Fifth Harmony's CMT Award Red Carpet Looks Were A Coordinated Masterpiece — PHOTOS
Fifth Harmony is a unit. Fifth Harmony is a team. Fifth Harmony slays the whole game together. That was no different on Wednesday night. Fifth Harmony's CMT Awards red carpet looks were coordinated, sexy, and completely flawless. While the ladies also rock unique, complimentary ensembles, their all white everything looks at the award show was totally killer, and each of the ladies looked better than ever.
Fifth Harmony rocking killer outfits isn't a new phenomenon, though. Practically since the moment they formed, they've been rocking it on red carpets. Just like Wednesday at the CMT Awards, the ladies know how to remain true to their personal styles while still looking like a cohesive group. Basically, they're doing girl group fashion right!
On Wednesday evening, the ladies decided to go monochromatic not only with their individual looks but also with their group vibe. The ladies stunned in all white, and it was hard to miss them as they strolled across a hot pink carpet. Froom high necked, full length gowns to a gorgeous floral lace pantsuit, the diversity of looks made the monochromatic color work.
So while the pink carpet was full of country stars and celebrities looking totally flawless, Fifth Harmony was definitely able to stick out from the crowd. It's a total killer feat considering many wouldn't expect the group to be in attendance.
To say the looks were diverse would be an understatement. With Normani Hamilton and Lauren Jauregui rocking totally 90s style sheath dresses with spaghetti straps, they were totally on trend.
Meanwhile, Dina-Jane Hansen looked gorgeous in a lace jumpsuit with a plunging neckline.
As for Camila Cabello, she looked gorgeous in a full-length, high neck brocade gown with cap sleeves.
Ally Brook kept thing a bit more low-key in a more boho style frock with lace panels.
Basically, every laid slayed the scene tonight. Fifth Harmony's CMT Awards red carpet looks were cohesive, coordinated, but still totally showcased their personal styles, and I can't get enough.