The People’s Choice Awards 2014: The best dressed!

The People’s Choice Awards 2014: The best dressed!

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And so it begins!

The People’s Choice Awards officially marks the beginning of our favourite time of the year – awards season! It’s when you start to notice who will be dominating the red carpet over the coming weeks, not to mention who will be scooping up the shiny accolades. Yep, the People’s Choice Awards is the perfect ceremony to kick off the proceedings, and as a whole, we were quite impressed with what we saw on the all-important arrivals red carpet.

Sandra Bullock, the lady we will be keeping our eye on throughout awards season, didn’t let us down as she gave us a bright, bold, print-tastic look thanks to her Peter Pilotto dress. Anna Faris went in the totally opposite direction, and went for chic, subtle and understated in a beaded Naeem Khan top and trouser combo hot off the spring/summer 2014 runway.

Britney Spears also went for the nude theme (nude illusion, not Miley Cyrus naked) in a gorgeous Mikael D dress, while Jennifer Hudson also championed the minimal trend in a sleek white Kaufmanfranco dress.

Take a look at our highlights from the People’s Choice Awards 2014 red carpet below and let us know who gets your best dressed vote.

Jennifer Hudson in Kaufmanfranco

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Ana Faris in Naeem Khan

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Sandra Bullock in Peter Pilotto

sandra bullock

Naya Rivera in Michael Kors

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Nina Dobrev in Jenny Packham

nina dobrev

Allison Williams in David Koma

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Britney Spears in Mikael D

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Sarah Michelle Gellar in Sachin and Babi

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Jessica Alba in Jason Wu

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Kat Dennings in David Meister

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Beth Behrs in Giulietta

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Emily Deschanel in Max Azria 

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