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AMA Awards 2010: Red Carpet to Your Kid's Closet

The American Music Awards brings out the best and worst in celebrity fashion, but did you ever think you could actually use the same trends found on the AMA’s Red Carpet to fill your kid’s closet? We couldn’t help but notice the similarities:

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Pretty and couture with a toddler-sized length, we think this A. Bird Mari Day Jacket is totally channeling Miley Cyrus’ AMA Awards look.

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This Nicole Miller Sequined Sheath for girls ($72) has the same sparkly, feminine look as Katy Perry’s AMA Awards 2010 dress, but is more appropriate for Christmas dinner. Simply stunning.

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There were a lot of one-shoulder, asymmetrical dresses on the American Music Awards Red Carpet, such as on Whitney Port (above), Jenny McCarthy (below) and DWTS’ Karina Smirnoff. Translate the trend to your little girl’s wardrobe with this Audrina Asymmetrical Ruffled Tunic by Ella Girl, $53.

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Because sometimes a girl wants a little show-stopping shimmer and sheen, like Jenny McCarthy’s ultra-shiny AMA’s dress. (Sally Miller Sequin Wave Dress, $124)

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Channel Jaden Smith’s AMA’s look with this John Galliano Kids Boys Vest Print Tee, $128.

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We saw a lot of lace on the American Music Awards Red Carpet (some more fashionable than others), which reminds me of these lacey girl dresses:

(3.1 Philip Lim, $275; Sally Miller, $97; Sally Miller, $88)

Steal Gavin Rossdale’s dressy-meets-casual look with this Armani Junior cardigan, $175.

Get Modern Family’s Rico Rodriguez’s look for waaaay less at The Children’s Place, $4.49.

[AMA Awards 2010 Photos: TMZ]

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