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Awards season is well under way, and tonight we’re excited to dig into some serious red carpet style. The biggest night in music kicks off with the Grammy Awards, airing tonight. Unlike the buttoned-up formality that accompanies style at the Golden Globes and Oscars, the Grammy awards gives our favorite music stars the opportunity to bend the rules a bit, throw on a pair of sunglasses and have some fun with fashion. Take, for example, Shania Twain’s fashionably over-the-top polka dot Harris Reed suit, complete with a towering hat (and enduringly trendy hot pink hair).
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Whether you’re watching to see if Beyoncé snags enough awards to become the winningest Grammy award recipient of all time, eager to see Harry Styles take to the stage or are hoping to just add some Grammy-powered style to your own wardrobe, we’ve got you covered with color commentary on some of the night’s top ensembles—and easy ways to steal the looks for yourself.
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Seen on Lizzo: Opera gloves, a twist on the classic
It’s no secret that elbow-length (and even higher) gloves have been steadily on the rise in recent seasons, but we weren’t ready for the glamorous, gloved-up looks that the stars were serving on the Grammys red carpet. From Lizzo’s custom orange Dolce & Gabbana gloves to Doja Cat’s patent leather Versace number (even Jack Harlow got it on the action), full-length gloves are an easy way to add a touch of class—and some serious camp—to any special event look.
To recreate the look yourself, opt for gloves that play with texture and transparency to add visual interest to your look. The Secret Garden Tulle Gloves from High Heel Jungle are delicate, see-through gloves embroidered with sweet sequin flowers. For something more classic, consider the Long Gloves from Norma Kamali, offered in a tasteful Celadon green in a slightly sheer nylon-spandex blend. Want a complete look? Go for the UO Lana Velvet Mini Dress & Glove Set, which features a purple mini dress, complete with coordinated elbow-length velvet gloves.
Take it from Kacey Musgraves: Barbiecore endures in glamorous fashion
In case you missed it, pink is the color du jour, and Barbiecore was still in full swing on the Grammys red carpet. Stars like Bebe Rexha hit the trend right on the nose with a jawdropping pink number, while Kacey Musgraves amped up the fashion with feathers.
To add some Barbie-approved pink to your wardrobe, recreate Brandi Carlile’s performance look with the By Anthropologie Shine Shirt. Pair this attention grabbing shirt with black skinny jeans and low heels for a look that’s equal parts glamorous and fun. For a sweeter take on the trend that you can wear every day, opt for the Faux Leather Shirt Dress from Anthropologie.
Color inspo from Cardi B: Make a splash with jewel tones
From Lizzo’s orange confection of a cape, to Taylor Swift’s midnight blue crop and skirt to Cardi B’s royal blue sculptural gown by Indian couturier Gaurav Gupta and Kelsea Ballerini’s shockingly yellow Prabal Gurung masterpiece—this season, color should be your moda operandi.
Headed to a red carpet of your own? Try on the Strapless Sweetheart Neck Satin Gown from Mac Duggal for a classic design in a vibrant marigold yellow. For a more everyday approach to the jewel tone trend, opt for the Rosalie Jumpsuit from Fame and Partners. This satin jumpsuit is loose and airy, and ready for vibrant statement accessories.
Shine like Harry Styles: Bling out with all-over sparkle
Not for the faint of heart, one of the trends that ruled the red carpet this year were glittering, fully sequined garments. Harry Styles sported a glittering set of overalls-turned-jumpsuit from Egonlab, while Mary J. Blige’s glittering cutout dress from The Blonde’s was designed to make heads turn. We expect to see blinged-out looks all award season, and these fun takes have inspired us to add some sparkle to our own wardrobes.
Whether you’re headed to Harry’s House or just your bestie’s opt for the Collective the Label metallic wide leg jumpsuit in colorblock, which uses a highly reflective metallic textile in a pink and red colorblock. If a dress is more your speed, reach for the Glamorous Iridescent Sequin Long Sleeve Mini Dress from Urban Outfitters for a dress that’s sure to shine on the dancefloor. Finally, for a more luxurious take on the trend, try on the Studio 54 Kate Sequin Dress from Le Superbe when you’re ready to make a splash. This form-fitting style will cling in all the right places, letting the light reflect off of its thousands of sequins
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