As a major music fan and someone who is obsessed with the entire entertainment industry, the Grammys is one of my favorite nights a year. The outfits, the awards, the performances, the drama of it all. I have watched the Grammys each year for as long as I can remember and look forward to them for the remainder of the year. Tonight is the 63rd Grammy awards which I am especially excited for, primarily because Harry Styles is opening with a performance and is up for three awards- he is the only person who can make me so hopeful for a rigged award show. I am also excited to see Taylor Swift and others perform, but am equally as excited to see the red carpet looks. Music and fashion go hand in hand, so here are my favorite looks from past Grammys:
Cher killed it with this look- the sequined, butterfly top, matching headpiece, and sheer robe is everything. Classic Cher.
Cardi B, 2019
This vintage Thierry Mugler look is absolutely iconic and the drama I need everyone to bring to the red carpet.
This pink Giambattista Valli gown gives me all the Killing Eve vibes- you know what dress Im talking about- and I love it. Rihanna neverrrr ever fails.
This Michael Costello dress is absolutely gorgeous but I am just obsessed with this look because of how good Beyonce looks. She could wear anything and look amazing.
Destinys Child, 2001
I love a matching moment and these green and gold dresses- that were designed by Tina Knowles-look amazing on all of them. The six Grammys are the best accessories.
Britney Spears, 2000
I love this clean, white Oscar de la Renta look and all the early 2000s vibes. Free Britney forever!
Mariah Carey, 1991
I seem to be drawn to simple dresses at the Grammys- I am obsessed with the rhinestone-lined LBD.
Billy Porter, 2020
Billy Porter always brings so much to every red carpet and this Baja East looks is one of my favs of his.
Sheryl Crow, 1997
The 90s is one of my favorite eras for fashion and this look has allll the 90s vibes0 the sheer slip dress and crocheted brown cardigan is the best combo.
Mary J. Blige, 1996
This head-to-toe leopard look with the black gloves and sunglasses is insane- she brought all the drama to the carpet.
Mariah Carey, 1993
Another simple, 90s Mariah Carey look. She always served the best looks- like this all red one- with such ease.
Grace Jones, 1983
This wide rimmed hat, the cutouts in the outfit, and the vibrant purple eyeshadow is amazing.
Naomi Campbell, 1991
Again, another cute 90s moment. The red boa ties the look together so well.
This full polka dot suit and heels combo is one of my favorite looks of all time and further establishes Prince as a fashion icon. He is the mold for genderless fashion today.
Michael Jackson, 1984
The king of pop showed out in this iconic, bedazzled military jacket with his signature glove.]
Stay tuned for my 2021 Grammys best dressed list!!!!