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Witherspoon masters metallic at ACMs

Published 20/04/2015

Reese Witherspoon
Reese Witherspoon

Stars impressed in their glamorous attire at the 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards in Texas yesterday.

The blonde actress attended the annual ceremony in Texas wearing a dress by David Koma, boasting silver fishtail detailing on the front and a black back. Her strappy black shoes completed the outfit, showing off her pink toenails.

To accessorise Reese wore a chunky silver bangle and rings, though she kept her earrings simple by opting for a pair of studs. With her light tresses worn down with a natural kink to them, the star drew attention to her soft pink lipstick and smoky eyes.

She posed with best pal and Hot Pursuit co-star Sofía Vergara on the red carpet, who dazzled in a dark navy strapless peplum dress also boasting metallic detail on the front, adding Norman Silverman Diamonds jewellery to boost the glitz.

One guest who surprised onlookers was Britney Spears' younger sister Jamie Lynn, who is currently working towards her own successful country music career. The 24-year-old stunned in a black lace dress with see-through panels on the bodice, while the mermaid-style skirt looked as though it was covered in scales.

With her blonde locks pulled back into a loose ponytail, Jamie looked just like Britney did at the beginning of her career. She was joined by husband Jamie Watson, with whom she is currently celebrating her one year anniversary.

The night's big winner Miranda Lambert was another famous face to impress at the event in her lavender Bibhu Mohapatra gown. It featured a see-through panel down the chest, showing off her cleavage, while a slit flaunted a leg.

"I just felt like it was classy and had a little edge and something different for me. I've never worn this colour so I'm loving it," she told ETonline. "It has a high slit and it's really windy out here so I'm kind of walking around here lop-sided just in case."

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