THE MANY FASHION LOOKS OF THE 2022 AMAS SHOW. SHARING SOME OF THE LOOKS OF THE 2022 AMAS & THE RED CARPET. TEXT © RISSI JC

THE MANY FASHION LOOKS OF THE 2022 AMAS SHOW

March 8, 2022 1 Comment

When it comes to the grand and glittering award shows that dominate in the world of Hollywood elite, I am over them. They no longer hold any appeal (starting from pretty minor) and I completely ignore their existence. That said, of course, I still see when they’re to air given the social media posts. Stepping away from the norm, today I’m taking a look at some of the fashion of the 2022 AMAs in a kind of, do we like this? sort of look-book.

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As is evidenced from a very recent publication here, I do enjoy looking at fashion now and then and pulling things from the world of fashionistas. Plus, while it’s been MORE than a minute, I did once publish things like this off and on. So I suppose you could say that I’m doing a little nostalgia throwback. There’s lots of different looks from the show and some that, while definitely “fancy” just don’t feel like the kind of fancy I’d imagine from such an event. But with the “who’s who” of country music in attendance, the event, which was held in Vegas, went off and features some… interesting looks to say the least. Let’s take a look.


THE FASHION OF THE 2022 AMAS


THE GIRLY LOOKS

We love a good “girly” look! I’m here for the return of pretty and feminine, but then I’ve never liked the harsh looks or heavy eye makeup type grudge

One thing most of these looks have in common is a high split which isn’t my thing, but we’ll feature some of these more feminine looks just because honestly I still like some aspects of these styles. New female artist of the year nominee Tenille Arts wore a Cinderella-esque a-line ball gown in a stunner of a blue color and a high split that gives it more modern feels. Same goes for the bodice design which I don’t love, but do like the statement sleeve. Again I’m not into the high slits, but I like some aspects of this design. Just not everything. Then Bridget Bah wore a simple strapless dress that she elevates with some long white gloves.

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Best female artist nominee Carly Pearce opts for a beautiful lavender ball gown in the same kind of style as Tenille’s. Brooke Eden also has a little princess moment in a kind of Ariel number in the most beautiful sea green shade that seems to shimmer because of its cut and fabric. Plus, for a bit of fun, why not add some feather detailing to the hem?

THE ROCKER LOOKS

Speaking of grunge…these looks take on more of that rocker vibe! Let’s see some that fit this.

Usually someone with a red carpet look I like, Carrie Underwood goes a bit more “rocker chic” with her short rhinestone silver number. Just not liking the vibe she has in this one, but the crisscross neckline does add a little bit of a statement. Additionally, I can appreciate that she goes for a sleek hair “down” look rather than the overused beachy waves. Though perhaps not “rocker” in the way I typically think of the look, Sirus journalist Macie Banks also sports a bolder look in a sequined all-black gown with some feather accents and a super high split, too. Walking the red carpet with her husband, Jason, Brittany Aldean also sports more of a rocker-y vibe in a blend of fuchsia and a kind of orchid number that’s short and definitely full of sparkle! While I like the color, and do appreciate that the cuts are more unique, it’s not something I’d ever wear. Like Carrie’s, it’s just way too short.

THE MANY FASHION LOOKS OF THE 2022 AMAS SHOW. SHARING SOME OF THE LOOKS OF THE 2022 AMAS & THE RED CARPET. TEXT © RISSI JC
THE SIMPLE BUT CHIC LOOKS

Stars opt for simpler but chic looks that still have some sparkle but don’t seem over the top!

Music star Mickey Guyton opts for simple yet elegantly classy in this black dress covers in pretty rows of rhinestones. Do we like? I’m here for simple and a classic black dress is never out of style. Contrast Mickey with Kelsea Ballerini and honestly… while the LBD look is still in place and adding gloves (gives the ensemble an elevated classy look, the plunge is far too low for me. Still I like that she has an updo! Helps her standout.

THE MANY FASHION LOOKS OF THE 2022 AMAS SHOW. SHARING SOME OF THE FASHION OF THE 2022 AMAS & THE RED CARPET. TEXT © RISSI JC

What about you? Do you see any you like? Do you think you’d wear any variation of these? Who are your favorite country artists? Or do you detest country music? What fashion of the 2022 AMAs looks did I miss that you love? Comment all the comments below – and I’m 100% going to make every effort to reply promptly. So let’s chat.

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amateur photog. #bookblogger. downton abbey. inspys. internet-photo-shy. writer. the aspiration is to someday write professionally. a girl can dream, right?

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