Grammy’s 2017 Fashion Picks

Did you watch last night’s Grammy Awards? I didn’t, but I did record it so that I could watch the performances when I get home from work today. Any must-see performances?

Despite not seeing the actual awards last night I did look through the red carpet fashion as per usual and picked out my favorite looks. There were some really gorgeous looks and some…interesting…ones. I don’t want to say anyone was the “worst dressed” since fashion is so subjective, but personally I think a few looks were more suited for a costume party than a red carpet. But, it is the Grammy’s and looks tend to be a little more out there and less classic.

First up, Lea Michele in Cavalli. I love this floral two-piece. The detailing looks so intricate. I’m not a fan of Lea’s makeup here, but the ensemble is on point.

59th GRAMMY Awards -  Arrivals
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Next up, Adele, looks stunning in this olive green Givenchy gown. I love the criss cross design of the bodice and it helps to give her body shape yet look slim at the same time.

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I absolutely love Camila Cabello‘s off-white and grey gown here with the purple and silver flowers. I especially love the jeweled neck!

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Demi Lovato shows off her amazing physique in this Julien Macdonald gown with a serious cutout. I wouldn’t even call it a plunging neckline since there is a collar. Demi’s glowing tan is the only accessory she needed for this gown but her earrings and rings didn’t hurt either.

Demi Lovato
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There is something so beautiful about the simplicity of Katharine Mcphee‘s Thai Nguyen gown. I love the rainbow sequins on the bodice and the black skirt with the high slit. If it were rainbow sequins throughout the gown, then it probably would’ve been too much. This was the perfect balance. I also love those slim bracelets she’s rocking.

The 59th GRAMMY Awards - Red Carpet
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This purple lacey gown Maren Morris wore had me going back and forth for a while. I couldn’t make up my mind. Part of me loved it and the piece-y skirt and part of me thought it was a little too lingerie-ish. Ultimately, I decided to add this Michael Costello gown to my list because I love the color and I do actually love the way the skirt is a twist on the traditional gown.

59th GRAMMY Awards -  Arrivals
 (Photo by Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic)
Like Demi Lovato’s gown, Carrie Underwood‘s Elie Madi red gown has a collar with a serious cutout but hers is is not quite as revealing. The beading and lace is beautiful and it’s the perfect red for Valentine’s Day.

Carrie Underwood
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Jennifer Lopez is always red carpet goals and I love this Ralph and Russo blush pink gown so much! Is it possible to be demure and sexy at the same time? The super high slit and the cleavage baring plunge are far from demure, but the bow at the neck, the long train, and the color are all so sweet and classy. Her accessories are perfect too!

The 59th GRAMMY Awards - Arrivals
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Celine Dion was a late addition to my best dressed list as I didn’t see her gown until almost show time. There is something really special about this Zuhair Murad gown. First of all, I love the color (you all know green is my fav). The sequin detailing is perfect throughout the gown and I love the asymmetrical bow. Not many people can pull off puffy shoulders, but Celine does it effortlessly. She looked amazing!

The 59th GRAMMY Awards - Red Carpet
 (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for NARAS)
If I had to pick a favorite from the night it would probably have to be Jennifer Lopez with Camila Cabello coming in a close second. I just loved every part of her entire outfit. Were there any looks that you really loved?

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