2017 Grammys Red Carpet Fails

When it comes to awards ceremonies, it’s probably fair to say that it’s at the Grammys that some of the world’s biggest stars get more adventurous, daring to wear something a little different, a little more ‘out there’.The 2017 Grammys did not disappoint with ‘different’.

Let’s face it, aside from celebrating the past year in music we also celebrate fashion at the annual Grammys Awards. Note that ‘fashion’ is the operative word – fashion and style hold two very different meanings (in my books anyway). I have to admit, I love seeing the classic gowns, the archetypical type that sweep the red carpet – the fairytale Hollywood glamour dresses, and much to my disappointment, the 2017 Grammys were lacklustre when it came to gorgeous Grammy outfits.

Don’t even get me started on the Girl Crush plastic ball ensemble and Jacqueline Van Bierk’s CD covered dress!

Making a statement is one thing…I just wish some of these women had a little more class. So, because there were very few Grammy outfit favourites this year, here are my worst dressed Grammy women (in no particular order).

solange
Solange Knowles, usually the one who makes less of a statement out of the Knowles’ sisters, resembles a golden award in Gucci. Her squished in feet to a pair of plastic heels is enough to make me want to grab a bag!
gaga17
There’s no surprise here. Lady Gaga at the 2017 Grammys resembled a dominatrix or the sort…50 Shades Darker anyone? 
katy
Katy Perry blonde…I love it. Katy Perry at the 2017 Grammys in a Tom Ford lamp shade dress…not my cup of tea! 
jlo
Jennifer Lopez in Ralph & Russo fails to impress. The colour’s lovely and fresh, but there’s just to much peek-a-boo going on, and don’t get me started on the side neck-tie? 

adele

halsey

heidi

santigold

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elle
80’s Bridesmaid anyone? Elle King gets it oh-so wrong in this Disney inspired gown.

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