Jason Merritt/Getty Images
There's no doubt Anna Faris looked absolutely stunning last night at the 2014 People's Choice Awards, and now we have all the details on her gorgeous look, courtesy of her longtime stylists.
Sisters Wendi and Nicole Ferreira, who have been working with the Mom star for three years, chatted with E! News and dished all the deets on the blond beauty's beaded Naeem Khan pantsuit, for which the fashionista has been making headlines all morning.
"It was a Naeem Kahn look from this spring, we've been looking at it and I actually put it on a few of our clients and it was perfect for Anna," Wendi tells E! News. "We actually pulled it in along with a rack full of clothes and Nicole went in the fitting with her and from the minute we had it on the rack, we were like, 'That is the look for her.' It was the first thing she tried on!"
The sisters describe the unique color as "iridescent or pearly" with Nicole adding that "it's actually white…and the lining is kind of a pink nude. It was really beautiful."
And the soft, yet striking shade perfectly complemented Faris' fair skin and bright blond hair, which the siblings say is incredibly important when dressing the 37-year-old star.
"What we liked about it was how subtle it was," they shared. "Even though it was completely beaded. So it wouldn't have worked had it have been a bright color and we just thought it looked really soft and beautiful on her with her skin and her hair."
And how about Faris' mani/pedi! Celebrity manicurist Beth Fricke polished her fingers with two coats of Red Carpet Manicure's LED gel polish "Makeup Time" followed by one coat of Camera Shy. And the gel polish isn't just for manicure's anymore—Faris opted for the traditional Red Carpet Reddy on her toes.
As for whether there was a big discussion when it came time to decide whether Anna should don pants or a dress?
Jason Merritt/Getty Images
"What we kind of liked about it is that we feel like the People's Choice is all over the board," Nicole explained. "And so we knew it was going to be different than anything that anybody else has worn and a little bit of a risk because it was pants, but we were willing to take that because we felt like it was an appropriate risk because it wasn't over-the-top but it wasn't too subtle. It was like a perfect look that would make her stand out…It was different and completely appropriate and wouldn't blend in when someone is standing next to her in a gown and the other person is standing next to her in a cocktail dress."
Considering the House Bunny star undoubtedly stood out, we'd say the style was definitely a success.
The sisters also describe Faris as "so relaxed and trusting," while gushing over her relationship with hubby Chris Pratt. "The pictures from last night couldn't be sweeter," they said, agreeing that the pair are indeed perfect for each other.
Once the look was finalized, both Wendi and Nicole "collaborated with her hair and makeup team" before deciding upon the best beauty look to add to her ensemble.
"The hair and makeup on top of that could have really thrown it off and they really perfected that look," they said. "The simplicity of the low pony and the great eyebrows and really pretty soft makeup…it was a great complete look."
And while many stars opt to show a lot of skin on the red carpet, the sisters both agree Anna doesn't need to bare it all in order to be sexy.
"She has a great figure and we all know that and she can wear what's obvious to show that, but we love that she doesn't have to," Nicole and Wendi shared.
Finally the pair added a "perfect" clutch by Rauwolf, which they described as "modern, clean and spot on" in addition to "small drop diamond earrings set in rose gold by E.S. Collection and…a couple rings, like a zigzag diamond ring and a double-band diamond ring" for an "accent piece" to the pantsuit.
Talk about a top red carpet moment for Faris! Who knew pants could impress more than a dress?
What do you think of Faris' look from last night? Tell us in the comments!
PHOTOS: Check out the People's Choice red carpet arrivals!