It's always fun to see country music artists all gussied up in their best, and the red carpet at the 2013 American Music Awards was no exception, with our favorite stars putting their best fashion foot forward. These five artists were just a few of those who best represented the genre on Nov. 24.

Taylor Swift followed last year's attention-grabbing dress with another gold winner. This time, she shaved a few inches off the hemline, ensuring that she -- and her legs -- would not go unnoticed. With strappy gold heels and her sexily wavy hair, Swift scored high marks in the wardrobe category.

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Luke Bryan and his wife, Caroline, certainly didn't look like parents of two little boys as they walked the red carpet at the 2013 AMAs. Instead, they were positively glamorous. The singer's fitted black suit had just the right touch of glitz, while his wife stunned in a long black and silver dress that showed off her perfectly toned arms.

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Jake Owen always looks sharp -- but it might be partly attributed to his fabulous hair. At the 2013 AMAs, he showed that he has great hair and equally great taste. With just enough scruff to look sexy and a mega-watt smile, Owen's red carpet presence was magnetic. Who could resist his charm?

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The guys from Florida Georgia Line aren't just big winners in the singing category; they're also big winners on the red carpet. Although we could do without Tyler Hubbard's huge chains (we love it when Nelly wears them, but not so sure about the country star), we have to admit the duo looked polished and put-together.

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Lady Antebellum, not surprisingly, looked perfectly coordinated at the 2013 AMAs. Hillary Scott, who is a busy first-time mom, could not have been any more gorgeous in a form-fitting black dress, and her emerald-colored earrings and ring were just icing on the cake. We especially love how Dave Haywood pulled off black on black ... on black, with a black shirt, tie and suit coat.

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