NAACP Image Awards Best Dressed

By Stephanie Baladi
Photos: Uptown Magazine

The 44th Annual NAACP Image Awards brought out some of the hottest stars in Hollywood. Bright colors and trendy silhouettes graced the red carpet on young women who pulled off the looks flawlessly. So, who were the fashion winners of the night?

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Halle Berry

Berry’s form-fitting Vivienne Westwood gown stunned as she kept hair and accessories–earrings and rings–simple to the let the simplicity and elegance of the dress shine.

Kerry Washington

A crowd favorite, Washington’s Oscar de la Renta dress was light and girly. The pastels and lace lent a delicate air to the piece. Her accessories matched perfectly, with a pink clutch and nude heels making sure they didn’t overpower or clash with the dress.

Frieda Pinto

Pinto looked mazing in her green James Ferreira gown, the color popping against the actress’ naturally tan complexion. She kept her accessories simple, letting the focus fall on the beaded bodice and waistline of her dress, letting her hair hang down loosely.

Keke Palmer

Palmer opted for a trendier piece, standing out on the red carpet in a bright blue. Her Naven gown featured a high neckline and slit up the leg as it flowed, giving it an ethereal feel. Her braided bun kept her hair up and away from the dress, not distracting from the magnificent piece.

Amandla Stenberg

This young starlet wowed in her ivory Rafael Cennamo dress. The piece was perfectly age appropriate, neither over-glamming her nor revealing too much. Her golden heels complimented her frock as her high bun and headband gave things a light, youthful feel.

Did you have any other favorites from the NAACP Image Awards? Share in the comments!

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