8:07 pm PDT, Oct 21, 2020
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A loose white suit with no shirt underneath? Yes, that’s what Manuel Turizo wore at the Latin Billboard Music Awards. Make things worse? He also added chunky sneakers to the mix, marking himself with a serious lack of fashion.
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We loved the drama that Sofia Castro’s black ball gown brought to the carpet. From the unique sweep of that neckline to the super high slit on the right side, this black dress was anything but boring. The star spiced things up even more by pairing her tailoring with hot pink stiletto heels to add a pop of color.
We don’t know if Snow realized he was attending an awards show! The artist arrived in a denim jacket, white t-shirt, jeans and sneakers, topping it all off with a red hat for a truly lavish look.
Luis Fonsi certainly looked dapper in Dolce & Gabbana at the Latin Billboard Music Awards! The superstar arrived in this all-black ensemble, which featured surprisingly sparkly embellishments that enhanced her monochromatic ensemble. Let’s take a closer look …
Luis Fonsi stood out by wearing a sparkly dress shirt underneath his suit, which perfectly matched the ornate details along the lapels of his jacket.
There was a little too much going on with Nastassja Bolívar’s dress for our tastes. The two-tone dress featured a strapless neckline, super high slit and funky jagged hemline. And while those crisp shapes are visually interesting, we think the dress should have focused on less weird detail.
We loved the eye-catching blue and silver number Samadhi Zehdejas sported at the Latin Billboard Music Awards. The fun geometric design, cutouts at the waist and bodycon silhouette made this long sleeve model a star.
Now that’s a busy costume! We have to give it to Dalex, who wore this bold suit with a matching dress shirt underneath. The all-over print was a risk, but it certainly paid off at the Latin Billboard Music Awards.
It was black and silver for Jacqueline Bracamontes, who sported this bodycon black dress with dramatic silver embellishments along the bodice. We liked how the sparkly additions brightened up what would otherwise have been a simple LBD. But we’re missing the best part of this dress, which we’ll see next …
The back! Jacqueline Bracamontes’ dress featured mesh netting and even more gorgeous silver embellishments on the back, elevating this look even further.
Another star who sported black and silver? Carlos Vives, who seriously brightened up an otherwise simple all-black look with distressed silver details on his black jeans and insanely shiny silver sneakers.
Then? Someone who turned things around a bit – Ivy Queen! Instead of the popular black and silver trend, the star rocked black and gold. Sadly, this funky outfit wasn’t our favorite of the night, but we appreciated the layers of texture that all of the gold embellishments brought into the mix.
You don’t see metallic costumes very often, but Jay Wheeler chose this very unique style for the big night. We loved the shimmering coordinates and the way it rocked a black turtleneck underneath. Then? We are going to see his incredible accessories …
Completing Jay Wheeler’s sharp metal set? A silver chain, which he cleverly wore on his turtleneck, and a singular cross earring.
Although usually we would love this outfit – that killer Chanel sweater! those necklaces! – Yandel’s ensemble felt way too laid back for such a big night of Latin music. Maybe it was the half-open shirt? Whatever the reason, we had to ditch this one.
What could be cooler than a green velvet suit? Not much! J. Rey Soul of the Black Eyed Peas sported this cool ensemble with a black headband underneath. The only thing we weren’t crazy about? The funky sunglasses she sported on the red carpet.
J. Rey Soul wasn’t the only star wearing a killer green costume! Tempo also selected coordinates in the remarkable shade – although hers is of a silkier variety.
Jeimy Osorio arrived in this gorgeous butterfly covered ball gown! The strapless dress featured a black and gold base covered with dozens of gold and red butterfly embellishments on the dress, creating a whimsical 3D effect on the red carpet. We need to take a closer look …
Magnificent! The butterfly ornaments on Jeimy Osorio’s strapless tailoring brought a super unique 3D feel to her stunning look.
Aymée Nuviola impressed in this elegant LBD. We loved the off-the-shoulder sleeves, which featured a fun tiered ruffle detail, and the way the dress had a subtle mermaid-style silhouette, flared very slightly at the hem.
We weren’t fans of Yomaira Ortiz Feliciano’s welcome to Latin Billboards. The two-piece look featured a cropped black top, which went well on its own, but paired with the high-waisted half-leather half-multi-colored fringe skirt, this look fell flat. And those chunky heels didn’t help matters either.
Pablo Alboran kept things classic in all darkness on the big night. Despite the super simple look of a black dress shirt, suit, and dress shoes, we’re giving this one an A +.