Trisha Yearwood Stuns at the ACM Awards in a Figure-Flattering Leopard Print Dress

Trisha Yearwood Stuns at the ACM Awards in a Figure-Flattering Leopard Print Dress

Garth Brooks may have been the host of the 58th ACM Awards, but there’s no denying that it was his wife who stole the show.

Trisha Yearwood walked the red carpet, performed onstage, and presented an award, and each moment came with its own breathtaking fashion look. Of course, Trisha is no stranger to the ACM Awards. The 53-year-old icon received her first award for Top New Female Vocalist back in 1991.

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To kick off the night, Trisha shut down the red carpet in a figure-flattering animal print dress with matching belt by Dolce & Gabbana. She paired the look with chunky black heels. The dress might be pricey, but you can snag a similar shirt on Amazon for $20.

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She posed alongside Garth Brooks, her husband of 17 years. Garth, who co-hosted the show with Dolly Parton, went for a classic look in head-to-toe black, from his cowboy hat to his boots.

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Trisha later took the stage with Carly Pearce to sing a medley of her hits, including “Wrong Side of Memphis,” “XXX’s and OOO’s (An American Girl),” and “She’s in Love with the Boy.”

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Trisha wore a hot pink jumpsuit with a keyhole neckline, balloon sleeves, and sequins details. (See a similar jumpsuit here).

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Before fans had a chance to catch their breath, Trisha returned to the stage in yet another outfit to announce the winner of Entertainer of the Year. The award went to Chris Stapleton. For this moment, she went for a more formal black gown with a cutout neckline and rouched details.

Even though Trisha was not nominated for any awards this year, she certainly was a star of the night!

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Katie Bowlby is Digital Director at Country Living, where she covers gift guides, product reviews, crafts, and TV shows like Yellowstone. She’s currently stitching up a cross-stitch pattern for the magazine’s next issue 

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