From Selena Gomez in a chic tuxedo jacket and pants to Nina Dobrev in a sexy crop top and shorts ensemble, here are the top 5 celebrity styles from the 2014 Teen Choice Awards. With most of young Hollywood in attendance at this annual awards show, you could expect nothing less than fun fashion, playful prints, and on-trend looks. From bright colors to midriff-baring tops, nothing was off limits at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards.
2014 Teen Choice Awards
Selena Gomez looked elegant and stunning at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards in a Saint Laurent black tuxedo jacket and pants. Off-set by gilt-worthy metallic pumps and a coordinating box clutch, she was the vision of a sophisticated lady.
Lea Michele went for a casual cool vibe in a color blocked mod-looking v-neck dress with spaghetti straps (by Fausto Puglisi). To complement the laid-back look, she paired high-shine metallic thong heeled sandals (by Christian Louboutin) with the outfit, and kept things simple with tousled hair and neutral makeup.
Not one to be missed on the 2014 Teen Choice Awards Red Carpet, Shay Mitchell looked like a vivacious vixen in this gorgeous white lace ensemble by Misha Collection, featuring a bustier style crop top and fitted pencil skirt. To modernize the look, she rocked metallic pumps and a glamorous embellished clutch.
If there was one look that stole the show at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards, it was Nina Dobrev’s ensemble. Highlighting her svelte figure, she wore a whimsical, watercolor print crop top and shorts (from Vionnet), off-set by hot pink suede pumps (by Kurt Geiger). Making the outfit the main focus, she finished the look with minimal jewelry, a small gold box clutch, and a boho chic fishtail braid.
Looking like the belle of the ball, Lucy Hale was a vision in red at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards. In this sweet (but sexy) red satin plunging v-neck cocktail dress from Christian Dior, she showed off her figure in a demure and tasteful way. To add a little edge to her otherwise girly ensemble, she sported a striking pair of gold studded ankle strapped heeled sandals (by Brian Atwood) and a sleek box clutch.
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