Best Dressed at People’s Choice Awards 2016

Best Dressed at People’s Choice Awards 2016

Best Dressed People's Choice Awards 2016

On Wednesday our favourite stars gathered in Los Angeles for the annual People’s Choice Awards, and obviously they all looked gorgeous. Most of our Instagram feeds are still clogging up with pictures from the night, so we’ve taken it upon ourselves to shift through the crowds and pull out the best dressed stars of the night!

The girls from Pretty Little Liars looked gorgeous individually and as an assemble, showcasing their own styles just as they do on the show (which comes back next week!) Shay Mitchell chose a thigh-high embellished Haney dress which showed off her envious legs, Ashely Benson used the embellishment trend in a slightly different way, with gold panels highlighting the shoulders on her Phillip Plein mini. Troian Bellisario went for a simple but elegant patterned floor length number by the designer Caterina Gatta and perhaps the most intricate design was worn by the adorable Lucy Hale, who paired her beautiful Self Portrait gown with gothic makeup and nails – A bit of a Chanel’s Rouge Noir moment!

Lea Michele People's Choice Awards 2016

Lea Michele also looked amazing in a little black dress. The Glee and Scream Queens star wore an Elie Saab dress which sparkled as she presented the award for favourite action movie. The look was finished with a slicked back updo and classically beautiful muted red lip.

Natalie Dormer People's Choice Awards 2016

Amber Valletta Balmain Dress People's Choice Awards 2016

What would a red carpet be without at least one representative of the #BalmainArmy? The People’s Choice Awards delegate was none other than veteran model Amber Valetta, who stunned everyone in her cut-out Balmain number. A number of jumpsuits were seen on the red carpet on Wednesday, the first of two that we picked out was this black Roland Mouret outfit on Natalie Dormer. Her rocker-chic makeup perfectly complemented the Game of Thrones star’s ensemble.

Jordan Harris

Jordan is a current university student and has enjoyed an international upbringing across Asia and the UK. Self-confessed handbag hoarder and stationary queen, she is pursuing a career in the world of journalism.

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