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Underwood stuns with post-baby body

Published 11/06/2015

Carrie Underwood
Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood revealed a slim, toned physique just three months after giving birth while walking the 2015 CMT Awards red carpet.

The 32-year-old musician gave birth to son Isaiah on February 27, her first child with husband Mike Fisher.

And the Grammy Award-winning songstress absolutely stunned on the 2015 CMT Awards red carpet Wednesday night in a short, white dress designed by Thomas Wylde.

Her outfit accentuated the star’s long, toned legs. The garment was embellished with clusters of crystals and the shimmery theme also translated to Carrie’s accessories for the evening. She carried a silver, pewter hand-beaded clutch designed by Deepa Gurnani, which matched her mirrored Jimmy Choo stilettos. Her radiant jewellery was provided by Kimberly McDonald. The singer’s eye makeup was frosty, as her eyeshadow was bright white, with the eyeliner, lashes and eyebrows all prominently black.

Carrie’s appearance at the 2015 CMT Awards, which were held at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, is her first red carpet event since welcoming baby Isaiah into the world.

She has previously spoken to People magazine about how caring for a newborn affected her workout regimen.

“Having a baby definitely changes your routine, and I have to work around his schedule,” she explained.

“Whenever he goes to sleep, I do the things I need to do for myself and make workouts happen when they can.”

White dresses seemed to be a theme at the 2015 CMT Awards, as Rumer Willis and actress Nikki Reed both opted to don garments of this hue to the ceremony.

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