AMC, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Julianne Hough, Hillary Scott, Marisa Miller

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As we anxiously await this weekend's Academy of Country Music Awards, we couldn't help but reflect on the best fashion moments from years past. 

Several country cuties have wowed us on the red carpet over the years, but these beauties absolutely stole the spotlight with their mesmerizing looks.

Here's who made it into ACM fashion history:

Taylor Swift A magnificent vision in her signature shade of red, Swift pulled out all of the stops in a gorgeous one-shoulder design by Angel Sanchez in 2009. With her hair pulled back into a romantic loose chignon, the singer looked sophisticated and elegant well beyond her years. 

Carrie Underwood Angelic and ethereal, the American Idol alum stunned in a strapless embellished gown by Abed Mahfouz in 2012. The creamy hue complemented her coloring perfectly, and dazzling jewels and silver peep-toe pumps added the perfect amount of glamor to her look. 

Julianne Hough Talk about a showstopper! The blond beauty sizzled in an opulent Zuhair Murad gown with a plunging neckline back in 2009. The beaded number offset both her tan and flowing hair. She kept accessories to a minimum with just one simple bracelet. 

Hillary Scott: The Lady Antebellum singer was pretty in pink at the 2010 ACM Awards. Her one-shoulder Grecian design was flattering and elegant; the flirty standout shade definitely hit a high note for us.

Marisa Miller The Victoria's Secret model looked absolutely gorgeous in an ivory corseted gown by Dolce & Gabbana in 2009. The curve-hugging silhouette highlighted her flawless figure perfectly, while chandelier earrings and a dazzling cuff bracelet added just the right amount of bling to her alluring look. 

Which ACM look is your favorite?

See the hottest country music stars of 2012 

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