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The Billboard Music Awards went down this weekend, and the celebs have finally finished polishing their awards and have gotten around to uploading their drop-dead gorgeous red carpet looks to social media. 

The likes of Bebe Rexha, Vanessa Hudgens and Noah Cyrus all donned their finest threads to walk the red carpet on one of the biggest music nights of the year, and here's what they chose to wear:

Vanessa Hudgens

 

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Bebe Rexha

 

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Hailee Steinfeld

Nicole Sherzinger

 

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Olivia Munn

 

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Noah Cyrus

 

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Lea Michele

 

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Since having a fleeting romance with Justin Bieber this year, Sofia Richie has sky-rocketed to the mainstream.

She's now seen out partying with the likes of Rita Ora, Paris Hilton and Kylie Jenner – all major fashionistas in their own right. I've been keeping an eye on Sofia's style for months now because frankly, I think it's weird and wacky (in a good way).

Sofia is not your average girl-next-door celeb and often dons pretty 'out-there' outfits – something I thought I could never pull off myself. But I wanted to, so I tried.

After creeping on her Instagram page I took on my next quest of Dressing Like A Celeb. Not wanting to spend very much cash, I had a ponder on PrettyLittleThing for inspiration and was pretty happy to discover the likes of Sofia-worthy trousers for only €9.80, as well as a gorgeous LBD for €21. Steal!

OK, so for my first outfit I went for a dress, over a jumper and some black leather thigh-high boots.

Honestly, I thought this looked bizarre on her Insta, but was very surprised when I put the clothes on myself. It actually looked pretty good?

I thought matching a skin-tight LBD with an army-print jumper underneath would look awkward AF and totally out of place.

But do you know what? I might consider wearing something like this for the Christmas party season. With the black dress only costing €21 and the khaki top at €8.40 (OK so the boots are my own), you couldn't get any better than that for an outfit around this time of year. I felt slick and I was comfy and warm so I'm going to put this outfit as a win.

Me – 1, Sofia – 0

 

For my next outfit, I decided to try something a bit more casual, but still 'out-there' nonetheless. This consisted off crazy-coloured tracksuit bottoms and a crop top.

Now, I'll be the first to tell you that my wardrobe is practically full of black, so wearing brightly-coloured trackies is something I'd never ever do. Not even in bed when I'm mighty hungover. It's just a no-no for me. And I think this outfit was a definite no-no for me, too.

Even though it was casual, I felt gawky. I felt too BRIGHT, like there was flashing Christmas lights wrapped around my legs. 

However, if you're into these PrettyLittleThing trackies, they do come in at just under a tenner. Many people would wear this outfit and be able to pull it off, but I felt awkward (as you can probably notice in the picture). Sofia wins this one. 

Me – 1, Sofia – 1

 

For the last outfit, I'll admit I picked something I knew I'd never wear right off the bat. While I loved the pieces on Sofia separately (that coat is #goals), I'd never wear them together. Eh, where's her trousers at?!

But yet again, I was surprised. It looked super cool, and it was cosy (even though I only had two items of clothing on).

Now before I get carried away, I'd definitely need something underneath this if I was to wear it out, but I think it worked well.

It was the most expensive outfit, with both the thigh-high boots and aviator jacket costing €70 a piece, but I'd happily pay that because the quality was fab.

Actually… I was delighted with the outfit! I'll give this half a point, because honestly, I picked it for the lolz, but then was quite pleased with the outcome.

Total: Me – 1.5, Sofia, 1

 

I didn't think any of these outfits would suit me and believed that only the rich and famous could pull something like this off.

So, I guess it just goes to show that it's OK to step outside of your comfort zone every once in a while. You might be surprised – I definitely was.

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Leggings, a crop top and a silk bomber – yep, it's pretty much the unofficial uniform of the Insta-supermodel pack.

While Kendall Jenner (and her little sis Kylie) rock a black bomber very well, it's NYFW fave Gigi Hadid who wins out. Never has the relaxed 'I'm just off to spin class' look been pulled off with such style and confidence.

Sadly, Gigi's Saint Laurent bomber will set you back over €2,000, but you don't need a supermodel budget to imitate her style.

Our fave high street and online retailers have some seriously sweet bomber offerings for SS16 that won't see you dropping two months salary in one go…

1. The khaki one

Kendall Bomber Jacket, €40, Dresses.ie

 

2. The sporty one

Katie Sport Stripe MA1 Bomber, €27, Boohoo.com

 

3. The neutral one

Tan Faux Suede Bomber Jacket, €75, River Island

 

4. The 'dress it up or down' one

Floral Embroidered Bomber Jacket, €69.95, Zara

 

5. The classic

Navy Padded Double Pocket Bomber Jacket, €44.99, New Look

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Even with their enormous bank accounts (that would make most of us cry), some celebrities know the thrill of a good fashion bargain.

From Taylor's matching sets to Beyoncé's skinny jeans, here are ten times celebs snapped up a low-cost look:

Kendall Jenner

Ms Jenner stepped out in New York wearing high-waisted Topshop jeans, which seem to be a regular fix in her outfit rotation. And at €55, Kendall sure knows good fashion values. 

 

Emily Ratajkowski

Only last month, model of the moment Emily, wore a sulty Penneys skirt. Yep, you heard that right: Penneys! A less than €10, Emily is now our new style Queen!

 

Reese Witherspoon

Reese was spotted several times over the past few months wearing these Puma white tennis shoes that will only set you back €50!

 

Kendall Jenner

Kendall really loves a good bargain, as she was spotted sporting another high street find, this time a fab khaki jumpsuit from Forever 21

 

Amy Schumer

Amy has also jumped on the Forever 21 bandwagon. Spotted in Sydney airport, we think she looks great in this poncho, which cost under €30. 

 

Gigi Hadid

Gigi keeps it fresh in NYC, wearing an ASOS midi tank dress. At only €50, Ms Hadid dressed it up a bit by adding a wrap-around belt and matching sunnies. 

 

Kylie Jenner

Kylie was spotted wearing this striking H&M red dress that sold for less than €50. Of course she teamed it up with an ultra-expensive Balenciaga bag though. Oh, Kylie.

 

Taylor Swift

Taylor danced the day away in a plaid bikini from ASOS. We don't think we could look that good in this €39 bikini though!

 

Miranda Kerr

Miranda may have found the chicest yet cheapest dress ever. Just off the racks, Ms Kerr stunned in this H&M floating, blue printed number. 

 

Beyoncé

Queen Bey stepped out wearing yet another pair of H&M jeans recently, at less than €20, we love how she matched them with this stunning Alice + Olivia blouse. 

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Last night's Golden Globes really covered all fashion extremes! From Emma Stone's stunning Lanvin jumpsuit to Keira Knightley's questionable lumpy floral number, there were some great style moments and some… well… not so great.

Let's take a look back at a few of the best and worst looks from last nights awards show.

The best

1. Emma Stone in Lanvin
Not everyone wore a ballgown – Emma looked every bit the elegant style queen in her sparking jumpsuit. Win!

2. Kate Beckinsale in Elie Saab
Kate played it safe in this neutral low-cut gown, but it totally paid off.

3. Kelly Osbourne in Christian Siriano
Kelly looked FIERCE in this deep blue number that clung in all the right places.

4. Lorde in Narciso Rodriguez
Another non-dress! We have big love for this feminine take on the classic tux.

 

The worst

1. Lana del Rey in a Quality Street wrapper
Crinkled = satin = turquoise = WTF?!

2. Dakota Johnson in a sequinned boob tube
Yes, it's Chanel. Yes, the top half looks like something we would have worn to a teen disco back in 2002. You win some, you lose some.

3. Felicity Jones in neck-to-toe satin
That high neck line is a bit too Downton Abbey…

4. Keira Knightley in a Victorian nightgown
Why the neck frill? Why, oh why, the neck frill? This dress took 30 people to make but we reckon we could have done a better job with our nana's sewing machine and a few metres of old curtain.

 

A special mention

Catherine Zeta-Jones proving she is the dramatic red dress emoji IRL
Some clever photoshopping by this fan revealed the TRUTH!

 

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Capes are everywhere this season and come in a variety of different shapes and styles to suit everyone. Not surprising, celebrities have jumped on the latest trend and have given us plenty of inspiration on how to wear it.

Dita Von Teese

For a little bit of glamour, Dita Von Teese’s full length one is ideal. This one from Brown Thomas is definitely an investment piece.

Alexa Chung

This woman can do no wrong. Her blanket-like cape would certainly keep you warm on a romantic stroll – we can all dream, right? If this is the style you like, this cape from Warehouse will have you strutting the streets like Alexa.

Carey Mulligan

A cape doesn’t have to be simply about keeping you warm. Why not incorporate it into your evening wear like Carey. This one from Asos would be perfect for nights out.

Daisy Lowe

How many people look this stylish walking a dog?! The heavy knit will keep you warm and looks great with skinny jeans and winter boots. If this is the style you are after, you need this one from Zara in your life. 

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We’re loving this infographic of every Best Actress gown at the Academy Awards since 1929.

It’s amazing to see how fashion has evolved over the decades and how some styles even made a return.

Which one is your favourite?

OscarDresses

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