X Factor's Fifth Harmony sparkle at the Teen Choice Awards 2013
It was a bit of figure skater-inspired, rhinestone-embellished, sequinned pastel chic for the five girls who make up the X Factor girl's group, Fifth Harmony, at the Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards. It was also another stunning example of how you can coordinate-- not match-- with your four best friends and look like a million, sparkling dollars. Five girls, five disparate voices (and tastes) and one harmonious look. What's not to love?
So, if your theme is glitter, here are five different interpretations:
1. If you are the rebel, like Dinah Hansen, sweep your hair up in a messy updo and go for a leather jacket over your sequinned dress, just to cut the glitter a bit. Also, just check out those studded Mary Janes.
2. If you are going for red carpet elegance, pull a Lauren Jauregui with side-swept waves (the most starlet style of all) and a low-cut, fitted dress. If you really want to go all-out, chose a nude shade for your dress...
.. or, like Normani Hamilton, who was aiming for the sexy diva look, go with some racy sheer side panels. Normani's sculpted updo and the fact that she chose a white dress-- notoriously hard to pull off-- got her extra points.
4. If you are a princess, like Ally Hernandez, then choose a girly A-line dress like the ballerina-tutu look she wore. Pink is a girly colour and A-line is a girly cut. Ally looked even more fairytale-like with her sculpted curls.
5. If you want to be the "cute" one, you can't go wrong with head gear like the headband worn by Camila Cabello. It was daring to wear a tulle creation that bordered on fascinator on her head. But, in the end, it just spelled out adorable, especially when paired with her crop top, dance team outfit.
While each girl wore a very different style, they did have some things that stayed the same (and we aren't just talking shiny hair and sparkles.) The girls wore different styles, but they all wore curls in their hair. They also chose shimmery pink lipgloss and some fabulously pearly nails! And that, my friends, is good coordination.