25 BET Awards Red Carpet Outfits That Celebrated Individual Style
With only a few days left until its telecast, the 2015 BET Awards red carpet is shaping up to be another exciting night of fashion. In honor of that, let's take a look back at 25 outfits that took everyone's breaths away. The biggest superstars of music, TV, and film come together for the annual awards show, and truly BRING IT on the carpet. From Beyoncé to Zendaya, these gorgeous ladies and gentlemen of the BET Awards prove that the best fashion moment is one that celebrates individual style. True, these celebrities have a glam squad that get them red carpet ready for any event, but without the strict dress code of the Met Gala and similar events, the stars at the BET red carpet only follow one rule: slay them with style.
Kerry Washington, 2014
The TV star looked radiant in this garden party stunner.
A throwback nod to Aaliyah and Left Eye with a dash of Cutthroat.
Taraji P. Henson, 2011
Henson (pre-Cookie) serving up golden goddess.
The legs, the ruffles, the styling give me life.
Michelle Williams, 2014
Michelle looked glam in this gown’s bright color and interesting neckline.
Pharrell and Ciara, 2008
The cool kids. I want to be them.
Regina Hall, 2014
This is how you wear a power suit.
Gabby Douglas, 2013
Kicking butt at the Olympics and on the red carpet.
Tracee Ellis Ross, 2011
The TV star dazzled in this metallic mini.
Nicki Minaj, 2011
Like a BOSS.
The details and structure make Brandy’s getup a knockout.
Angela Bassett, 2013
Screen diva Angela slayed in black and gold.
Meagan Good, 2013
The actress vamped it up in blue.
Alicia Keys, 2009
Confident and poised, but with a little bit of edge.
Latarsha Rose, 2014
The actress mixed up hard and soft style elements and the result is fierce.
Willow and Jaden Smith, 2011
Willow’s Fresh Prince tee though.
The Oscar winner is channeling Diana Ross in this metallic gown.
Who needs a suit if you’ve got Miguel’s red carpet swagger?
Holly Robinson Peete, 2014
Flowy, pretty pastel looks amazing on the statuesque star.
Mary Mary 2009
The singing duo looked lovely in coordinated black and white ensembles.
Baroque and fabulous.
Nia Long, 2010
The bold and dynamic print on Nia’s dress is wonderful, but she really nailed this look with her makeup and hair styling.
Not one of Queen B’s most iconic red carpet outfits, but only she can pull off satin chartreuse with a statement belt like a true star.