The 2014 Grammys (Jan. 26) were not without a handful of questionable frocks and outfits. Thankfully, there were only a few dresses that made us ask, “WTF were they thinking?”
We’ve compiled the worst dressed artists at the ceremony here. We’re confident some of these lovely ladies will rebound at their next major event, though!
Skylar Grey, who we love, wore Michael Costello, the same designer Beyonce donned — but to drastically different results. Grey’s leather-look dress resembled a giant Band-Aid, due to its color and the porous-like fabric and meh hue. In a different color, this might have been decent. The mermaid hem didn’t work, either.
Kaya Jones, recognized by astute pop music fans as a former Pussycat Doll, wore this leather ensemble. It was poorly styled, with ill-placed slits — and the wet-look was somewhat cheap. Nothing about this was appropriate for the Grammys.
Alicia Keys‘ custom Armani Prive dress in cobalt blue should have been a winner. It clung to every last curve, showed off sideboob and was a daring color. But given A. Keys’ propensity for red carpet dazzlers, this left us underwhelmed. The more we looked at it, the more it felt a bit “off,” and we’re thinking it’s due to the halter neck and the placement of the belt.
We know Chrisette Michele is way ‘Better’ than this loudness. A pantsuit is always risky, but this pattern was distracting.
Paris Hilton‘s high collar, sidebum-showing, House of Milani gown didn’t stack up when compared to other numbers of the night. The prim collar was too constricting. P. Hilton did carry it with confidence, so the heiress earned points for that.
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