My Top 2018 Grammy Looks

The Grammys red carpet has been home for many of fashion’s most iconic moments.

 

There’s the daring.

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Toni Braxton left us with no need for imagination

in this barely there Richard Tyler gown at

the 2001 Grammys.

 

The fairytale.

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Rihanna was a vision in this pink princess gown by

Giambattista Valli from the Haute Couture collection in 2015.

 

The interesting to say the least …

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Nicki wore a red hooded Versace cape with matching

embellished gloves and was escorted by a man who

is dressed as the pope at the 2012 Grammys. I’ll just leave this here…

 

And the just plain unforgettable!

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                                                         1.) It’s J-Lo

                                                         2.) I mean look!

                              This Versace palm-printed dress will forever be ingrained in our minds from 2001.

 

With red carpet season in full swing and the Grammys right around the corner,

I wanted to take a look back on my top 10 looks from the 2018 Grammys (no particular order)

and what these looks did for me.  

 

Who: Eve

Designer: Naeem Khan

Now this is a power suit! This is the perfect combination of Eve’s tomboy reputation and glamour to

create a boss lady look. I stan for a sequin set!

                                    

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Who: Chrissy Teigen

Designer: Yanina Couture

Chrissy Teigen always looks adsorbs. Add a sequin baby bump and things get even cuter! This embellished gown

fits her pregnant figure perfectly. The dramatic sleeves and neckline are my favorite part if this look. 

The whole thing gives me Hollywood Glamour 2.0 vibes.

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Who: SZA

Designer: Atelier Versace

SZA sizzled in this one… No? K. Well, I absolutely love this look for SZA. I’m sure by now you’ve heard SZA’s eclectic sound 

and angelic voice (if you haven’t shame on you). This sequined sheer gown with tulle features and thigh high slit matches 

the mystical feels you get when listening to her music.  I can totally see her running through a field of lilies in this number for her next music video.

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Who: Cardi B

Designer: Ashi and Louboutin

This look is very much fairytale couture. The dress is reminiscent of Ri’s 2015 Grammy look.

It’s like RiRi id the princess and Cardi is the fairy godmother. I love it! I also love this look because  

it’s different from the bold and more revealing looks we’re used to seeing her in. It’s a completely different side of her. Cardi cleans up nice!

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Who: Camila Cabello

Designer: Vivienne Westwood

This simple look is just fire on Ms. Havana herself.

The fitted silhouette and deep V-neckline work perfect with the floor length gown for the perfect combo of sexy and elegant.

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Who: Giuliana Rancic

Designer: Mikael D

Rancic is always one of my favorites on the red carpet. What would be a simple black gown is transformed by intricate 

beading details draped over her chest, sleeve, and thigh. It’s a different take on the many sheer looks seen on the carpet.

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Who: Lana Del Rey

Designer: Gucci

Can we say angel! She wore the custom Gucci gown covered in crystal embellishments with a star-studded halo

and It couldn’t have been more fitting. Total whimsical feels.

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Who: Hailee Steinfield

Designer: Alexandre Vauthier

This is a fashion forward move if I’ve ever seen one. The complete outfit comes straight from the designer’s runway 

and Steinfield completely pulls it off. The purple knee-high metallic boots is a perfect contrast against the crisp white gown 

and the slit really allows the boots to shine.

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Who: Big Sean

Designer: Ferragamo

The Don Sean. He’s always a favorite of mine when it comes to men’s fashion and men in general.

He switched up from the traditional tuxedo look we usually on the carpet and opted for this layered Ferragamo look.

It’s so working for him.

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Who: Lady Gaga

Designer: Armani Prive

I have a love hate relationship with Gaga’s red carpet looks but I must say this one I love. The detailed lace top with matching sheer tights

 is a great look with the simple slit skirt. Also, big shout out to her make-up artist. The glam is absolutely fabulous!

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