Among the young and not-so-young celebrities who rocked the orange carpet at the 2012 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards yesterday afternoon in LA, three young actresses stood out the most. This year, we dub Victoria Justice, Selena Gomez and Kristen Stewart the best dressed of the kids’ awards show. All three had entirely different styles, but whose outfit did you love best?
Victoria Justice looked effortlessly chic in a matching coral Elizabeth and James outfit – the “Spring Jim” woven blazer and poly-blend tailored “Colby” shorts, which she paired off with a ruffled white blouse. To add glitz to her outfit, Victoria added sparkly earrings and went with a pair of Valentino crystal-embellished suede booties, which featured an angled panel of lace dotted with tiny crystals.
Selena Gomez looked amazing in a two-piece outfit from Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring RTW 2012 collection. She 19-year-old “Wizards of Waverly Place” actress wore the silk jacquard bustier floral belly-baring top with the stunning two-toned-crystal embellished skirt. Selena paired the shimmery outfit with a pink and orange Cesare Paciotti “Micro-Studded” pumps (from the Spring 2012 collection). She accessorized with a hoop earrings and a gorgeous cocktail ring, which was enough for the busy – yet surprisingly classy – dress. Gomez finished off with loose curls, smokey eyes and pink nails.
Kristen Stewart, who was nominated for ‘Favorite Movie Actress’ for her Twilight role, wore a blue floral Stella McCartney lace mini dress (from the 2012 Evening Collection), which featured a matching ribbon belt. She paired it up with blue Barbara Bui suede pumps and accessorized with a gold and silver tone clover inset ring and the Antique ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ spoon ring. Kristen finished off with her trademark smokey eyes and CHANEL Le Vernis Nail Color in “Rouge Carat.”
As you can see, Victoria Justice, Selena Gomez and Kristen Stewart chose different styles for the event, so it all boils down to personal taste. Whose outfit do you prefer? Sound off below…
Photos by: Ian Wilson/Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.com