Top 3 Style Winners at American Music Awards

Last night’s 2011 American Music Awards was full of entertaining performances and stylish looks from the talented guests. Some of my favorite looks of the night were:

1. Jennifer Lopez: This woman is hot! She can dance better than most of her competitors who are half her age. She donned several outfits throughout the night including a barely-there Britney-esque bedazzled leotard during one of her performances. My favorite look of the night was the black and sheer gown she wore to accept her award. Her hair was pinned back in classic J.Lo style, exposing stunning drop earrings.  If you want to get the same look, try out these CZ earrings for an incredible sparkle.

2. Katy Perry: She’s fun, adorable and sexy all rolled up into one fabulously talented performer. She received a standing ovation during her performance while she wore a Jetsons-like pink ensemble. Her red carpet look was the real attention grabber. She wore a Vivienne Westwood gown on the red carpet with a amazing hairpiece designed by Westwood and accessorized with large cocktail rings.

Katy Perry - American Music Awards 2011

3. Heidi Klum: There were lots of silver looks at the AMAs but the best use of silver award goes hands-down to supermodel Heidi Klum. Her cut-out knee-length dress was simple but made a big impact. Accessorize this look with silver jewelry with bright gemstones to really make them pop.

Heidi Klum - American Music Awards 2011

What were your favorite looks of the night?

Katy Perry glams it up in Germany

Katy Perry's earrings look elegant.Katy Perry has been known to wear some rather, shall we say, unorthodox things in the public eye. From the blue wig she sported recently to the cupcake bra she made famous in the video for her hit single California Girls, it seems like Perry can always be trusted to push the limits of fashion. However, she was all glam and traditional recently at the launch of her new perfume Purr at Douglas Shop in Cologne, Germany.

“Cologne” – the English word we use to mean fragrance – derives from the German city, which was the birthplace of “eau de Cologne” and still houses the Farina Fragrance Museum, so it’s no surprise that Perry was there to promote her new perfume.

But the normally flamboyant songstress was all class in a lavender gown, long, dark eyelashes and a pair of sparkling diamond earrings. Perry looked as elegant as ever with her shimmering jewelry and unique frock.