Sequins and rhinestones sum up this year's crop of CMT Music Awards fashion. The event's blue carpet was filled with country music's biggest stars decked out in plenty of bling and some interesting getups. And now that the trophies have been handed out, it's time to judge the fashion! So which country crooners cleaned up fashionably and which committed fashion sins? Wonderwall.com is rounding up the best and worst dressed stars, starting with our favorite fashionista of the night — Maren Morris! The "Girl" songstress donned this fantastic Fausto Puglisi minidress, which featured intricate studded embellishments and two daring cut-outs at the waist, marking one of her best looks to date. Keep reading to see this look from another angle, and check out the rest of the night's fashion hits and misses…
Maren Morris's retro-inspired Fausto Puglisi frock featured wide cut-outs along the side. She paired this gorgeous dress with a pair of gold platform Jimmy Choo heels, which matched the design's metallic embellishments perfectly. Next up, a better look at her hair and makeup!
Flawless! Maren Morris completed her CMT Music Awards look with phenomenal makeup, opting for a smokey eye and a pretty peach lip while wearing her blonde locks in loose waves.
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We're not typically big fans of Carrie Underwood's fashion choices, but we still expected more than this snore of a Michael Cinco minidress. The long-sleeved frock featured some pretty intricate embellishments in pale blue, brown and bronze hues, but the cut and colors left us unenthused. But we did love her shoes. Get a better look at them next…
When it came time to pick heels, Carrie Underwood rocked these gorgeous shimmering gold René Caovilla sandals. Next up? A look at her hair, makeup and interesting earring choice…
With such an intricate dress, we're not surprised Carrie Underwood opted for equally detailed earrings. These weren't just any hoops — they had a diamond-studded sun in the center. Besides picking stunning earrings, Carrie also nailed her beauty look, from the smokey eye to that pretty nude lip hue.
Kate Bosworth looked like an ultra-glamorous mermaid at the CMT Music Awards. No clue why she was in attendance, but the actress's teal strapless frock featured just the right amount of sparkly and a modest slit. Next up, a look at her eye-catching earrings…
Stunning! Kate Bosworth wore these David Webb Alpine Drop Earrings made of faceted rock crystal and diamonds for the big night. For beauty, Kate rocked a half-up hairdo with peach-toned makeup, including a bright lip and blush.
RaeLynn's CMT Music Awards look was made of a pretty floral fabric, but the cut of the Ines Di Santo gown really overwhelmed us. The off-the-shoulder frock featured a mullet-style skirt — a mini in the front and an over-the-top train hanging from the back. But don't count this dress out yet! Check out the dramatic transformation RaeLynn made on the red carpet next…
What a difference no train makes! RaeLynn's off-the-shoulder Ines Di Santo number was darling without that overwhelming train. Next up, a look at her hair, makeup and stunning earrings!
RaeLynn opted for perfectly tousled waves, and when it came time for eyeshadow, she really spiced things up with a bright purple hue. Her nude lip and warm-toned cheeks completed her pretty makeup, while those stunningly unique earrings tied this look together.
Kelsea Ballerini has been killing it in the style department as of late, and this CMT Music Awards look was no exception. The country darling donned a sweet one-sleeved asymmetrical number that featured nearly hip-level slits and ruffles in all the right places. But the true beauty of her Blumarine dress was in the details…
A closer view shows the intricate beading on Kelsea Ballerini's Blumarine gown and the way the dress takes on an iridescent hue. Her hair and makeup helped knock this look out of the park…
Kelsea Ballerini's super-high ponytail was held in place by a matching beaded band, tying her look together perfectly. As for her beauty look, she rocked a smokey eye and a nude lip, opting not to detract from the opulence of her Blumarine gown.
We love Mitchell Tenpenny's "Alcohol You Later," but we'd also like to say later to this look. Though that pink Stephanie Thorpe suit is a pretty shade, the Varvatos V-neck T-shirt underneath and those sparkly white Nike sneakers took this look to unnecessarily casual levels.
Danielle Bradbery was ready for summer in this white-hot number by Hamel! Her long-sleeved minidress featured a plunging neckline and silver embellishments that brought some sparkle to the blue carpet. (Fun fact: If this dress looks familiar, that's because Paula Abdul wore this to the Billboard Music Awards last month!)
We're not quite sure what Sheryl Crow was going for with this look, but we know one thing: It's way too casual! Her getup made the singer look like she was off to a pool party instead a major country music award show!
Would it be a country music red carpet without a Jessie James Decker minidress? This time, Jessie opted for a romantic pale pink shade, and we loved the off-the-shoulder number. Completing this look? Her equally stellar shoe choice! See it next…
We're obsessed with Jessie James Decker's sparkly heels! The unique shoes featured clear straps adorned with some serious bling, adding a fun layer of sparkle to her CMT Music Awards ensemble.
A bedazzled jumpsuit? Meghan Linsey's odd ensemble at the CMT Music Awards didn't stop there. She also added a similarly blush-hued duster over top, a tan hat and platform heels. One thing she had going for her? The hues certainly complemented her bright pink hair!
Sarah Hyland's little black dress was anything but boring! The "Modern Family" star rocked this sparkly Redemption minidress with a plunging neckline, structured, ruffled short sleeves and a bow detail at the waist. She finished things off with a pair of super-simple black heeled sandals, cementing this look as a fashion hit.
We can't get Morgan Wallen's hit song "Whiskey Glasses" out of our heads, and now we won't be able to shake this outfit from our minds either! The singer donned this pale blue matching set with a plaid patterned shirt underneath and a paisley-print bandana over top for a seriously mismatched ensemble.
It's hard to go wrong with a sparkly and colorful getup, as proved by Lauren Alaina in this standout short-sleeved frock. We liked the unexpected color pairings of gold, green, magenta and black, and the way she finished things off with those simple strappy sandals so as not to detract from her fun dress.
Lauren Alaina kept things fun with a super-high ponytail, helping show off her funky statement earrings. When it came time for makeup, she added bronze-hued eyeshadow shades and a pretty pink lip to complete this look.
We love the way Maddie & Tae's looks always complement each other. For the CMT Musiv Awards, they opted for sparkles — and plenty of them! Maddie Marlow went with an eggplant-hued strapless minidress with a matching sash at the waist while Tae Dye donned a sparkly rose gold spaghetti-strap number. Besides killing it in the dress department, they also rocked some amazing shoes.
Maddie Marlow rocked some sparkly embellished fuchsia strappy sandals, while Tae Dye also went strappy but selected a fun iridescent pair.
If you're going to wear pants on a red carpet, you've got to pick the right ones. Brooke Eden missed this memo, opting for some heavily patterned blue-and-black high-waisted pants that she paired with an even more casual black crop top, making for a majorly underwhelming fashion moment.
Oh hey, JWoww! Though we're not quite sure why she turned up at the CMT Music Awards, with this outfit, we're glad she did. The "Jersey Shore" star rocked this fun long-sleeved suit-jacket-style design with fun feather detailing along the sleeve. She added an extra-long hairstyle and some big hoops to the mix, but it was her heels that took this look to the next level…
Check out these rainbow sparklers! Jenni "JWoww" Farley donned bold strappy heels complete with studded detailing to bring a full range of color to her otherwise stark white look!
Yikes! Lindsay Ell's two-piece outfit looked more like a disco-themed Halloween costume than an award show ensemble. From the crop top and bellbottom style to those sparkly purple sequins, this costume-like look left a lot to be desired.
Thomas Rhett sure looked sharp at the CMT Music Awards. The country crooner brought color to the blue carpet in this maroon ensemble by Strong Suit, rocking an undone white dress shirt underneath to keep things fresh. For shoes, the "Look What God Gave Her" singer opted for Johnston & Murphy Marquise Tassel Loafers (sans socks, but we'll give him a pass this time!).
A leather shirt-and-skirt combo? Yes, please! Michelle Monaghan nailed this edgy red-and-black printed look, adding a pair of black strappy sandals for a superb sartorial selection.
Though we loved Kylie Morgan's slinky red dress, when it came to her shoe choice, she lost us. The star donned chunky black heels that felt all wrong for the frock, which featured a thigh-high slit to show them off. Better luck with a metallic pump or delicate strappy sandal next time, Kylie!
Obsessed! Blush tones were big on the CMT Music Awards red carpet, but no one pulled them off as well as Ingrid Andress! The country newcomer rocked this pretty pink suit sans undershirt for a killer monochromatic moment. She completed her fresh look with the perfect shoe complement, which we'll see next…
Blushes and golds go together like Nashville and country music, so Ingrid Andress's sparkly metallic sandal choice sealed the deal on this fashion hit.
When it came time to picking a shade of silver, Sandra Lynn obviously couldn't choose! The star opted for this indecisive dress comprised of half gunmetal and half pale silver. Holding it all together? That unfortunate chunky black belt. The one thing about this look we loved? Those perfectly simple strappy black sandals.
We love a good jumpsuit, and Tenille Townes rocked the best one of the night at the CMT Music Awards. The star's halter-style hot pink getup featured a plunging neckline and wide-legged pants for a retro yet totally on-point style moment.
Though we love the message emblazoned on his shirt — "Support Female Artists" — we can't ever get behind suspenders for an award show. Bobby Bones rocked them with his statement tee and brown pants resulting in an overall odd ensemble.
Not so mellow yellow! We loved Tara Thompson's fitted pale yellow frock, from the spaghetti straps to the sweet ruffled detail along the neckline, at the waist and down the skirt. She paired it perfectly with tan sandals and added some gorgeous jewelry. We'll see that next…
Tara Thompson added a fun pop of color in the form of turquoise jewelry. We loved the unexpected choice and the way it complemented that light-hued frock.
Lauren Akins, Thomas Rhett's wife, is one-half of one of our favorite country music couples, but this look isn't our favorite. We love leopard print as much as the next person, but this miniskirt — paired with a pink spaghetti-strap tank and Gucci belt — felt too casual for the big night. And though we loved the hot pink heels sentiment, the shade was too far off to match her tank top, resulting in a fashion miss. We do love that fun hairstyle though!
Carly Pearce seriously sparkled in this sweet minidress. We loved this LBD adorned with multicolored sequins that had a festive effect perfect for this big country music night. She accessorized with an equally sparkly clutch and a pair of killer black-and-clear strappy heels.
We have absolutely no idea what Midland's Mark Wystrach was going for, but we do know the result was disastrous. The singer donned this odd jeans, pale blue jacket and graphic T-shirt combo and then added sunglasses hanging off his pocket and dirty boots — a forgettable and lame look.
Julia Michaels looked as pretty as a princess in this lovely lilac number. Her strapless ballgown featured delicate pleated tulle and helped show off her impressive array of tattoos.
Nancy O'Dell went with a sleek black-and-white combo — an off-the-shoulder jumpsuit that flowed into wide-legged pants all broken up by a white sash.
Gaby Barrett selected a statement jumpsuit for the big night — this cool Jovani design. From the delicate embellished spaghetti straps to the black sequins and wide-legged lace pants, this funky look was perfect for the CMT Music Awards.