Grammys 2015: Best and Worst Dressed
Last night the 57th annual Grammys was broadcast live from LA and it seems like most people got their red carpet looks right! Black on black, cutouts and sheer seemed to be the themes of the night but which stars stood out and which could use a little help? Keep reading to see the best dressed, worst dressed, and a few looks still worth mentioning.
Iggy Azalea deserves recognition for taking a chance in blue Giorgio Armani and working both the plunging neckline and cutouts without going overboard but that sheer piece at the bottom is a no-no. Iggy was right to choose an updo but this braided crown is not as fancy as she thought it would be. Too bad because the way her gown hugs her body is amazing.
Until Ariana Grande finds a new hairstyle she’ll never really be able to prosper on the red carpet. Fortunately this time a high pony actually complements her white gown but we need to see her do something else. The silver part of her gown would be a nice contrast but it looks more like a Project Runway contestant didn’t finish their assignment in time.
Understated makeup, long locks and possibly the sexiest neckline on the red carpet – Nicki Minaj had me until I looked below the knee on this Tom Ford dress. The shredded bottom is definitely a risk but its the difference between her being an honorable mention and one of the best dressed.
Meghan Trainor seems less shy to show off her bass this time around and she looks good! Lace details on her otherwise sheer gown do well to stop her from being overexposed, but black was too safe an option. This look would’ve been so much better in red!
What year is it? You know how every award show someone tweets out a picture of your favorite celebrity from 2000 and you’re mortified they ever thought matching denim outfits were a cool idea? That’s what this moment is for Frankie Grande. One day he’ll look back with regret and we’ll be there saying, “I told you so!”
Who told Kim Kardashian this Jean Paul Gaultier number was a good look? Probably Kanye. The color is great, and even the plunging neckline and front slip combo would work if this didn’t look like a royal bathrobe. Her new haircut is amazing though!
Lady Gaga tried to rock all the plunges and slits at once and it could’ve almost maybe kind of worked but it didn’t. This Brandon Maxwell gown is way too tight and the fact that its silver makes her busting out of it even less appealing. Gaga should take this up a size and adjust the slits so that she looks sexy, not thirsty for attention as a sex symbol.
You don’t always HAVE to make a statement on the red carpet but it seems like Charlie XCX hasn’t gotten that memo. The singer could have been simple and sexy in this Moschino white menswear inspired suit but she added fuzzy fur and it ruined her look. A little more attention to her hair wouldn’t hurt either.
Why Paris Hilton was invited to the Grammys is unclear but the socialite pulled off looking hot without being slutty well! These days she’s keeping all her lady parts well covered in show stopping silver with strategically placed cut outs.
Rihanna may look like she’s ready for her quinceneara but aren’t stars supposed to be a little extra at the Grammys? Rih found her pink double tier Giambattista gown online and decided she had to have it! With a gown like this simple makeup and an understated bun were the right choice!
Kudos to Taylor Swift for bringing color to the red carpet! Her Elie Saab gown is a bit formal prom but she successfully pulled off the high-low trend which isn’t easy, and gave us a gander at her gorgeous legs! Perhaps one of Taylor’s more experimental looks, she opted for purple shoes instead of a safe silver or black and you have to respect the risk.
Zendaya may have come with the biggest risk and it definitely paid off! The actress traded her signature long locks for a chic flapper-esque bob paired with a muted, mostly earth-toned off shoulder Vivienne Westwood gown. Combined with a dark lip, Zendaya’s outfit choice may look a bit mature for an 18 year old but she looks DAMN GOOD!
Gwen Stefani’s Versace jumpsuit is the perfect blend of trendy, classic and daring. Only one question – where’s her signature red lip?
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