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Take a look at some of the highlights from the 2017 All-Star Red Carpet Show

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You could feel the Miami vibe during the entire All-Star Red Carpet show on Tuesday following the parade.

The fashions displayed on the carpet proved the National and American League All-Stars had a sense of style. They didn't let us down either.

Here are some of the highlights on the red carpet before the 88th All-Star Game presented by Mastercard.

Bryce Harper mimicked Don Johnson the best way he knew how -- with a white suit, a pop of color and a pink flower to seal it all together.

Harper

His wife Kayla matched the five-time All-Star in a white dress with splashes of color to go along with the Miami theme.

Francisco Lindor was a top vote for one of the most fashionable All-Stars as the red carpet interviews commenced. He "kept it simple" in an all-black ensemble with a colorful-printed jacket. 

Lindor

LINDOR

And, of course, no outfit (especially Lindor's) is complete without some statement jewelry pieces.

Jose Altuve, one of the Astros' All-Star representatives, had a memorable jacket of his own. The unique jacket had two characters dancing on it in which Altuve described as being him and his teammate Carlos Correa. 

AltuveJackey

Mookie Betts never fails when it comes to dressing nicely. He truly takes pride in making sure he's put together from head to toe.

He sported a sport coat with white pants -- very Pitbull-esque.

Mookie

Mookie

Josh Harrison and his beautiful family all matched with shades. Harrison sported a powder blue jacket, black slacks, and a gold chain around his neck.

Charlie Blackmon didn't disappoint us either.

The Home Run Derby participant and All-Star supported the country he loves with an American flag shirt and some denim. Jeans are never out of style.

Blackmon

You're probably wondering what Home Run Derby champion Aaron Judge wore.

Well, he went more of the simple route. A suit with a pop of color. He also sported sunglasses which seemed to be a recurring theme across the event, and he made sure to stop and sign autographs for fans who were attendance watching the festivities.

Judge

Not bad for your first All-Star Red Carpet ... of many. 

This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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