After a long and unpredicted hiatus, I’m finally back, and so happy to be able to blog again. Between starting a second job and getting into the groove of balancing everything with school, blogging had to be placed on the back burner for a while. I’ve missed it, though, so I’m coming back with a vengeance!
Like all award shows, the Grammys was a night to impress, and the guests did not disappoint. But these guests are also musicians, which means they upped their style game and brought it on the red carpet. There were some show stopping hits (and I mean tear your eyes away from your Twitter feed and stare outfits) and then some serious misses. Here are my BEST and WORST dressed picks from the Grammys.
Beyoncé in Proenza Schouler
Beyoncé came, she posed, and she conquered. Queen Bey always nails it on the red carpet, and this time was no exception. Her black Proenza Schouler number was classy, elegant and sexy.
Rihanna in Giambattista Valli
Admittedly, it took a while to grow on me, but I can’t deny that Rihanna stunned on the red carpet. While comparisons have been made to loofahs and Barbie princess cakes, she looked gorgeous as usual. I also liked when she told Ryan Seacrest she “saw this dress on the Internet.” Because when you’re Riri, you can see runway shots from Giambattista Valli’s new collection online and wear it to the Grammys. LOVE.
Gwen Stefani in Atelier Versace
This is the YEAR of the jumpsuit! First Emma Stone at the Golden Globes, and now Gwen Stefani STUNNED on the red carpet. The detailing on the bustier is both sexy and tasteful, and Gwen’s neutral beauty look gave this Atelier Versace number the attention it deserved.
I don’t know what to say. When did safety fences become appropriate dress for the Grammys?
Iggy Azalea in Armani Privé
Besides the bold blue hue of Iggy’s dress, this look isn’t working for me. The sheer panel at the bottom of her dress seems random, and I still can’t figure out what she was trying to do with her hair. I’m sure she had good intentions, but it didn’t deliver.
Charli XCX in Moschino
I appreciate that she went for such a bold look on the red carpet, but this number has too much going on. Between the ruffled shirt, the metallic sheen, the pink bow tie and the fuzzy pink stole, it’s
a little okay, a lot, overwhelming.
Who were your best and worst dressed at the Grammys? Let me know in the comments!
And see you all soon!