The "48th Annual American Country Music Awards" are pretty much the anti-Oscars, fashion-wise. Country singers have their own code of style, and if the glossy magazines and fashionistas don't like it, well they don't much care.
Tobi Lee of Mustang. Where do we begin? The sequined animal print. Snakeskin? Leopard? This could be why they are endangered. The bustier, the neon orange belt, the three-tiered tutu skirt and drag queen bondage shoes all make for a memorable outfit, but not for the way anyone wants to be remembered.
Shania Twain's strapless and shapeless black dress with over-the-knee boots is just a strange mix of two pieces that do not belong together on one person at the same time.
Kaley Cuoco looks like she's taking style tips from Miley Cyrus, and that is not a good thing. The hair? The push-up halter gown? She's another one who looks good in pretty much anything, but not this gown that looks as if it is going to transform into something else.
Meghan Linsey's white gown would have worked with just the black lacy trim at the neckline but that apron of black lace makes the trim singer look as if she has to fetch drinks for everyone else.
Joey Martin Feek always wears overalls, but really for a red carpet, in Vegas? Couldn't he have worn something that would not be appropriate for repairing the roof? And Rory Lee Feek's dress, orange on top, bleeding to light blue to midnight and fringe is also not dressy.