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Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Best Dressed at the 57th Grammy Awards 2015

One of the most important events on the music calendar, the Grammy awards took place on Sunday. I love it when shows like the Grammys come around because its a chance for artists and fans to enjoy the best music around.  As well as some incredible performances and winners (Sam Smith with FOUR Grammys!), there was some beautiful fashion too with some of the most beautiful women in the world. These are my favourite looks from the red carpet...

Ariana Grande looked so mature in this stunning white dress from Versace. The silver detail on the side of the dress changes quite a simple dress into something a little unique. I also love her neutral make up and signature high ponytail. 

There were several black dresses at this years Grammys, but my favourite was Beyonce looking as beautiful as ever in a dress by Proenza Schouler. The cut-out detail with hints of shimmer is amazing and Beyonce's simple waves look great. Beyonce won her 20th Grammy this year for Best RnB performance.

Bringing some British talent to the Grammy's, Rita Ora took to the red carpet in this dazzling dress by Prada. Lots of silver and metallic detail make this dress very eye-catching. 


Lastly, Taylor Swift added a pop of colour in this stunning dress by Elie Saab. The ombre of blue, high-to-low skirt and overlay of shimmer create the perfect look. Taylor never fails to look amazing on the red carpet, and dress is no exception. It's different to any dress I've seen on her, but its still looks classy. Blue is one of my favourite colours on Taylor.

Did you watch the Grammys? Who's red carpet look was your favourite? I love doing fashion posts like this, combining my love for fashion and music. Look out for another red carpet post when the biggest names in music come to London for the Brit awards!


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