Posted by Sara Mullally on January 27, 2014 | No Comments »
I’ll be honest, I usually watch the Red Carpet hour before the award shows start and then…turn off the TV. The Grammys are always known for being the place to wear your sexiest or craziest get-up of Awards Season, but last night the stars stayed pretty tame in my opinion. Here are a few highlights of the night’s festivities.
Chrissy Teigen literally killed it. It may not be the most avant-garde or on-trend look on the red carpet, but this girl looked absolutely stunning in a blingy gown by Johanna Johnson. Everyone should be jealous of John Legend (her new hubby) right about now.
Katy Perry walked a fine line between being too theme-y with her Valentino dress from the most recent Couture collection shown just last week. Personally, I thought it was a hit. Perry is known for her eccentric and playful wardrobe, and I thought it was perfect for her.Never a huge Ciara fan, I would argue that she has never looked so beautiful. She reminded me a lot of Kate Hudson on the Red Carpet, with a perfect balance of effortless and glamorous all at the same time. This gown was custom Emilio Pucci. She also gets a bonus +100 points for being one of the best dressed of the night while working around a pretty significant baby bump.
Props to Taylor Swift for looking so chic. It may not be the most exciting gown I’ve ever seen, but she looks amazing nonetheless. I also love how perfectly tailored her dress was, it really accentuated the streamlined feel. This gucci dress is actually made of chainmail, a welcome change to the amount of sequined metallics out there. Now that Little Tay is growing up I believe has a calling as the First Lady. I mean can’t you totally see it?!
Finally for some of the worst dressed ladies on the Red Carpet…
I think Paris Hilton may have teamed up with figure skater Johnny Weir to design this gown. Perhaps she found it fitting with the upcoming Winter Olympics next month? The hair really doesn’t help this look either, I’m scared to know the amount of hairspray that was used to make her hair stand up so that it looks like she is in a wind machine.
Rita Ora is usually one you can count on to rock some awesome outfits with unique style. But what was this dress. Seriously. I think she just didn’t have a dress the day before and had this hanging in her closet. Not only is it the identical color of Frankenstein, but the silhouette is awful! My mother wears less conservative clothing. I also despised the color of her hair with the green, as well as the sandals which were just so random.