Neutral was the color palette this weekend at the the 25th annual Kids’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles, and I decided to share some of what i think were the best styles, pre-slime of course!
The country star chose an ivory chiffon Maria Lucia Hohan halter-neck dress and strappy gold Nicholas Kirkwood heels to accept Nickelodeon’s Big Help Award from Michelle Obama.
The First Lady made a surprise appearance to present The Big Help Award to Taylor Swift. Obama chose an embellished Wes Gordon tunic and silver metallic jeans for the occasion.
Kristen Stewart, who accepted the award for Favorite Movie Actress walked the orange carpet in a bold blue long-sleeved lace mini dress by Stella McCartney paired with matching suede Barbara Bui pumps. A sleek ponytail, silver stacking rings, and poppy nail polish finished off the look.
The teen star picked up two awards, Favorite Female Singer and Favorite TV Actress, in an embellished Dolce and Gabbana crop top and matching skirt. She teamed the look with pink Cesare Paciotti heels, beachy waves, and Ippolita jewelry.
The newly-blond actress stuck to a neutral palette in a cream Antonio Berardi design and taupe Alejandro Ingelmo ankle-strap wedges. Irene Neuwirth jewelry finished off the look.
Heidi Klum went minimal in a curve-hugging cream mini dress and thigh-high gray suede boots, both by Roland Mouret.
Katy Perry took home the award for Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie wearing a green slime-printed skirt and neon top from Gerlan Jeans. Matching Prada peep-toe pumps and a high ponytail completed the look.
Nicki Minaj worked a dress covered with ticket stubs to present the award for Favorite Music Group to Big Time Rush. She topped off the look with a pink headband, leg warmers, and teddy bear-embellished boots.
The star added edge to her backless blue leather Porter Grey dress with black booties and a gold Edie Parker clutch.
Victoria Justice, whose series Victorious took home the blimp statuette for Favorite TV Show, brought a pop of color to the orange carpet in a coral Elizabeth and James short suit paired with a ruffled white blouse and crystal-studded Valentino booties. "I thought it was great for spring," Justice told reporters of her outfit.
Hunger Games actress Isabelle Fuhrman wore blue floral shorts and matching blouse by Jason Wu, the shoes are Casadei.
Modern Family’s Ariel Winter worked a white lattice Cynthia Rowley dress and black suede Aldo wedges on the orange carpet.
The Modern Family actress brightened up the orange carpet in a poppy wraparound Myne dress accessorized with a gold Kotur clutch and Cesare Paciotti strappy sandals.
Ashley Tisdale cinched her Kymerah handkerchief hem dress with a wide black belt, and paired the design with fringed B Brian Atwood heels and a black Edie Parker clutch.
Amandla Stenberg and Willow Shields
Hunger Games stars Amandla Stenberg (Rue) and Willow Shields (Primrose Everdeen) posed together on the orange carpet. Stenberg chose a Tony Ward dress and metallic Kate Spade brogues, while Shields opted for a printed Marc by Marc Jacobs skirt and matching pink top.
Kelly Osbourne interviewed celebrities on the orange carpet in an embellished Tony Ward dress paired with pink peep-toe Giuseppe Zanotti pumps.
Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka chose a Sixties-style shift dress and low, beige heels for the event. A topknot and minimal makeup finished the look.
iCarly’s Jennette McCurdy accepted the award for Funniest TV Sidekick wearing a sequined Basix dress and white Miu Miu heels.
Dancing with the Stars’ Karina Smirnoff posed for photos in a curve-hugging lace design, which she paired with shoulder-dusting earrings and bow-topped two-tone pumps.
Willow Smith toughened up her white Chanel dress with a cropped leather jacket, a detachable collar, loads of bangles, and fringed Chanel biker boots.