The Grammy Awards 2019 Fashion: The Good, The Bad and The WTF?

With all the celebrities who had decided not to show at the Grammys this year, I was wondering if the Grammy Awards 2019 fashion would actually make an impact. It did, of course, but in the way that you think. Usually it’s wayyyy too crazy, to the point where we don’t even like to feature it on the blog because it’s too much and just bad.

This year, though, I was pleasantly surprised. Gone were most of the abhorrent fashion, replaced by beautiful gowns and pantsuits and some standouts that were over-the-top but still smartly done (perhaps because they were mainly Balmain creations or had architectural feels that really played to the eye). Take a look:

Grammy Awards 2019 Fashion

Super Statements

Grammy Awards 2019 Fashion Kacey Musgraves in blush Valentino net gown
Kacey Musgraves in Valentino

You may or may not know Kacey Musgraves, the country singer who won
Best Album of the Year, Best Country Album and Best Country Song at the Grammys. But regardless of what you know about her, she had one of the best looks of the night — romantic, risk-taking for the Grammys, and ultimately totally elegant.

Cardi B in Mugler vintage black with pink blooming flower gown with pink elbow gloves
Cardi B in Mugler

One of the most talked-about musicians of the night, also because she was the first solo woman to win in the Best Rap Album category, Cardi B channeled her inner-Rihanna/Lady Gaga by showing up in a vintage Mugler couture ensemble from 1995, featuring a bodysuit and shell-inspired black skirt. I wonder how she walked in that thing…

Bebe Rexha in Monsoori red tulle layered halter gown Grammy Awards 2019 Fashion
Bebe Rexha in Monsoori

There’s always a place for what the Red Carpet Fashion Awards call a “tulle explosion” at the Grammy Awards. Bebe Rexha brought it.

Katy Perry in Balmain pink skirt with silver tipped strapless top on red carpet
Katy Perry in Balmain

Cupcakes in human form never looked sweeter.

Kylie Jenner in light pink Balmain pants and criss cross top
Kylie Jenner in Balmain

No, I’m not into putting Kylie Jenner on a blog for thirty and fortysomethings, but I must pay some respect to this incredible sculpted creation by Balmain.

Janelle Monae in Jean-Paul Gaultier white with black trim big shoulder plunge dress on the red carpet Grammy Awards 2019 Fashion
Janelle Monae in Jean-Paul Gaultier
H.E.R. in Coach florl purple long sleeve wide leg jumpsuit
H.E.R. in Coach
St. Vincent in Giambattista Valli bl;ack and white high low floral dress Grammy Awards 2019 Fashion
St. Vincent in Giambattista Valli

Metallics

Grammy Awards 2019 Michelle Obama in Sachin & Babi gunmetal sequin pant suit
Michelle Obama in Sachin & Babi
Lady Gaga in Celine grammy awards 2019 fashion silver strapless side ruffle gown
Lady Gaga in Celine

I hate to ask this but…did Lady Gaga have some work done? I think this is the best I’ve ever seen her look. It could just be her makeup and that gorgeous dress, but something seems different about her face.

Dua Lipa in Versace silver column gown with train grammy awards 2019 red carpet
Dua Lipa in Versace
Ashlee Simpson in Georges Chakra silver sequin and feathers pant suit
Ashlee Simpson in Georges Chakra

WTF Were They Thinking?

But of course, there are always the celebs that make you remember why the Grammys are never the epitome of fashion finesse.

Jennifer Lopez in Ralph & Russo wide brim hat and white high collar embellished gown
Jennifer Lopez in Ralph & Russo
Jada Pinkett Smith in Roberto Cavalli high low feather blush gown on the red carpet
Jada Pinkett Smith in Roberto Cavalli
Andra Day in bright violet lomg sleeve velvet dress with feather skirt and cuffs violet stockings and shoes by Cheng-Huai Chuang
Andra Day in Cheng-Huai Chuang
Meghan Trainor in white Christian Siriano jumpsuit on the red carpet
Meghan Trainor in Christian Siriano
Tracee Ellis Ross in Ralph & Russo bright lime green jacket with snake detail and wide leg pants
Tracee Ellis Ross in Ralph & Russo

Who wore your favorite look at the Grammy Awards 2019?

– Simona Shemer

You may like to read more of Simona’s celebrity style posts like The Best Style Celebrities Who Will All Be 50 This Year! and and Worst Red Carpet Fashion.

Photos: People.com, Elle.com, and EOnline

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