For the 50th CMA Awards, the country artist stepped out in a princess-like ball gown designed by Dubai-based designer Michael Cinco. The beaded couture look was paired with Butani earrings and Hearts on Fire and Harry Kotlar rings.
Underwood changed into a shimmery single-shoulder dress with a one-sided cape by Kuwait-based designer Elie Madi. The look was completed with Arzano jewels and silver Stuart Weitzman shoes.
According to People, the performer channeled '90s Reba McEntire with a glitzy red gown that featured a low neckline, custom created by Indian-born designer Mac Duggal. Toybina added more shine to Underwood's outfit with Joan Hornig earrings and Graziela Gems rings.
"This dress shines perfectly onstage and I love the sheer ombre details mixed with the movement of the fringe on the sleeves," La Bourjoisie designer Antoine Salameh told Pret-a-Reporter of Underwood's '70s-inspired look, which was paired with H. Stern earrings and ring, as well as gold Jimmy Choo shoes.
Underwood rocked out to her single "Dirty Laundry" in a sleeveless white dress by her stylist, Marina Toybina, a Hex tie, Mother of London belt and gloves, and Nasty Gal kicks.
Underwood donned another look by Elie Madi -- a gold minidress paired with Coomi earrings and rings, as well as Rene Caovilla shoes.
Dolly Parton Tribute
Underwood paid tribute to Dolly Parton in a silver embellished column by New York-based Jovani designer Jacob Maslavi.
"Sneak peek at another #CMAawards50 look! It's the #80s baby!" Underwood teased on Instagram before the show. The Elie Madi-designed beaded number was paired with Vintage Janey Lopaty earrings and bracelet, an Atelier Swarovski ring and Jimmy Choo shoes.
Underwood closed out the evening with another MacDuggal look, styled with a Johnathon Arndt necklace and earrings.