Grammys 2014


 Many stars graced the 2014 Grammys red carpet in stunning designer gowns and tailored suits. While most made you want to max out your credit cards to purchase their looks, some made you want to grab the nearest bucket while holding on to your lunch.

aylor Swift is known for writing songs about her heartbreaks, but she definitely broke a few herself on the red carpet. Swift dazzled in a sparkling silver Gucci gown. The simple shape and jaw-dropping fabric flattered Swift’s petite frame.

Colbie Caillat wowed viewers in a flawlessly constructed Ezra Santos gown. The high neck-line combined with mesh cut-outs were the perfect combination of sophisticated and sexy.

eyoncé  is well known for the elaborate dresses she wears, but somehow the pop queen continues to surprise us with her elegance. She wore a Michael Costello white and nude mesh-lace gown showing off her new size 2 frame. 

 s expected, some stars unfortunately lacked luster on the carpet of the 2014 Grammys. These terrible outfits made you want to jump through your television set and ask “Did you look in the mirror before you came?”

antasia Barrino had a lace overload on the red carpet. What would have been a stunning knee length dress was overwhelmed by the awkward floor length lace design. The dress not only gave Fantasia an unflattering shape, but the distracting red strap only made you wonder if she rushed to the red carpet after clocking out from working the TJ Maxx showroom floor.

adeea Volianova left everyone speechless, in a bad way. The Russian singer/songwriter shocked the viewers in what may have been her prom-night gown. As if the dress wasn’t bad enough, her knee-high lace design sparkling boots, with silk bow accents made her a definite winner of the worst dressed Grammy attendant.

harrell is known for his relaxed style and continued to show it off by wearing jeans and an Adidias tracksuit jacket. Although his outfit was simple, his hat was a sure conversation piece of the night. At first glimpse of Pharrell’s Vivan Westwood 1970 hat design, social media broke out into an uproar. Hundreds of Smokey the Bear hat comparisons flooded Twitter. 

ven though Pharrell’s hat wasn’t a fan favorite, many fashion enthusiasts applauded his daring and vintage move. Fashion police’s George Kotsiopoulos said, “If you’re gonna wear crazy stuff, you have to own it. Which he does.”