Lea Michele, Haley Reinhart, Bella Thorne and Nikki Reed at the Do Something Awards.
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The Do Something Awards definitely isn't your average awards show. Instead of music, movies, or fashion, this annual event is all about honoring the young people who are making awesome social changes in their communities. But even though the focus isn't on fashion, some of our favorite nominees and presenters turned out in outfits so great, we just HAD to talk about them. So here goes! Lea Michele lead the biggest trend of the night, kicking things off in a cream ruffled Georgio Armani dress with a symmetrical plunging V-neckline and hi-rise hem. But the dress details weren't the only matching part of her look, since the actress paired the frock with a shimmery Fendi clutch, Jenni Kayne metallic sandals, and delicate silver earrings. Haley Reinhart was also feeling the shine last night in a sleeveless minidress, complete with cutouts and snakeskin print inching up the front. Bella Thorne opted for a girlier take on the neutral trend, in a scalloped lace BGBG number coupled with snakeskin ankle boots (plus a new hair color!). Finally, there's Nikki Reed, who has been absolutely RULING on the red carpet lately. She continued her streak of style hits this weekend in a taupe Lela Rose gown. Just like Lea, Nikki also paired her neutral dress with metallic accessories, carrying a silver box clutch and rocking sparkly Jimmy Choo sandals. Sandy shades may have dominated the carpet, but it wasn't the only look- other stars swung in the opposite direction with sleeveless, traffic-stopping bright dresses.
Olivia Munn, Aubrey Plaza, and Sophia Bush at the Do Something Awards.
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Olivia Munn stepped out in a hot pink Alice + Olivia dress with simple suede nude pumps. Meanwhile, Aubrey Plaza worked a similar sleeveless silhouette in a blue lasercut dress, also with nude heels (better invest in a pair now!). Sophia Bush kept things simple with a tangerine Olcay Gulson column gown and major gold bling.
Neutral or bold brights: which trend do you like better from last night's Do Something Awards? And more importantly, which star was YOUR best dressed?!