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Faith Hill In Zuhair Murad – 2017 Grammy Awards

Faith Hill hit the red carpet of the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12).

The country superstar wore an elegant, long-sleeved Zuhair Murad gown from the designer’s Pre-Fall 2017 collection.

Red is most certainly a color trend tonight, and the hue looks gorgeous on Faith, but I do take exception to a couple of her styling choices. First off, I really miss the belt from the runway look! I’m also having a hard time with the competing shades of red with the dress, shoes and clutch–they aren’t exact shade matches, and it’s distracting.

Finally, while her hair is absolute #goals on every level, leaving it down and voluminous detracts from the gown’s fierce shoulders.

Do you think I’m being too critical here of a truly lovely gown?

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Mya In Styland – 2017 Grammy Awards

Mya attended the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12).

The singer wore a red satin Styland suit with L’Dezen by Payal Shah jewels. 

I love a good pantsuit on the red carpet, but unfortunately, this just looks sloppy.

It’s the pussybow that is killing this for me. The peek-boo bralette under the suit could have been a risqué and fun addition to the more demure fashion choice of a suit, but with the bow, too, it’s just overkill.

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Tori Kelly In Badgley Mischka – 2017 Grammy Awards

Tori Kelly was also on the red carpet before hitting the stage to perform a star-studded tribute to the BeeGees at the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12) in LA.

Absence of any of the evening’s more prevalent ostentatious glitz, the singer relied on the gorgeous dark-green hue of this Badgley Mischka gown to make a statement.

And it did.

While the flamenco effect of the tiered ruffle silhouette of the dress wasn’t anything to write home about, golden accessories including Neil Lane jewels and an Edie Parker clutch brought a layer of glamour to the more casual look.

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Laura Pausini In Valentino Couture – 2017 Grammy Awards

Laura Pausini attended the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12).

The singer wore a long-sleeved, black Valentino Couture gown from the Fall 2016 collection.

To say that this dress leaves much to be desired is quite the understatement for me. It is just so ‘meh’.

However, a couple of tweaks could have really helped things–getting her dark hair pulled up and off of the dark dress would have helped, and some sort of really eye-catching jewelry, like the necklace we see on the runway, would have also elevated the look dramatically.

You may recall that Nicole Kidman wore the shorter version of the look last month, and losing some of the length helps a lot for me.

Am I missing the point, or are you equally underwhelmed?

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Kelsea Ballerini In Ines Di Santo – 2017 Grammy Awards

Before taking the stage to perform, Kelsea Ballerini walked the red carpet at the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12) in LA.

The singer wore an Ines Di Santo corset gown that was blooming with a sweet garden of dimensional floral embroidery.

While some may take issue with the nude hue, which could have faded into the background, both the robin’s egg blue accent colour and her glowing makeup did enough to create a luminous touch for this feminine look.

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Carrie Underwood In Elie Madi – 2017 Grammy Awards

Carrie Underwood looked red hot at the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12).

The country superstar wore a dramatic, long-sleeved Elie Madi gown with gold hoop Nigaam earrings and Jimmy Choo ‘Max’ sandals.

Is this a whole lotta look? One hundred percent. Am I absolutely eating it up? One hundred percent!

The Asian-inspired high neckline and voluminous sleeves perfectly offset the keyhole opening on the bodice and the dramatic front slit, while the sequins and intricate detailing offer a perfect wow-factor.

Keeping her makeup in shades of nudes and browns and her fingernails free of color allows the fiery red hue to have a moment–and what a moment it is!

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