Timeless Looks From the CMA Awards

In honor of the CMA Awards, we’re taking a look back at some of the most timeless red-carpet looks from country music's biggest night.

By: Sadee Hanson

Photo By: Jim Hagans / CMA

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Photo By: Bryan Bedder

Photo By: Jim Hagans / CMA

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Photo By: Bryan Bedder

Photo By: Jim Hagans / CMA

Little Big Town at the 2006 CMA Awards

The annual CMA Awards Show is dubbed “country music’s biggest night” – and for good reason. For the last 48 years, the industry’s best have been recognized during an elaborate, performance-filled night. While the show is all about music, the celebrities’ red-carpet fashion shouldn’t be missed, like, for example, Little Big Town's winning black-and-white ensemble in 2006. 

Taylor Swift at the 2008 CMA Awards

Shortly after releasing her album Fearless, Taylor Swift wore a glittery-gold sequin dress at the 42nd Annual CMA Awards.

Miranda Lambert at the 2013 CMA Awards

Miranda Lambert rocked a stunning royal-blue dress when she received the 2013 Female Vocalist of the Year award.

Kellie Pickler at the 2006 CMA Awards

Kellie Pickler attended the 40th Annual CMA Awards in a purple Grecian-style gown.

Sara Evans at the 2007 CMA Awards

Sara Evans looks like a modern-day Audrey Hepburn in this LBD and string of pearls.

Lee Ann Womack at the 2001 CMA Awards

Even though Lee Ann Womack wore this simple red dress 14 years ago, the look is timeless and versatile.

Reese Witherspoon at the 2008 CMA Awards

Reese opted for a mermaid-style black dress. Her loose curls and red lip pull the elegant ensemble together.

Reba McEntire at the 2012 CMA Awards

This country music queen sparkled in a short blue dress at the 46th Annual CMA Awards.

Gwyneth Paltrow at the 2010 CMA Awards

Singer/actor Gwyneth Paltrow shows leg in a one-shoulder ombre number.

Carrie Underwood at the 2008 CMA Awards

Carrie stuns in a bright, open-back gown.

Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman at the 2008 CMA Awards

This celebrity couple looks sleek and polished in neutral tones on the red carpet.