People’s Choice Awards: What the stars wore

People’s Choice Awards: What the stars wore

How Priyanka Chopra, Kate Hudson, Shay Mitchell and a galaxy of stars rocked the People's Choice Awards red carpet in shimmery ensembles and haute pantsuits.

The 2016 award season's on, and as usual the stars of the small screen were no less dazzling than their silver-screen counterparts. The most fashionable dazzled in silvery sheens and the classic black at the People's Choice Awards that was held at the Microsoft Theater on December 6, 2016. A few lacy numbers turned heads, while pastel shades provided a much welcome relief to the eye. Here's a quick look at the fashion stars of the evening.

Indian beauty and Favourite Actress-winner Priyanka Chopra shone in a sequin gown by Vera Wang that went from silver to gold — making a not-so-subtle statement, you think? Matching silver shoes completed the look. (Source: AP)

Kate Hudson, the Rock the Kasbah star, looked amazing in a white strapless jumpsuit on the red carpet, pairing it with dangly earrings by Jorge Adeler. (Source: AP)

Ashley Benson, from Pretty Little Liars, went for an austere look in a black minidress with embellished shoulder details that showed off her legs. The minimalist sandals by Nicholas Kirkwood finished off the look. (Source: AP)

Shay Mitchell looked every bit the femme fatale in her backless black gown with black strap detailing in the slit by Haney. (Source: AP)

Keke Palmer wowed everyone in a two-piece ensemble by Yousef Al-Jasmi, featuring a lacy long-sleeved crop top and silky maxi skirt. (Source: AP)

Kat Graham, from The Vampire Diaries, carried off the black and white knee-length number with a sheer hem to perfection. The geometric heels rounded-off the patterned look. (Source: AP)

Keeping up the sheen and sparkle of the evening, High School Musical star Vanessa Hudgens stunned in a gunmetal lamé strap gown by Kayat, which she paired with scrappy sandals. (Source: AP)

Deviating from her Pretty Little Liars co-stars Troian Bellisario, ditched the all-black look for a white and blue crew-neck Caterina Gatta gown with a chain pattern. It was definitely one of the offbeat looks on the red carpet. (Source: AP)

Packing in the oomph, Meagan Good, The Minority Report star rocked the red carpet in a seafoam green, scarf-hem gown by Alice + Olivia. This is a perfect example of how soft colours can have a hard impact. (Source: AP)

Claire Danes, The Homeland actress brought in a bit of Grecian oomph in a black and white backless gown with a keyhole cutout and sheer mesh panelling. (Source: AP)

Matching the reds, Abigail Spencer (of Rectify) wore a gorgeously formal crimson minidress and convertible skirt by Alexia Maria with a peekaboo hem that showed off her toned legs. (Source: AP)

Community alum Alison Brie looked pretty in a mint frock by Cushnie Et Ochs. (Source: AP)

Yet another number where lace was chic, Pretty Little Liars' Lucy Hale sashayed down the red carpet in dress with a plunging corset-like neckline and sheer lace details that simply turned heads. (Source: AP)

Lea Michele flaunted her athletic frame in a figure-hugging black bodycon Ellie Saab dress with see-through panelling. (Source: AP)

One of the few to opt out of blacks and silvers, Revenge actress Amber Valletta went head-to-toe nude in a sexy cutout number. (Source: AP)

Sultry Natalie Dormer from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay sashayed down the red carpet in all-black on the step and repeat in a sheer turtleneck and jumpsuit by Roland Mouret. (Source: AP)

Vanessa Hudgens (left) with Dancing With the Stars judge Julianne Hough, who looked stunning in a sleek, sparkly off-the-shoulder gown with sexy cutouts by Kaufmanfranco. (Source: AP)