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CMA Awards 2013: The Glamorous Red Carpet Looks You Need to See

CMA Awards 2013: The Glamorous Red Carpet Looks You Need to See

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On November 6th, country’s finest took over the red carpet at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn. for the 47th Annual Country Music Association Awards — and they brought their fashion A-game.

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Taylor Swift showed off a dramatic crimson gown that perfectly matched her signature red pout, Carrie Underwood went nude, and Kellie Pickler revealed plenty of curves. This was only the beginning.

Classic side-swepts, sheer couture, and plenty of jewels gave the popular ceremony an old Hollywood flair, transforming the women into leading ladies of the stage. And whether they ultimately ended the night with an award or not, they succeeded in making country music look extra glamorous.

Check out some of our favorite picks below:

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Sheryl Crow

The singer shows off black floor-length gown featuring a golden neckline to complement her pompadour-esque hair.

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Faith Hill

Hill channels her inner Grecian goddess alongside husband Tim McGraw, while cinching her waist with a metallic belt. Her dress is designed by Lanvin.

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Jana Kramer

Kramer is wearing a dress from the Theia Couture collection.

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Miranda Lambert

Lambert shows off her slimmer figure in a curve-hugging cobalt dress, sparking headlines. Her dress is by Roberto Cavalli.

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Kacey Musgraves

Musgraves' dress was designed by Blumarine.

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Jennifer Nettles

Nettles opts for a '20s inspired drop-waist dress created by Naeem Khan.

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Kellie Pickler

Kellie Pickler reveals a Georges Chakra creation.

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Cassadee Pope

While the singer's fishnet dress and bold highlights weren't an instant favorite among several fashion critics, it did manage to get people talking.

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Taylor Swift

Swift looks red hot in Elie Saab Couture.

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Carrie Underwood

Underwood shines with a nude dress designed by Ralph & Russo.

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Joy Williams and Connie Britton

The ladies went for the classic LBD, but which one is your favorite?

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