The Grammys are the first major opportunity of the year for musicians to walk the red carpet. So, needless to say, it’s expected that they do so in style. Last year’s sartorial selections were a bit on the safe side, and this year’s veered only slightly more daring.
Would we have liked to see more stars take more chances? Sure, but we did witness a handful of gorgeous looks, like Paris Jackson’s colorful Balmain jumpsuit and Adele’s green Givenchy gown. And leave it to fashion goddess Solange to save the night in a radiant gold off-the-shoulder number.
Ahead, we’ve gathered some more of our favorites. Click through to see who made the cut.
Halsey brought the '90s to the Grammys in a Christian Wijnants blue silk pantsuit.
The more tulle, the better, says Jennifer Lopez’s purple Ralph & Russo dress.
Did we really expect Gaga to go demure this year?
Laverne Cox’s skintight leather dress is the definition of va-va-voom.
Paris Jackson’s Balmain number was an unexpected shimmery delight.
Rihanna arrived fashionably late, but she’s never not worth it. Especially in this Armani Prive look.
Santigold is a pink school girl vision in Gucci.
Minimalism is in by way of Skylar Grey's white collared Mario Dice dress.
Solange never disappoints, and this gilded off-the-shoulder pleated Gucci dress might just be one of our favorite looks from the singer.
Best New Artist nominee Kelsea Ballerini’s Ines Di Santo floral gown has us praying for spring’s speedy arrival.
Keyhole dresses were having a moment on the red carpet and Demi Lovato’s Julien Macdonald’s mermaid dress is a standout of the bunch.
We’d be down to wear singer Daya’s long-sleeve Balmain dress on or off the red carpet.
Black can read boring on the red carpet, but Chrissy Teigen managed to catch and hold our attention.
Sequins and feathers? Katy Perry in Tom Ford somehow makes it work.
Blue Ivy channeled Prince with a pink suit and ruffle top.
Actual groundbreaking florals courtesy of Elle King and Teuta Matoshi.
Who says crop tops don’t belong on the red carpet? Not Lea Michele in this Roberto Cavalli two-piece.