More starlets took to the orange carpet at Nickelodeon’s 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday (March 24) in Inglewood, California.
Lily Chee: There was so much charm tied up in this Isabel Marant asymmetrical dress, styled with Marc Jacobs heels, which was such a chic, fresh rendering of the LBD.
Kira Kosarin: With a play on menswear tailoring, this Barrus London ensemble featured plenty of feminine allure with the off-the-shoulder silhouette. A #NeverAgain pin completed the look.
Riele Downs: I was jumping for joy at the pure fun of this striped jumpsuit and super-heroine train, as it may have been bold and daring, but Riele had the attitude—and the gorgeous hair—to make it all so relevant for a Nickelodeon night. I don’t think the arm cuffs were necessary, as the look already had so much going for it.
Sadie Sink: This Hiraeth look relied on the sweetness of its boyish charm mixed with schoolgirl sweetness on the ‘Stranger Things’ actress.
Tiffani Thiessen: While I adore the vibrant coral and pink floral profile of this Cynthia Rowley ruffles frock, I don’t think the fit was as flattering as it could have been on Tiffani.
Madisyn Shipman: Not shy to serve up the vibrancy of spring hues, Madisyn combined her Romance Was Born dotted top with dandelion-yellow RED Valentino shorts, and candy-stripe Valentino shoes for a spirited look.
Kat Graham: Leaving us to only wonder what to ‘Reach For,’ Kat offered up this Cinq a Sept ensemble styled with Saint Laurent studded boots and Maria Black jewelry. I love the flirty appeal that her coral lip introduced to the look, and I think a similarly hued sandal would have also helped lighten the mood.
Jenna Ortega: With such a statement Tommy Hilfiger headline dress, Jenna couldn’t have definitely skipped such a graphic, striped Zara clutch. Her Aldo shoes fit right in, though.
Breanna Yde: I like how Breanna celebrated the sporty flirtation of this Dolce & Gabbana floral bomber jacket by pairing it with a Maje shirt, Topshop racing-stripe pants, and rag & bone boots.
Paris Berelc: Paris turned up the shine factor in this sultry, embellished Thai Nguyen Atelier design.
Annie LeBlanc: While Annie’s Alejandra G cage heels were perhaps a bit overwrought, I applaud her for choosing one feature accessory to go with her Colton Dane crop top and pretty-in-magenta Francesco Paolo Salerno shorts.
Chloe Kim: The little white dress was sweet and sassy on Chloe with this ruffled Rebecca Vallance frock.
Nia Sioux: We probably wouldn’t have looked twice at this Carven dress had it not been for its lipstick-red hue, which was a great shade for Nia and appropriately styled with matching ALEVì Milano ankle-strap sandals, and Belladaar jewelry.
Navia Robinson: You likely recognized this Dolce & Gabbana floral tapestry pattern from Breanna’s jacket. I loved seeing it manifested in this mini dress, which Navia paired with chunky gold Gucci shoes and a half-up ’do to ensure its youthful kick.