ESC: Revolve Awards, Chrissy Teigen

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There's a reason why the LBD is a wardrobe staple: You can wear it anywhere—award ceremonies included. 

Case in point: the inaugural 2017 Revolve Awards. 

Celebrities, influencers and fashion obsessives came together Thursday night to honor the biggest trendsetters in the digital landscape. While the red carpet arrivals provided plenty of #outfitinspo, there was one prominent trend that really stole the night: LBDs. 

Before you assume we're talking about the classic iteration (think: Breakfast at Tiffany's), this is the Revolve we're talking about, which means every body-hugging, black mini had a little something extra about it. 

For instance, Chrissy Teigen's black gown glittered in sequins, while Shay Mitchell was literally laced into her dress. Ashley Tisdale wore a structural mini, while Victoria's Secret angel Elsa Hosk depended on feathers and a pretty amazing headband to keep her look from standing apart from the pack. 

Keep scrolling for more stars who made black dress look anything but boring. 

ESC: Revolve Awards, Ashley Tisdale

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ESC: Revolve Awards, Shay Mitchell

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ESC: Revolve Awards, Aimee Song

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ESC: Revolve Awards, Jasmine Sanders

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ESC: Revolve Awards, Rachel Zoe

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ESC: Revolve Awards, Chrissy Teigen

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ESC: Revolve Awards, Elsa Hosk

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ESC: Revolve Awards, Jenn Im

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ESC: Revolve Awards, Jasmine Tookes

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Would you wear any of these looks?

Tell us in the comments below. 

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