PHOTOS: Every Single Look From Last Night’s BET Awards

The red carpet at last night’s BET Awards in Los Angeles was like a runway of sorts. Ladies wore every style imaginable — from mini dresses to harem pants to couture confections. Some were obviously better dressed than others, but which lady looked best?

Our best dressed vote goes to Beyoncé, who looked amazing in a couture design by Stéphane Rolland. She skipped the red carpet, but couldn’t escape the photogs while sitting next to husband Jay-ZSelita Ebanks also looked fierce in a printed Falguni and Shane Peacock gown. She pulled off the look with ease, and the dress fit the statuesque model perfectly. And we don’t want to admit it, but Kim Kardashian actually looked great in a white Tom Ford dress. The front of the dress is simple, but the exposed zipper in the back is undeniably sexy. She chose the hue to match boyfriend Kanye West‘s all-white ensemble. And fun fact: Katniss Jennifer Lawrence wore the black version of Ford’s dress while promoting The Hunger Games earlier this year.

Conversely, Kerry Washington, Regina King, and LaLa Anthony didn’t impress on the red carpet. Washington’s Joseph Altuzarra bustier and J. Mendel skirt seemed way too casual for the event. The nude hue made her look naked, and the overall ensemble was just plain boring. Yawn. King’s look, however, made us giggle. The loose turquoise pants were ridiculous — they remind us of Princess Jasmin‘s bottoms. Anthony’s glittery Lois London jumpsuit was unflattering, to say the least. The loose fit and drop-crotch were a heinous combination.

We also have to give a shout out to the dudes. Busta Rhymes celebrated July 4th early with an American flag tank, while Hosea Chanchez and Miguel Jontel Pimente wore awesome monochromatic suits. And last but not least, Jermaine Dupri was preppy to the extreme.

See those looks and lots more in the gallery below:




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