2013 American Music Awards Best Fashion

On Sunday, November 24th, the 2013 American Music Awards captured the world’s attention by honoring outstanding musical performers. One of the biggest attractions for the glamorous evening hosted by Dick Clark Productions was the red carpet, which showcased countless celebrities strutting their stuff as they arrived at the highly-anticipated AMAs. Featured here is some of the best fashion seen at the 2013 American Music Awards, with links to similar (more affordable) styles you can wear that resemble these fabulous red carpet celebrity looks.

Naya Rivera - American Music Awards 2013 - AMA Fashion - Red Carpet Celebrity Looks

Naya Rivera at the 2013 American Music Awards

Naya Rivera pulled out all the stops in this head-turning, long sleeved black gown with sweeping train and dramatic cut-out detailing. Although her body was covered head-to-toe (aside from her super-sexy décolletage section), she was anything but matronly. The body-grazing fit of the mock-turtlenecked gown flaunted her fabulous figure, while the bold gold jewelry accented the stunning gown in a chic and dramatic manner.

Taylor Swift - American Music Awards 2013 - AMA Fashion - Red Carpet Celebrity Looks

Taylor Swift at the 2013 American Music Awards

Sparkle, sparkle! Usually known for wearing sweet and feminine dresses, Taylor Swift turned up the heat in a high-shine, gilded mini dress with peek-a-boo mesh inset and metallic gold belt. The show-stopping, mirrored strapless dress was accessorized by coordinating multi-strap, gold heeled sandals and simple jewelry. This red carpet look was refreshingly modern, youthful, and unexpectedly charming.

Christina Aguilera - American Music Awards 2013 - AMA Fashion - Red Carpet Celebrity Looks

Christina Aguilera at the 2013 American Music Awards

Over the past few months, we’ve witnessed Christina Aguilera’s physical transformation, and the AMAs were the perfect opportunity for her to show-off all her hard work. Looking as sensational as ever, Christina donned a white long-sleeved gown featuring a revealing thigh-high slit, side cut-outs, and deep v-neck. She kept things classic with retro waves, wing-tipped eyeliner, and fresh coral lips. For that extra bit of pizazz, she rocked sparkly peep-toe pumps and bedazzled diamond jewelry.

Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum - American Music Awards 2013 - AMA Fashion - Red Carpet Celebrity Looks

Hillary Scott at the 2013 American Music Awards

To show the world that real women have curves, Hillary Scott (of Lady Antebellum) showed off her curvy figure in a body-grazing black cocktail dress. The deep v-neckline and gorgeous beading embellishment highlighted her assets, while the bodycon silhouette of the dress flattered her shape.

Alicia Silverstone - American Music Awards 2013 - AMA Fashion - Red Carpet Celebrity Looks

Alicia Silverstone at the 2013 American Music Awards

Alicia Silverstone was anything but “Clueless” in this trendy gold zig zag print dress. Accessorized by an arm party of gilded bangles, dark nails, and chic black clutch, Alicia looked stellar in this ultra-glam, cool girl ensemble.

Miley Cyrus - American Music Awards 2013 - AMA Fashion - Red Carpet Celebrity Looks

Miley Cyrus at the 2013 American Music Awards

A far contrast from her 2013 VMA performance outfit, Miley Cyrus was the epitome of a sexy, sophisticated lady in this white pant suit (with edgy, oversized gold safety pins). Not one to shy away from shocking ensembles or jaw-dropping performances, Miley amped up the sex appeal of this otherwise demure outfit by baring some skin (albeit in a tasteful way) underneath the single-button white blazer and cropped white pants.

{Photo Credits Featured Top to Bottom: Jason Kempin/Getty Images; Frazer Harrison/AMA 2013/FilmMagic; Jason Kempin/Getty Images; Mario Anzuoni/Reuters; Jason Merritt/Getty Images; Jason Kempin/Getty Images}

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