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Noah Cyrus' Style Evolution Into A Daring Red Carpet Star

From bra tops to sheer gowns.

It was only a matter of time until Noah Cyrus made her way from child star to one of music's most-watched performers. As she's grown with her career, so has her style. From tulle mini skirts to jaw-dropping sheer gowns and bra tops, see her best fashion moments on the red carpet ahead.

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2007, Ratatouille Premiere

Alongside her dad Billy Ray Cyrus and siblings Braison and Brandi Cyrus, Noah wore a handkerchief-hem dress to 2007 premiere of Ratatouille.

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2009, Teen Choice Awards

At the 2009 Teen Choice Awards, she wore a custom Ramones Rocket to Russia white halter dress with black boots.

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2010,The Last Song Premiere

Back in 2010, Cyrus wore a hot pink tulle mini dress with gold hearts underneath a black blazer.

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2011, Christian Combs' 13th Birthday Celebration

Back in 2011, Cyrus rocked a violet mini dress with a black lace, as well as sheer tights and black ankle boots.

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2013, Boohoo's Summer Press Day

In early 2013, Cyrus attended Boohoo's press day wearing a mixed-print collared shirt with tiered crochet lace shorts.

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2014, American Music Awards

At the American Music Awards in 2014, Cyrus wore a long-sleeved lace black romper.

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2015, PETA's 35th Anniversary Party

At PETA's 35th Anniversary Party, Cyrus wore a black halter gown with a sweetheart neckline.

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2015, Teen Vogue's Young Hollywood Party

In 2015, Cyrus wore a full black leather look to attendTeen Vogue's Young Hollywood Party.

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2016, American Music Awards

in 2016, Cyrus wore a sheer black gown with a bright floral print by Marc Jacobs to the American Music Awards.

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2016, Teen Vogue's Young Hollywood Party

In an all-black outfit, Cyrus arrived the Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party in 2016.

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2017, Fifty Shades Darker Premiere

Back in 2017, Cyrus turned heads while wearing black matching underwear with a completely sheer dress over it.

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2017, Spotify "Best New Artist" Party

In 2017, Cyrus wore an army green bomber-style jacket dress with a black bra underneath and black thigh-high boots to Spotify's "Best New Artist" party.

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2017, iHeartRadio Music Awards

In 2017, Cyrus wore another black sheer number by Marc Jacobs with silver mega-platform heels.

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2017, MTV VMAs

At the 2017 MTV VMAs, Cyrus showed up in an oversized white hoodie and vinyl black thigh-high boots.

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2018, Teen Choice Awards

At the 2018 Teen Choice Awards, Cyrus wore a tweed halter crop top with a sweetheart neckline and cargo jeans.

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2018, MTV VMAs

Arriving at the 2018 VMAs, Cyrus wore a gold bikini bra top with matching wide-leg pants and a pair of white Nike sneakers.

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2018, Variety's Power Of Young Hollywood

Attending Variety's Power of Young Hollywood in 2018, Cyrus wore I.am.Gia sweats and a matching leather bandeau bra top.

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2020, Spotify "Best New Artist" Party

In 2020, Cyrus wore pleated white joggers and a sequin crop top with an exaggerated collar to the Spotify "Best New Artist" party.

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2020, CMT Music Awards

At the 2020 CMT Music Awards, Cyrus wore a denim-on-denim look with an orange crop top.

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