Lucy Hale In Gabriela Cadena – 2014 People’s Choice Awards

Lucy Hale In Gabriela Cadena - 2014 People's Choice Awards

Lucy Hale made a colourful splash on the red carpet of the 40th annual People’s Choice Awards, hosted Wednesday evening (January 8) at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California.

The ‘Pretty Little Liars’ starlet, who is also up for the Favourite Cable TV Actress prize, wore an asymmetrical, one-shoulder design from Gabriela Cadena’s Spring 2014 collection in a painterly, abstract print of exploded flowers.

Taking the dress’s black sequin shoulder embellishment into consideration, she paired the dress with a crystallized black clutch and similarly sparkling, black Jerome C. Rousseau ‘Aizza’ pumps, also accessorizing with a range of jewels from Dana Rebecca Designs, EF Collection and Graziela Gems.

She completed the pretty picture with a loosely tied, low updo with face-framing tendrils, along with a smokey bronze eye and rosy mauve lip.

Although they weren’t plain-black pumps, I was still craving a more exciting shoe to match the dynamic, fun nature of those hot-pink flashes of floral in that frock. Do you agree?

Credit: Style.com & Getty

11 thoughts on “Lucy Hale In Gabriela Cadena – 2014 People’s Choice Awards

  1. Kathy

    Her black accessories are so dull, and she doesn’t have the height to pull off this look. The stubby round-toe shoes aren’t helping a bit.

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  2. Nat39

    The frock is pretty and colorful but in this length in combination with the pumps feels a bit mature for her. Slightly shorter/above-the-knee length and a playful sandal would’ve added some youthful flare to the look.

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  3. CreoleLady

    I like the single shouldered silhouette, very flattering. Would have loved a hot pink shoe (a sky-high pointy-toed pump or sandal).

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    1. Juliana

      I totally agreed. The dress should be shorter and I agree with FC about the shoes. Plus this is something that my mother would wear although it’s chic and sophisticated it ages her.

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  4. Jess2

    I think a sleeveless version would have better and a funkier shoe would have been great also. So it’s a kind of but not quite from me.

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