there had been nothing about it that actually stood out for us. Her hair ( she was wearing it loose and barely wavy ) and makeup, on the other hand, left quite an impression! "Pretty Tiny Liars" star Lucy Hale arrived yesterday evening in a blue Paula Ka dress, complete with stones round the neckline and a golden belt buckle.

We believed her look was excellent for the event, but we seriously might have done without the Ruthie Davis spiked booties.
Lea Michele is familiar with our best dressed lists, and the girl proved herself once again yesterday evening when she appeared in a glittery, embroidered and well, all-around-awesome Naeem Khan dress. Seriously, her fitted green and beige dress was fully unique, and as normal, that made it memorable. Now, we are customarily not a massive fan of a lot of sequins ( they remind us of skating outfits ), but Nina made us rethink yesterday evening when she was wearing a fitted, pale pink dress with silver sparkling accents. The girl looked remarkable, and we are certain that only she could pull of that look.

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