Red Carpet fashion at the Grammys was glamor mixed with rock, pop, and even a little bit of country. The best dressed ladies of the night wore dresses that had the perfect mix between going dressy and keeping it fresh and young. So here again are my best dressed pics and my everyday translation for them.
A total standout of the night was Mary J. Blige in a long fuchsia gown designed by Gucci.
Gucci is a typical pick for Mary J. Blige, but this dress is a daring choice for her. I love the fuchsia color, but most of all I love the detail on the neck that adds just enough detail to make the dress interesting yet classically beautiful. My choice for an everyday look that encompasses the same style as this look is the Margarethe Scoop Neck Twist Top by Velvet.
While this everyday version of Mary J. Blige’s dress pick does not come in fuchsia, it does come in Sunny (yellow), Black, Stardust (purple), and Sprig (lt. brown). I love how sultry the twist top scoop neck makes me feel and look. This top is a perfect choice for a date or any night on the town. I also love how this look works for any body type or shape.
My next pick for best dressed at the Grammys was Jennifer Nettles in a fierce cut out gown designed by Victoria Beckham.
Sugarland’s leading lady looked like royalty at the Grammy’s last night dawning a red and black cut out gown. I love how the black out lines and cut outs give a completely flattering and classic look a bit of a modern twist. I also applaud Jennifer for being such a trendsetter and picking a relatively new red carpet designer.
My everyday translation of this look is an adorable cut out top designed by Ella Moss.
The Blaire Puffsleeve top features a 3/4 length sleeve with cut outs near the shoulders which are lined in white. I love how this cut out exposes skin right where the collar bones and the shoulder connect. I also love that Ella Moss carries this top two bold colors: Candy Apple (red) as well as Admiral (Navy Blue).
Find these everyday styles and more designed by Velvet, Ella Moss, Sweet Pea, Alix K. and more at Vintage Fringe everyday and of course comment on this post with your own best dressed picks from the Grammys.