August 12, 2013 01:52:05 GMT
Gomez wears a Cushnie et Ochs dress with thigh-high slits, Dobrev bares her cleavage in a J. Mendel top and pants, and Lucy Hale shows her midriff in a Houghton top and skirt.
Young celebrities gathered at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, August 11 to fete fellow stars at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards. Among those stealing attention with their choice of outfit were Selena Gomez, Nina Dobrev, Lucy Hale, Demi Lovato and Lily Collins.
"Spring Breakers" star Gomez looked classy in a green dress by Cushnie et Ochs with thigh-high slits which showed her legs. She paired it with Nicholas Kirkwood shoes and Neil Lane jewelry, and let her long hair loose.
"The Vampire Diaries" beauty Dobrev also showed some skin in a J. Mendel top with plunging V-neckline and pants, teamed with Dolce&Gabbana shoes, a Devi Kroell bag and Martin Katz earrings. She arranged her brown hair in a messy ponytail.
Hale chose a simple but cute style with white top and skirt by Houghton which showed her midriff, Stuart Weitzman shoes, Topshop earrings, Sophie Hughes bracelets and rings, and a Kotur clutch. She hit the blue carpet with "Glee" star Darren Criss, her co-host at the event, who suited up in an Emporio Armani number and Christian Louboutin shoes.
Lovato sported an edgy, punk-inspired style with tight leather pants, a fitted jacked and towering blond quiff. She's set to rock the show with her performance of her latest single "Made in the USA".
Lily Collins glammed up in a black-and-white ensemble consisting of a Fausto Puglisi skirt, Houghton shirt and Brian Atwood shoes. Hailee Steinfeld brought colors with her red-and-blue gown, Brittany Snow chose a green short dress, Katie Cassidy flaunted her sexy back in a pink number, and Jordin Sparks opted for a white-and-blue stripped, fitted dress.
In male department, One Direction boys, Miguel, The Jonas Brothers and Ed Sheeran rocked a casual style. They were joined by some television stars such as "Teen Wolf" hunk Tyler Posey, and "Glee" actors Kevin McHale, Chord Overstreet and Matthew Morrison.