Grammy’s Fashion trends

The Grammy’s are the biggest night of music AND Fashion! The 55th Annual Grammy Awards may have issued a wardrobe advisory in the days leading up to the big night at the Staples Center in L.A., but the women of the music industry certainly weren’t going to let that stand in their way on Feb. 10, a fact made perfectly clear by the sexy cutout dresses worn by the likes of Taylor Swift, Alicia Keys, Ashanti and Kelly Rowland.

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Also on the red carpet was Jennifer Lopez, who put her leg on full display with a slit cut all the way to her hip! Her black Anthony Vaccarello dress was perfect for the divine diva. JLo knows how to steal the spotlight, and there’s no denying the fact that her leg is a real winner of the night.

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Carrie Underwood opted for a strapless Roberto Cavalli gown, but it was her statement jewels around her neck that really stood out.

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Carly Rae compared picking out her dress to Disney princess Ariel getting her legs. When she finally chose the gorgeous Roberto Cavalli gown, she said she felt like she “had legs.”

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However other stars were not that lucky and did not look their best. Adele, Estelle. Florence Welch and Kat Dennings who opted for brighter and more floral dresses did not look good..AT ALL.

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What did you think of the Fashion risks and misses of the night?

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