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6 Best Looks at the 2015 People's Choice Awards

We give these celebs an A+ for their chic looks!

The 41st People's Choice Awards has officially kicked off award season for 2015 and as always, all eyes were on all the celebrities and what they were wearing, of course. And from what we saw on the red carpet, the biggest trends on the red carpet were black, white, embellishements, and structured silhouettes. But from all the killer looks of the night, we think these five celebrities below deserve to go home with an award for their A+ outfits.

  1. Our November cover girl Bella Thorne looked absolutely chic in this black tuxedo number. Her red lips and glossy hair gave her whole ensemble a timeless touch!

  2. Looks like Modern Family star Sarah Hyland can do no wrong on the red carpet. This girl's fashion game is strong with this embellished, off-white dress. Her sleek hair and minimal accessories adds an ultra chic vibe to her whole look.

  3. Iggy Azalea won another award in our eyes and that's for her super cute embellished crop top paired with tailored pants. Definitely a different look on the singer and we can't wait to see more looks like this from her in the future.

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  4. Another young star that looked great is Chloe Moretz in her totally on-trend outfit with a white turtle-neck and matching plaid skirt. 

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  5. Ginnifer Goodwin and Jane The Virgin's Gina Rodriguez were a perfect match at the show because of their complementing white and gray dresses and simple beauty looks.

  6. The girls of Fifth Harmony looked absolutely gorgeous all glammed up in black and champagne-colored outfits. The best part of their looks is that they each showed off their own personal style while still complementing each other.

Whose look did you like best? Which celebrity did you like but didn't make it to the list? Share your thoughts and comments with us below or tweet us at @candymagdotcom.

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Resident fashion and beauty girl. I’m a health-nut who devotes cheat days to french fries and other glorious carbs. I live at the beach and I can talk about movies, music,  clothes, and my current beauty obsessions for hours on end. 
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