The Do Something Awards ceremony may be all about recognizing the youth who have been igniting social changes in their respective communities, but on the blue carpet, the stylish young Hollywood was just as successful in moving us with their sartorial choices. Piloting the night’s lineup of finely dressed stars was Lea Michele, who never ceases to wow us in her signature bombshell frocks. For the night’s socially-relevant festivities, Michele stepped out in a glorious Giorgo Armani mullet dress that oozed with high-octane sex appeal courtesy of the unforgivably-low neckline.
Sophia Bush, who is always the picture of class, donned a simple Olcay Gulsen column dress that beamed with tangerine goodness. Another lady bringing color to the event was Olivia Munn, who wore a bright pink mini from Alice+Olivia. Nikki Reed and Kelly Osbourne also joined the event wearing subdued floor-length frocks. Although their choices took on a more casual appeal, their accessories provided the needed sartorial statement. Reed cinched her waist with a thin metallic belt, while Osbourne carried a glittery gray clutch.
Young stars Keke Palmer and Bella Thorne each chose a foolproof white dress for the awards show. Palmer was chic and minimalist in a cap-sleeved dress, while Thorne hyped it out in a pristine white lace frock that could rival many of Taylor Swift’s princess-y outfits. Red carpet veteran Ashley Greene also looked put-together in her Michael Kors dress that had glorious safari-like prints.
Bridesmaids’ Ellie Kemper was one of our favorites of the night. The actress slipped into a stunning metallic bronze dress from Rafael Cennamo. The old-worldly prints of her dress also looked a bit similar to Charity Shea’s metallic cap-sleeved dress, one of the night’s many sartorial stunners.
While other stars battled it out with sweeping floor-length gowns, some stars also traversed a safer route towards style success such as Alek Wek, who chose a classic LBD for the event. Gillian Zinser also wowed in a figure-hugging floral printed mini, which she dressed down with a pair of ankle boots.
Aubrey Plaza’s cobalt blue frock was one of the more simple designs to decorate the blue carpet, but the quiet intricacy of the dress’ lace cutouts proved that fashion success can also come in the minute details.
Who do you think was best dressed? Click through the slideshow above to see our favorite looks from the red carpet.
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