Savannah Chrisley's Most Daring Outfits

Savannah Faith Chrisley, the daughter of famous television personality Todd Chrisley, has been on the entertainment scene since a young age. When she was 17 years old, she won Miss Tennessee Teen USA and joined the cast of "Chrisley Knows Best" — a reality show based on her family's life (per People). In 2019, she created her own spin-off called "Growing Up Chrisley," starring her and her brother Chase. Ahead of 2023, she started a podcast called "Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley," where she discusses family, religion, and other hot topics in depth.

As she's gotten older, she's had fun playing with new styles and outfits — some of which are pretty daring. Seeing as she's a Leo, Savannah has plenty of confidence and the right mindset for being the center of attention. She loves fashion so much she's even designed her own clothing lines! Prior to debuting one of her first creations on "Chrisley Knows Best" in 2016, she said (via People), "I have always dreamt of being a fashion designer. I've thought about this moment for so long, and now that it's finally here, it just gives me this huge rush of adrenaline."

When she's not dreaming up cool new looks, Savannah Chrisley makes the most of her regal fire sign energy by donning memorable, dazzling red carpet ensembles — many of which continue to make a splash.

Her Bao Tranchi black cutout dress

Savannah Chrisley wore a dramatic designer gown to the 52nd annual Academy of Country Music Awards in 2017 (via United Press International). And this black dress is the definition of snatched. As Savannah revealed on Instagram, the dress is a Bao Tranchi design, while the accompanying clutch is by Tadashi Shoji. This event marked Savannah's first outing since she was seriously injured in a car accident, but she looked so glamorous you would never even guess she was dealing with broken vertebrae (via People). 

Her dad, who was reporting live for E! News that night, initially gave her a hard time about the see-through parts of her dress. "This is a family channel so therefore, we're not going to let all this be seen on television," he said before joking that her parents should have never let her wear the dress out. "You better hope nothing pops out," he added. "If it pops out, I'm gonna pop off."

Another reporter tried to defend her, but Savannah was able to handle her own. The then 19-year-old reality star explained, "You have to make a statement somehow. I'm covered!"

This beaded and sheer gown by Diana Couture

When it comes to memorable evening wear, this girl knows what she's doing. Another one of Savannah Chrisley's most beautiful and daring outfits was the sparkly dress she wore a year earlier for the 2016 Country Music Awards in Vegas. The silvery floor-length gown was created by Diana Couture, a designer known for exceptionally creative beaded red carpet outfits, while her clutch came from accessory artist Fiona Kotur. In an Instagram post, she credited Daniel Musto for styling her.

This dress was even sheerer than the black cutout gown she wore the following year to the 52nd annual Academy of Country Music Awards, but with a completely different vibe. Overall, the dress is reminiscent of 1920s flapper glam. She fit right in with the rest of the celebrity crowd, too, seeing as Carrie Underwood, Kimberly Perry, Dolly Parton all wore similar styles.

Her bold plum evening gown

This look is so Marilyn Monroe, and we're here for it! Before she was a fashion-designing, podcast-making reality star, Savannah Chrisley was a teen model. For the formalwear part of the 2016 Miss Teen USA competition, Savannah wore a strapless princess dress in a daring deep plum shade. According to her Instagram, the dress was designed by Sherri Hill, a glitzy party-wear clothing line. With her hair curled, she looked like the beloved 1950s movie star. The resemblance was likely no accident.

As evidenced by Savannah's early Instagram posts, Marilyn Monroe was a huge inspiration to the teen, especially when it came to being successful. In 2014, she shared a quote from Marilyn Monroe on Instagram, which read, in part, "Success makes so many people hate you. ... It would be wonderful to enjoy success without seeing envy in the eyes of those around you." Savannah captioned the post, writing, "When you start to become successful you begin to see who was real and who really wasn't in your life."

Savannah's black appliqué dress by Walter Collection

This dress is so 2015 winter formal and aside from the flared, layered skirt, it has aged pretty well. The black appliqué is perfectly placed over the sheer tan fabric to modestly cover Savannah Chrisley while still being a sexy ensemble.

According to a post Savannah shared on Instagram, this Walter Collection dress was actually a backup pick, with her first choice having been luxury designer Michael Costello. She explained, writing, "[Costello] wouldn't dress me because I just wasn't famous enough for him. It's truly so sad. But then [Walter Collection] dressed me in this gorgeous design and made me feel so much better!" It's safe to say she has no regrets about going with the other label nor the dress itself — she wore a similar outfit to the 2019 CMAs, which was designed by Yousef Al Jasmi.

As far as how Savannah feels about rocking these kinds of bold, semi-sheer looks, she has said she's actually aiming to show off how modesty can still inspire the wow factor. She told People, "As I've gotten older, I've seen so many young girls dressing in ways that make you want to say, 'Wow.' I want to be able to be a positive role model to girls and show them that you can look cute and you can look fashionable, while also being covered." She continued, saying, "I think that's my mission: Just create something that parents are going to want to love to buy for their daughters and that parents can even wear themselves if they wanted to."

Her black mesh top and snakeskin pants

Savannah Chrisley slays in snakeskin, no cap. And it turns out she had a hand in designing a pair of snakeskin pants. In 2019, the actor debuted her limited edition product collaboration with clothing label Rampage. On social media, she called this fit her favorite outfit from the entire collection, aptly titled "Rampage x Savannah Chrisley." She was clearly big into the snakeskin-style prints at the time, seeing as the collection included a top, pants, and blazer using the same fabric. She shared her enthusiasm for the new collection on Instagram, where she wrote, "I could not be more excited!" Her whole family also dressed up Rampage x Savannah Chrisley ensembles for the unveiling event, which is super sweet.

Savannah didn't stop there, though. Since then, she's participated in other collaborations, including her collection of tie-dye loungewear with the brand Feat. In 2020, she also introduced her own line of beauty products called "Sassy by Savannah." "Sassy is a nickname that was given to me by my brother Chase," she explained on her website. "When I apply 'Sassy By: Savannah' I feel a confidence like I have never felt before."

This flowy, high-slit beach dress

Did you know Savannah Chrisley almost got married? She wore a breezy, multicolored dress on the beach in Santa Monica in spring 2019, where she celebrated her engagement to Nic Kerdiles. This look is not exactly comparable to her fancy red carpet fits, but the low-cut, high-slit dress is soft, feminine, and casual — perfect for a romantic beach date.

Savannah met Kerdiles through social media several years before getting engaged in 2019 and splitting up in 2020. Savannah took to social media to share the news, emphasizing that things had ended amicably. "Nic and I have decided to call it quits. ... We have nothing but love, respect, and admiration for one another, but it's time for us to move forward individually."

In 2021, the actor and reality TV star inspired rumors about a potential reunion when she told E! News, "Nic is still in my life. We're still trying to figure things out." Savannah continued, saying, "We are at a point in our lives when we're learning so many different things and growing and we're just trying to find a balance, as well as just truly figuring out ourselves and what we want out of life, and just take it day by day."

Her pink Malibu Barbie mini dress

Does anyone remember the hair pouf? Some of us are trying to forget, but there is apparently some debate as to whether or not the trend should be resurrected as part of the Y2K comeback. "The puffed-up crown was a defining look of the decade, and I will not see it slandered," Jihan Forbes wrote in Allure. "In fact, 2021 is the perfect year for its return."

With Savannah Chrisley's pouf, in combination with her short, bright pink dress, then-teen Savannah was her own version of a Malibu Barbie for the 2014 NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment Upfronts (via Just Jared Jr.).

Though pink, in general, seems to always be in style, bright pink is definitely more of a statement color. It has its origins in royalty and feminist figures and was popularized in America after President Eisenhower's wife, Mamie, wore the color at her husband's swearing-in ceremony (via Vogue). These days, it's still very much an ultra-feminine color and will always stick out among other colors. Even if Savannah wore this dress in 2023, it would be perfectly on trend.

This rosy short suit

In 2017, Savannah Chrisley donned a rosy pink short suit to the CMT Music Awards. She helped country music star Michael McAnally Baum's young daughter, Dylan, hand out special stickers to attendees with the best outfits. She wore the daring fit again in 2020 for a Daily Pop segment, the pop culture arm of E! News programming. Thanks to Gen Z's love of thrift shopping, businessy blazers became more popular than ever in 2022 — so, who knows, we may see Savannah rocking this look again in 2023.

This look — business on the top, party on the bottom — can easily be dressed up or down. Pairing the blazer with pants would make for a professional look but wouldn't be overall stuffy thanks to the fun color. The soft fabric looks comfy enough to sleep in, so maybe we should call this style a work-from-home business suit.

Savannah's curve-hugging, off-the-shoulder catsuit

For her 2019 guest appearance on "Home & Family," Savannah Chrisley brought the vintage vibes with this slinky jumpsuit. Looking just like Sandra D. from the 1978 "Grease" movie musical, this slimming fit is both classy and flirty. She rocked a similar jumpsuit at the 2016 BMI awards, so this style may just be a favorite of hers. It's definitely on the edgier side of her wardrobe, cutesy ruffles aside.

Catsuits were a big trend in 2022. "Designers have fully embraced this new wave of sexy dressing, through everything from cutout dresses to flashing midriffs and crop tops, and the catsuit is no exception," Libby Page, Net-a-Porter's senior market editor, told Elle. Who could forget Lizzo's purple floral fit or Dua Lipa's lime green getup? Looks like Savannah has another chance to capitalize on this outfit, especially since the trend is unlikely to go anywhere in 2023. 

This sports bra and leggings set

During the Miss Teen USA competition in 2016, Savannah Chrisley wore a fun sportswear set featuring skin-tight leggings and a cleavage-boosting sports bra. This athletic style appears to be a favorite of Savannah's, seeing as she's worn similar combos time and time again. In July 2022, for example, she took to Instagram to share a video of her doing squats in a comparable fit and in May 2022, she even opted to don an athleisure skort or skirt to tease the upcoming season of "Growing Up Chrisley."

Savannah's go-to sportswear ensembles are a daring look she continues to rock with confidence. And, as it turns out, it's not all posturing and filters. Savannah likes pushing herself at the gym. As she shared in a workout video on Instagram in 2021, she worked up a sweat slamming ropes and doing mountain climbers. Working out isn't just something Savannah does for her physical health, though — she also relies on it to keep her mentally healthy. "I do therapy and I LOVE working out ... especially when life gets rough," she captioned the post.

Her sequined jumpsuit with plunge neckline

Plunging necklines were hot in the 2010s! Celebrities like Rihanna, Kim Kardashian, and Bella Hadid could be seen strutting the streets in low-cut blazers or form-fitting dresses cut just above the belly button (via Who What Wear). In 2016, Savannah Chrisley rocked this trend while attending an Unlikely Heroes charity event. Donning a glimmering black-and-silver pantsuit with a plunging neckline, she posed alongside Nikki Reed, Erica Greve, and Anjelah Johnson on the red carpet — and her glitzy outfit certainly stole the show.

In 2022, the plunging neckline is still a fierce choice. You'll see it more often in red carpet formalwear, bikinis, and ravewear, and the V has evolved into more of a U shape. With all kinds of new backless, strapless, and plunging bras going viral on social media, it's easier than ever to make the look work.

Ultimately, pulling off this look well apparently comes down to confidence, which Savannah certainly has. As celebrity stylist Nitasha Gaurav told Deccan Chronicle, "You need to be very confident if you're going to wear a plunging neckline. You can't keep tugging at it and looking uncomfortable. It is the confidence in wearing it that adds to the sexy look."