The Best, Worst & Wackiest Fashions Of The 2011 Teen Choice Awards

By Leah OrnsteinRadar Style & Beauty Editor

Young Hollywood’s hottest stars hit the red carpet at the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday night at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, dressed to rock and shock. From Twilight vamps to teen dreams, has divided the style winners from the sinners in this special photo feature!

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Mirror mirror on the wall, who was the most stylish TCA starlet of them all?

The competition was fierce on the fashion front, as Taylor Swift looked white hot Old Hollywood style and Zoe Saldana sizzled in a multi-colored metallic Lanvin number, but the biggest babe of the evening was Blake Lively. The Gossip Girl showed off her covetable curves in a vibrantly hued Gucci Resort 2012 leather dress, which she perfectly paired with leopard print Christian Louboutin Pigalle pumps. Now only if she had Leo on her arm…

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Was Selena Gomez honoring her beau Justin Bieber by rocking purple Brian Atwood sandals and a matching Herve Leger clutch with her barely-there  mini?  The Disney hottie definitely showed off her bod in a buttercream Erin Fetherston dress, but it wasn’t doing her any fashion favors and seemed a bit racy for the Teen Choice crowd.

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And as for wacky fashion, it appeared that Tyra Banks thought she was headed to a costume party instead of the Teen Choice Awards. The Top Model host was dressed to shock in a black and yellow leather catsuit, which she described on Twitter as “fierce bumble bee.”

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What other stars were dressed to rock and shock on the fashion front at the 2011 Teen Choice AwardsClick here to find out.


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