Here's Every Look Worth Seeing From The CMA Awards Red Carpet





The only thing more thrilling than the Donald Trump zingers at the CMA Awards Wednesday night was the jaw-droppingly gorgeous red carpet.

Country music's biggest night never disappoints when it comes to next level red carpet glamour, but this year the attendees really blew it out of the water. Royal blue had a moment, thanks to both Carrie Underwood in a dramatic mermaid gown with long ruffled sleeves and Brittany Snow in a perfectly fitted cut-out dress.

But the real trend of the evening wasn't a color or material. It just seemed to be everyone looking really good.

Need proof? Check out all the best looks from the CMAs red carpet below.

Carrie Underwood in Fouad Sarkis

Faith Hill in Armani Privé

Pink in Monsoori and Willow Sage Hart

Miranda Lambert in Tony Ward

Kellie Pickler

Ruby Rose in August Getty Atelier

Jessie James Decker in Nookie

Kelsea Ballerini in Michael Kors Collection

Kimberly Schlapman

Lea Michele in Zuhair Murad

Brittany Snow in KaufmanFranco

Lauren Alaina

Karlie Kloss in Elie Saab

Michelle Monaghan in Paco Rabanne

Reba McEntire

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