CWMALLS World’s Fashion Trends Sharing And Review Series — FASHION HITS AND MISSES FROM THE 2019 BET AWARDS

The 2019 BET Awards were bigger, brighter and more colorful than ever before! From flashy patterned prints to vibrant neon hues, stars brought their most daring style A-game to the big show — celebrating actors and musicians alike — in Los Angeles on June 23. With such an array of eye-popping looks, rounded up the best and worst fashion moments from the night, starting with Karrueche Tran. The “Claws” actress wowed in an oversized fluorescent yellow pantsuit with extra-long sleeves and a cinched belted waist by House of Holland. Keep reading to get a closer look at her accessories — and for more hits and misses!

Karrueche Tran paired her yellow pantsuit with gold Isabella May hoops — lined all around with stunning colored gemstones. She kept her hair slicked back like a boss and opted for more neutral makeup to balance out the brightness of her ensemble.

Ciara rocked a fierce and fabulous Jean Paul Gaultier number for the 2019 BET Awards. The “Level Up” singer looked radiant on the blue carpet (chosen instead of typical red to honor the late Nipsey Hussle) wearing the bright orange wrap minidress with structured point shoulders and a whimsical side train. She paired her stand-out look with coordinating strappy Stuart Weitzman heels.

Rihanna looked like the dominating rock star that she is wearing an oversized black leather wrap jacket with matching pants for the 2019 BET Awards. While the designer of her pantsuit hasn’t been confirmed, we think the silhouette looks awfully like some of her own Fenty creations for LVMH. When it came time to add accessories, the superstar opted for necklaces by Loree Rodkin.

Lizzo tried to bring nature-chic to the 2019 BET Awards, but she just turned out looking like a tree trunk. The “Juice” rapper donned a custom woodgrain House of Holland minidress with voluminous structured shoulders and booties that blended right in as they were made from the same print. Up next, check out the details of her matching hat…

Ella Mai was yet another star who wore a chic neon pantsuit to the 2019 BET Awards. The “Boo’d Up” singer donned an oversized lime green jacket with matching high-waisted slacks and strappy heels. Click on to check out her cool coordinating accessories…

Leave it to Cardi B to absolutely shut down the 2019 BET Awards fashion game! The “Please Me” rapper seriously slayed wearing a custom Nicolas Jebran gown in a bright lime green hue similar to that of Ella Mai’s pantsuit. The futuristic creation featured an intricately braided neckline, high structured shoulders and a beaded train fit for a queen. Floor-length fringe made way for two daringly high front slits that showed off Cardi’s gams and her sparkling Miu Miu shoes.

Yara Shahidi plucked her 2019 BET Awards ensemble straight off the Prabal Gurung Resort 2020 runway. “The Sun is Also a Star” actress looked fashion-forward to say the least wearing a gray turtleneck and oversized pastel sweater tucked into a turquoise sequin wrap-tied miniskirt. She polished off her bluesy look with black-and-white pointed Christian Louboutin pumps. Up next, check out Yara’s girly earrings up close…

The men of Migos — (from left) Offset, Takeoff and Quavo — dressed to impress with coordinating pastel suits at the 2019 BET Awards. The “Bad and Boujee” rappers accessorized their ’70s-style ensembles with custom Zana Bayne leather harnesses in corresponding shades of soft yellow, gray and baby blue.

And another one! DJ Khaled’s outfit for the 2019 BET Awards was just as much of a hit as his many No. 1 singles. The hot-shot music producer wore camo green pants and a matching button-up shirt painted with splatters of neon color and graffiti-style superheroes.

Prada or not, Anderson Paak’s blue camouflage tracksuit at the 2019 BET Awards just didn’t hit the fashion mark. Honestly, the “Make It Better” rapper’s busy all-over print made us just as delirious as Lil Nas X’s pattern overload did.


Sources from: Wonderwall

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