Best And Worst Dressed At The AMAs


Was anyone as disappointed with the red carpet fashion at the American Music Awards as we were? Black and white dresses lined the red carpet, as well as a lot of fashion DON’Ts. Stars like Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, One Direction, Christina Aguilera, Ciara, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, and so many more flaunted there stylish (and not so stylish) threads, as they prepared to celebrate the fan voted music awards show. See what looks Frances and Rosemary loved most, as well as a gallery of the best and worst dressed, below.


photofrancesFRANCES: Taylor Swift looked absolutely stunning in a gold Julie MacDonald mini dress. It reminded me a little bit of Tina Turner’s old sequined looks, but in a good way. I love sparkle and gold is a great color on Taylor. Plus, she also has great legs to show off just like miss Turner. The triangle cutout in the middle gave the dress some extra edge and it was nice to see Taylor rocking a different beauty look too. Her nude lips and gold eye shimmer drove even more attention to the dress. A+ in my book.



roseROSEMARY: Only Katy Perry can somehow look girly and edgy at the same time. Katy wore a strapless polka dot Oscar de la Renta dress with flowers sprinkled on the skirt. She paired the dress with a yellow clutch and a big, pink ring to add the perfect amount of color to her mostly black dress. Katy’s faux curly bob showed off her shoulders and made her look sexy without showing off too much skin. Katy looked feminine and beautiful, with an added touch of spunk. The dress could have easily fallen into the boring category, but the touch of flowers, accessories, make-up, and hair all came together perfectly to make Katy the best dressed of the night.




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