It was country music’s biggest night of the year! The 2018 Academy of Country Music Awards was held on Sunday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Country’s biggest stars came out in full-force to celebrate the best and brightest musicians of the year. There was no shortage of great looks on the red carpet and there was also a few fashion-fails. Check out the best and worst looks from the 2018 Academy of Country Music Awards right here!
The Best of the Best
So technically our choice for “Best Dressed” didn’t walk the red carpet, but she was the by far the most flawless face of the night. Gwen Stefani literally took our breath away with everything about this look. Her hair and makeup is angelic. Her dress is perfection. Those boots are gorgeous! Can you tell we loved the look?
Miranda Lambert looked ravishing in red with this beautiful dress. The country superstar had an amazing night. She broke the record for the most ACM awards ever won by an artist! Congrats, girl!
We always love a good pantsuit and Cassadee Pope didn’t disappoint us with this one! It looked sexy and chic. Plus those shoes are incredible!
Kelsea Ballerini looked like an absolute princess in this flowing gown. We love how she paired it with casual hair and makeup!
It was hard to miss Lindsey Vonn in this bright yellow ballgown and we totally loved it! They say, “Go big or go home” and Lindsey definitely wasn’t going home!
The Worst of the Worst
We’re not sure where Brittany Kerr thought she was going in this dress. It’s saying “Miami nightclub” not “Country Music Awards.”
Eve is insanely beautiful, but this dress is not. It’s just a pink, fluffy mess. We’re not fans.
This is just…not working. No. We love Hillary Scott, but we don’t love this dress.
It’s not that we don’t like Julia Michaels’ dress. It’s an adorable dress! It’s just that it would look better at an afternoon luncheon than the Country Music Awards.
Lauren Alaina is a gorgeous girl but this dress missed the mark. Between the black lace and blue flowers, there’s just too much going on. We would have loved to see her in something more subtle.