Carrie Underwood dolled up for the T.J. Martell Foundation’s 38th Annual Honors Gala held Tuesday at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City to receive her “Artist Achievement Award.”
The singer, who supports the org’s work into AIDS, cancer and leukaemia research, was dressed in a periwinkle Randi Rahm tulle dress designed with a v-back, cap sleeves, pleated mid-length skirt and tons of beading and sparkly embellishments in silver and metallic blue.
Carrie Underwood toned down her look with pastel accessories, including a pair of baby pink patent leather Giuseppe Zanotti pointy toe pumps and a nude long clutch embellished with Swarovski crystals. She added more sparkles to her look with a stone ring and diamond stud earrings from Johnathon Arndt jewelry.
A wavy updo, smokey eyes and glossy pink lips sealed off her look.
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