The Good, The Bad And The JLo: The Only People's Choice Looks You Need To See

The Good, The Bad And The JLo: The Only People's Choice Looks You Need To See

Blake Lively sashayed around in sequins and Fifth Harmony did Destiny's Child circa 2001...

The People's Choice Awards 2017 took place last night, marking another big occasion on the award season circuit. And, while some of the a-list guests shone on the red carpet, others lost all sense of taste.

Below is our InStyle take on the People's Choice Awards:

Best Audition: Blake Lively In Elie Saab

Shirley Bassey is missing a costume! Poised for the remake of Chicago, the Gossip Girl certainly knows how to work her best assets: those pins and that incredible post-baby body. It seems someone can't shake off those festive feelings.

Best/Worst Remake: Fifth Harmony In Pretty Little Thing

Destiny’s Child called and they want their 2001 wardrobe back. Award-winning girlband Fifth Harmony tackled some of the 00’s toughest trends: corsets, weird off-shoulder shawl vibes, diamante chokers and a tricky colour palette. In the clothes they're wearing, they didn’t quite bring it, but in the words of Beyonce and co., "all the women who independent, throw your style up at me."

Sexiest Woman: JLo In Reem Acra

What this woman doesn't know about being sexy AF isn't worth knowing. Fresh from going public about her romance with Drake, Jenny from the block, has certainly got a lot of sass in this floor length number. Congrats for putting the FIT into fitting once again, Jen.

Best Commitment To Character: Ruby Rose In Veronica Beard

It’s always great when life imitates art and here the Orange Is The New Black star taking serious inspiration from her prison overalls.

Weirdest Trend: Sarah Jessica Parker

Speaking of festive and noughties, SJP proves that ruffles and metallic can be a winning combination, even well into January. But those detached sleeves? Let’s not make this a thing.

Best Newcomer: Yara Shahidi in Off-White

Star of Blackish, 16-year-old Yara showed a style prowess beyond her years. Tapping nicely into the monochrome op-art trend that you won’t be able to move for come spring 2017. The actress does well to wear this tricky dress rather than let it wear her.

Loving the awards season glamour so far? Come and remind yourself of all those lovely Golden Globes 2017 dresses from a few weeks ago. 

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