Country music phenom Carrie Underwood‘s CMA Awards co-hosting duties will also include big plans in terms of fashion— we can expect 11 costume changes that reflect all five decades of the annual event’s existence.
“There are some looks throughout our night that are very singular artist inspired and it should be evident,” Underwood disclosed to PeopleStyle. “But going back, there are just so many incredible, legendary ladies of country music. I didn’t wanna really completely pigeonhole myself to one artist. It’s about paying tribute as well.”
Besides representing the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and ’00s with iconic style elements, fans can also expect to be dazzled by five additional looks, including her red carpet look, performance costume, and afterparty ensemble.
Stylist and four-time Emmy Award-winning costume designer, Marina Toybina, is responsible for crafting the songbird’s array of show-stopping signature looks.
Let’s check out some of the sneak peeks Carrie Underwood has shared via Instagram below!
1970’s Fringe Details
1960’s Flower Power
1980’s Glam Rock
1990’s Lady in Red
2000’s Big Cat Carrie
Clearly that fabric choice is a nod to country music icon Shania Twain‘s “That Don’t Impress Me Much” music video styling.
We can’t wait to watch Carrie’s fashion evolution unfold on stage tonight!
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