Friday, 22 June 2012

The Best & Worst Dressed at the 2012 Kids' Choice Awards

From bare-midriffs to sequins, check out the star style on Nickelodeon's orange carpet.

If there is ever a time to showcase the youthful side of your style, it's at the Kids' Choice Awards. For the occasion, stars let out their inner child in the form of neon hues and twirling skirts. Check out the most fabulous (and most bizarre) looks of the night!

What's this? Kristen Stewart wearing something resembling lace? The vampire tomboy left her Converse at home and stepped out in this violet embroidered mini-dress. Her messy ponytail, however, didn't stray from her signature style.

Selena Gomez wasn't afraid to show some skin in this two piece look from one of her favorite labels. The skirt and bustier were matched with cutesy coral pumps but her hair and makeup looked peculiarly ready for a dance club.

Leave it to Katy Perry to be the center of attention in the funkiest of ensembles at the Kids' Choice Awards. This midriff-baring lime green ensemble was only trumped by her My Little Pony-tail.

Emma Stone went the demure route on the orange carpet in this cream top and skirt from Antonio Berardi. Sweet and simple. We're also digging the blond waves that complete the tonal effect.

Ashley Tisdale showed off her California vibe in this strapless coral handkerchief dress. The playful choice of footwear and streaks of purple in her hair were perfectly appropriate for the event.

Victoria Justice loves to dress about fifteen years older than she is and the Kids' Choice Awards were no exception. We almost didn't recognize her in this polished pink short suit and white button-down blouse.

For one of our favorite looks of the night, Sarah Hyland wore this long wrap-dress that smartly walked the line between fancy and casual. She tipped the scales just slightly with that glittering gold clutch.

Unsurprisingly, Kelly Osbourne wore her go-to designer, Tony Ward, for the Kids' Choice Awards. She was clearly having fun in this flouncy number and is still sporting that lilac hair.

Heidi Klum rarely misses a kids event like this one. The model must have been about two times as tall as her carpet-walking counterparts, particularly in these platform thigh-high boots.

Modern Family's Ariel Winter was a doll in this perforated white dress from Cynthia Rowley. The look managed to be girly with a touch of sporty. Brilliant!

Hunger Games star Amandla Stenberg was all smiles in this sequined Tony Ward shift dress. What made this look all the more adorable were her gold lace-up oxfords. What's not to love?

Another Hunger Games cutie, Willow Shields, also appropriately went with flats for the occasion. She wore this basic pink tank and patterned summer skirt from Marc by Marc Jacobs.

We love a gal who can really pull off shorts on the red carpet. Isabelle Fuhrman chose to wear this Jason Wu look with a charming embellished collar. If only she had done like Amandla and gone for preppy footwear.

Former Celebrity Guest Editor, Jennette McCurdy, didn't hold back at the Kids' Choice Awards. She brought out the glitz in this sequined flapper-worthy number.

Karina Smirnoff took a break from Dancing With the Stars to join in the festivities. Normally one to take fashion risks, she instead wore a classic pink dress and bowed heels.

Miranda Cosgrove jumped in on the leather trend in this blue shift dress. She paired the number with short boots and gold jewelry.

You can always count on Jada and the kids to inject some fun into a red carpet soiree. Sometimes too much fun. For this year's Kids Choice Awards, Willow Smith was surprisingly the tamest of the bunch with no shoe-pants to be seen.

Ariana Grande looked pretty as can be in her strapless yellow dress. She could easily pull off this pale color due to her darkly dyed red locks.

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