Chlöe Wore Her Boldest Cutout Dress Yet to the BET Awards

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While Chlöe is remaining relatively mum about when her highly-anticipated debut album is dropping, she’s continuing to refine her personal style on the red carpet. For the 2022 BET Awards on June 26, the “Have Mercy” singer wore a black gown by Nicolas Jebran that featured cutouts along the chest and sequin embellishments throughout. Accessory-wise, she went with silver-and-diamond stacked hoop earrings and a matching bracelet on her right wrist.

On Instagram, Chlöe opened up about how she was feeling ahead of the big event, especially as one of the show’s headliners: “can you tell i’m nervous to perform tonight,” she wrote, adding a sob-crying emoji. Fans and followers alike cheered her on—among them was sister Halle, who commented with two heart-eye emojis to show her support.

Nerves aside, the 23-year-old “Grown-ish” star teamed up with stylist Jennifer Udechukwu to craft her glamorous BET Awards ensemble, which was slightly reminiscent of her recent Met Gala look. At the Met, she opted for an Area gown from the label’s couture spring/summer 2022 collection. The fitted dress featured a bustier with asymmetrical cups and a sculpted skirt with exaggerated hip accents and a thigh-high slit.

If her outfit choices for the Met Gala and BET Awards are any indication, it seems that Chlöe’s current style modus operandi is all about 2000s-inspired cutouts, sequins, and eye-catching architectural shapes. Will her wardrobe preferences change once her album is released? Only time will tell—but for now, keep scrolling for more snaps of her stunning sequined BET Awards look.

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