VIDEO: Britney Spears wins Teen Choice Award 2015 choice style icon

Britney Spears’ style always gets people talking.

The singer, 33, was presented with Candie’s choice style icon award at the Teen Choice Awards Sunday night, for her ever-evolving fashion sense.

"Fashion has always been something I’ve loved to experiment with," the pop star said as she accepted the award. "To all the teens, be fearless in your choice and don’t be afraid to be yourself."

The singer rocked a dangerously low-cut sequined dress to the show, which was detailed in lace and risqué cutouts. She paired the outfit with strappy silver heels and also had rainbow colored locks.

Spears is no stranger to the Teen Choice Awards. The singer has taken home a total of nine trophies over the years, including the Ultimate Teen Choice Award in 2009. She also attended the very first award show in 1999.

Her "fearless" style has always been apparent during the teen award show. In 2001, Spears paired a denim bustier with a white button-down top. She was named female artist of the year during the show.

While the star’s edginess has always been apparent with her blue carpet looks, Spears’ style has definitely improved with age. Fans went to Twitter Sunday night to applaud the singer’s put-together look.

"Still can’t get over how stunning and beautiful does [sic] Britney Spears looks at the #TeenChoiceAwards," one fan wrote.

In addition to style, one thing that has seemed to change the most over time is the Spears’ face.

She admitted in a candid interview that she has had work done and her plastic surgeon.

Hat tip to Wibbitz


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