Emma Roberts won praise from the fashion world for the Peter Pilotto midi-dress she donned at the Teen Choice Awards 2015.
Emma Roberts raised the fashion stakes at last night's (16.08.15) Teen Choice Awards 2015 in a Peter Pilotto midi-dress.
The 'We're The Millers' actress presented an award to 'The Hunger Games' star Josh Hutcherson in the white and rainbow pastel print dress that made sure she stood out from her 'Scream Queens' co-stars on stage.
However, it was the 70s-inspired colour palette of the blonde beauty's frock that drew the most attention and stood out from her young peers.
Hollywood Reporter's style blog Pret-a-reporter praised the star on her choice of stylish ensemble.
An Instagram post: ''@EmmaRoberts in Peter Pilotto and @therealsarahhyland in @csiriano looked summertime chic at The Teen Choice Awards.''
Meanwhile, 'Modern Family' actress Sarah Hyland was saved from flashing the audience as she stumbled over a neon light on stage, but was able to spring straight back up, thanks to her loose fitting buttercream yellow shorts and crop top ensemble from Christian Siriano.
She told the crowd: ''I do that sometimes, guys. I'm awkward like that, you know.''
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