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Carrie Underwood makes red carpet glow with brightness at CMAs

Published 05/11/2015

Carrie Underwood
Carrie Underwood

Singers Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert brought impeccable high fashion to the Country Music Association Awards on Wednesday 4 November (15).

Carrie Underwood glowed in her coral gown at the 2015 Country Music Association Awards.

The 32-year-old Smoke Break singer wowed onlookers when she stepped onto the red carpet in the Gauri+Nainika dress, which was enhanced by dazzling diamond accessories. Carrie opted to sport an ear cuff and dangling earrings designed by Anne Sisteron in addition to wrap-around diamond rings with a floral design created by Graziela Gems and Pasquale Bruni.

The stunning blonde’s makeup was understated for the event, but she did put a lot of emphasis on her eyes, with bold shimmery shadow and mascara making the star’s face pop.

Carrie’s lip and manicure were both coral coloured, matching her dress.

Carrie previously shared her CMA outfit plans with PeopleStyle, noting she intended to be vibrant.

“There are a lot of bright colours,” the singer said of the outfits she is will be changing into throughout the night. “Some years I feel like we’ll get dresses from designers and it’s all the same colour or there’s a lot of black or dark choices. But this year there’s a lot of fun things — there’s a lot of colour happening which I’m really excited about. So I will be changing my clothes. It’ll be fun.”

Carrie’s colleague Miranda Lambert also stunned on the red carpet, infusing her ensemble with a little bit of a rebel vibe.

Miranda wore a black, floor length Versace gown that was amplified by her platinum blonde and pink hair.

However, there were a few fashion faux pas on the night, as Kimberly Williams and Steven Tyler made it on to USA Today’s worst-dressed list with their outfits. Steven wore bellbottoms and a shirt exposing his chest, while Kimberly donned a number of mismatched accessories including gemstones, metallic booties, feathers and a beaded gown.

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