Fashion

Best Dressed at The Grammy Awards

I adore watching the stars walk the red carpet for all the awards shows and especially love the Grammy’s because the dress code seems to be more fun. My picks for best dressed are listed below.

Gwen Stefani killed it in a black Versace jumpsuit with and fun sheer wave design in the bodice. Giuliana Rancic had an amazing long sleeve black dress by Steve Khalil that had peek a boo sleeves and a deep v front. Ariana Grande rocked Versace’s sexy, low back and silver mesh detailed gown. Taylor Swift funked it up with a high-low hemline gradient aqua blue dress by Elie Saab. These looks stood out to me and were really memorable. I love how fun they all were and well suited to each celebrity’s personality.

Award season is my favorite season here in Los Angeles because the town in buzzing with energy and I get to see the parties popping up all around my neighborhood. I love the shows themselves and hearing all the acceptance speeches, but the fashion is truly my favorite part.

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Fashion

Pants at the People’s Choice Awards

Tonight was the People’s Choice Awards here in Los Angeles and a popular trend on the red carpet was pants.

The fashion statement appeared on celebrities wearing jumpsuits and full suitings. The women proved that men don’t always have to wear the pants. They rocked this look in an array of colors and styles. Comfort had to be part of the selection process when meeting with stylists to narrow down the options to finally choose the pant styles. Pockets are also helpful for stashing lipgloss for touch ups as well as Kings Hawaiian rolls as spoofed on the show. It was a play on skit on how no food or beverage was allowed in the room and how the celebrities were secretly stashing contraband food into the show. Having attended several of these shows, I can attest, you do get quite hungry and no food is served. I get it, boo hoo for princess problems, but still.

Back to the pantsuits…I really enjoyed seeing these few women stun on the red carpet in this empowering look and look forward to what the rest of award season has to offer.

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