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58th Annual GRAMMY Awards: Best and Worst Dressed

Here at CelebSecrets4U, the GRAMMY Awards is one of our favorite nights of the year. Music’s biggest acts come together at the Staples Center in Los Angeles for this incredible night. Not only are the GRAMMY Awards a night of music, they are a night of fashion. This year, the carpet was filled with stunning ensemble choices, as well as some that didn’t quite hit the mark.

Here is our best and worst dressed 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards Edition.

BEST:

Adele

Adele may have gone for everyone’s favorite “little black dress,” but she simply sparkled in this floor-length, embroidered Givenchy gown with sleek shoulder cutouts. The dress may seem simple, but we find is absolutely stunning and a great choice.

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande looks extremely mature in her crimson Romona Keveza gown. We are loving the bustier top accent that adds a little something extra to what would be a simple choice.

Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood also went for a “little black dress.” This Nicolas Jebran gown is completely glam and looks incredible on her. Plus, who doesn’t want to see Carrie’s killer legs?

Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen looks absolutely STUNNING in her Yousef Al-Jasmi gown. This cape dress is nothing but flattering and let’s be real, she was glowing all night long.

Ellie Goulding

Ellie Goulding rocked a beautiful pastel pink Stella McCartney dress. The dress may look simple at first glance, but the back of the dress was decked with dozens of rhinestone-bedazzled chains giving it a perfect edge for Goulding.

Jack Antonoff

Jack Antonoff looks so sleek in his well-tailored suit and deserves recognition for such a great choice. It’s hard to look next level in a tuxedo, but this grey and black number definitely steps things up a notch.

Kacey Musgraves

Kacey Musgraves looks absolutely breath-taking in this cool-toned gown. This gown stands out among the many simple choices of the evening.

Sam Hunt

Very few men could get away with this choice of pink suit, but Sam Hunt looks nothing shy of amazing in this sleek Dolce & Gabbana number, landing him a spot on our best dressed list.

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez arrived with BFF Taylor Swift on the red carpet and blew us away with her glamorous Calvin Klein dress.

Tori Kelly

Tori Kelly brought us a classy look in her emerald Gauri & Nainika gown accompanied by a slick hair choice. This up-and-coming singer definitely made her mark on the red carpet.

 

WORST:

Anoushka Shankar

Anoushka Shankar missed the mark for us; spring has not yet sprung, so this choice of dress is out a little too early for our liking.

Ciara

Ciara has been getting more daring with her dress choice, but we felt that this asymmetrical gown just fell a little flat.

Dencia

We get it, what girl doesn’t love her onesie? Why wear a onesie adorned with Hello Kitty on a red carpet? Sorry Dencia, this is a big NO.

Diana Gloster

Diana Gloster brought out this musical gown. Unfortunately, Katy Perry and Sabrina Carpenter have already rocked this type of look before, so this dress felt a little repetitive to us.

Florence Welch

Florence Welch’s gown also reminded us of pajamas, but this time it was in the form of a night gown. Once again, pajamas on a red carpet is not something we are a fan of.

Jacqueline Van Bierek

Jacqueline Van Bierek was channeling a vampy vibe that we just weren’t understanding for this year’s GRAMMY Awards.

Manika

Manika bared it all on the red carpet; call us conservative, but it was too much for us. Do us a favor and don’t turn around!

Z LALA

Spiders creep us out, even in clothing form. Z LaLa’s choice in dress was not something we were a fan of; we still get the chills each time we look at this dress.

Those were our choices for 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards best and worst dressed! Who were your choices for best and worst dressed this year? Let us know!

 

 

All photos courtesy of Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP and Jason Merritt/Getty Images for NARAS

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