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Photos courtesy of E!
Photos courtesy of E!
|Emma Roberts in Peter Pilotto: Only 24 years-old, and this actress is already a red carpet veteran. Wearing a tailored midi-dress that's adorned with clashing pastel prints, this look perfectly mixes youthful prints with a ladylike silhouette. Adorned with minimal hardware, this outfit is surprisingly sophisticated for the Teen Choice Awards and proves to onlookers that youth and taste are not mutually exclusive. Finished with simple sandals, smooth waves and a soft rose pout, the full look is a home-run hit.|
|Lucy Hale in Julien Macdonald:As any Pretty Little Liars fan will tell you, we've seen the petite starlet in ugly outfits a plenty. Awkward pink hair streaks, questionable fascinators and tights -- the past five and a half seasons were a sartorial nightmare. Luckily, in a world where A doesn't torment a group of teenage girls, Hale is equipped with a glam squad and a significantly better wardrobe. Coupled with dramatic eyeliner and a slicked-back bun, this outfit is the epitome of vampy glam. While the mesh paneling is undeniably gothic, the short hem and deep V-neck keep this dress youthful and sexy. Paired with strappy sandals? Definitely gives Aria a run for her money.|
|Haley Ramm in Pistol Stamen: A relative newbie on the red carpet, this ensemble is a far cry from the clubwear that ran rampant at the event. The flared, midi skirt and modest neckline is by no means reinventing the wheel, and can easilyveer into mumsy territory. However, the subtle texture on the frock as well as Ramm's colorful bracelets made this outfit feel refreshing. Paired with auburn locks and a fresh face, the starlet looked composed and mature.|
|Maia Mitchel in Giamba: Just got back from the Hamptons or working a step and repeat in Los Angeles? While this look may teeter on the casual side for an award shows, the fuss-free factor of this ensemble merits a spot on this event's best dressed list. It's easy to want to wear (almost) everything that you see on red carpets and runways, but finding something that's stylish and looks comfortable is the true sartorial dream. Whether dressed up with a pair of strappy sandals, as Mitchel did, or coupled with a pair of gladiator sandals, this look is effortlessly chic in a way that leaves us asking ourselves "Where can I get me one of those?"|
|Bea Miller: A summer red carpet should be strictly filled with pretty patterns and bright colors, right? Not according to Bea Miller. Between the leather jacket cooly draped over the singer's shoulders and the beautiful jewel-toned jumpsuit, this getup has onlookers undeniably excited for fall fashion. While Miller's jumpsuit appeals to every minimalist, the shoes (though not Trendologist-approved) and jacket are youthful and rebellious. The natural face and beachy waves add the perfect hint of summer.|