Every year there are two prestigious award shows that capture the attention of the fashion world: The Oscars and The Grammys.
The Pre-Show Red Carpet has every paparazzi scrambling for the best spot. Every artist is striking their best pose and every designer hoping their item will be featured in a ‘Best’ rather than ‘Worst’ dressed tabloid gallery. This year’s 58th Annual Grammy Awards, held at the Staples Centre, Los Angeles, most certainly did not disappoint. From classic all-black glamour, cut-outs and the return of colour-blocking, we’ve rounded up the winning trends that will make you the best dressed wedding guest.
All Black Glamour
Cover up and flatter like Adele, who absolutely nailed it in a Givenchy Haute Couture ensemble by Riccardo Tisci. The magic is in the detailing of pearls, embroidery and sequins and how the dress cinches in the waist to flatter all of Adele’s natural curves.
A-line or pear shaped, this style of dress is will bring timeless glam to any occasion.
For the more daring of you, why not steal the show like Carrie Underwood in this show-stopping Nicolas Jebran gown. The two-tone use of different textures makes this gorgeous dress pop as does the ruching into the thigh high split, which is still on trend. As a wedding guest, you needn’t look elsewhere for an excuse to show off your legs this season.
Take a peak the rest of our Black Glamour Creme de la Picks below:
Tailored with a Twist featuring Zendaya Coleman in DSquared2 and Demi Lovato in Norisol Ferrari.
Black on Black featuring women of colour; MC Lyte, Jonelle Monae and Tasha Cobbs.
The cut-out dress has been fleeting in and out of our fashion wardrobes. If these ensembles are anything to go by, this is the season to experiment with a statement cut-out piece if you want to share a little bit of friendly flesh like Selena Gomez who stuns in this Calvin Klein number.
Kaley Cuoco shines in sequin cut-out jumpsuit that gives a nod to the trending pastel colour wedding theme. Seraya McNeill dazzles in a lavender dress whilst Bella Hadid vamps the trend up in a dramatic all black Alexandre Vauthier piece.