Last Wednesday’s CMA’s was one of the best I’ve ever seen. Both male and female attendees brought out their best and brightest and from where I was sitting (in my living room) it was a glamorous, couture, high fashion extravaganza. Of course there were a few exceptions. Here is my take on some of the CMA fashion hits and Misses:
Equally fashionable and perfectly coiffed was co-host Carrie Underwood wearing a gold, cap-sleeved Reem Acra. I was also impresed with the way she carried off this gown from the Zuhair Murad Resort Collection. Nice costume change!
With 8 costume changes she was bound to hit a few strikes; she lost me with this Georges Chakra runway gown from the spring collection. I’m not sure of it was the color or the print or the way it sagged on her… whatever it was, it didn’t work. Let’s face it – it wasn’t that great on the runway.
Two For One – Tim McGraw and Faith Hill always look spectacular. The very simple Chado Raplh Rucci gown is one time when it looks better on her than it did on the runway. I also loved that she went retro with the hair and makeup. Personally I would like to see some accessories.
More is too Much – LeAnn Rimes must have been channeling old school country music when she picked this Badgely Mischka gown. Too many ruffles does nto compliment her recently diminutive frame.
Costume or Gown? Nicole Kidman looke like Morticia Adams in this Jean Paul Gaultier. The color, the way she wore her hair, the choice of accessories was very severe. Also someone needs to tell Mr. Urban that the ultr-slim fitted calves on his suite is a little date. Pee Wee Herman’s tailor called…
Least but not Last – Reba McIntyre is a legend. Her voice, humor, fiery hair and true southern spirit. Maybe that southern thing is why she was wearing a gown that appeared to made from one of Elvis leftover Vegas jumpsuits and Scarlett O’Haras curtains. Tsk, Tsk Reba, you are better than this.
Check back tomorrow for the final roundup of hits and misses!
-Penny Frulla for Bridal Expo Chicago