The 2021 Grammys' Best Dressed Celebrities

The 2021 Grammys' Best Dressed Celebrities


The 2021 Grammys' Best Dressed Celebrities

Snub or success, our favorite singers certainly looked like winners last night.

Snub or success, our favorite singers certainly looked like winners last night.

Text: Lauren Gruber

Whether in expertly coordinated face masks or a series of studded looks from Versace, our favorite singers took full advantage of the excuse to ditch their sweatpants for a night out at the Grammys. From the red carpet to the stage, here are our favorite looks of the evening.

Best Outfit Changes: Dua Lipa

On the red carpet, the Best Pop Vocal Album winner was a vision in a Swarovski crystal-encrusted Atelier Versace column dressed adorned with a shimmering butterfly detail. The pop star then slipped into a fuschia cape and studded high-waisted two-piece set for her invigorating performance of "Levitating" and "Don't Start Now."

Best Mask Coordination: Megan Thee Stallion

Diamonds clearly were a girl's best friend in Megan Thee Stallion's Marilyn-inspired orange gown and collar of jewels — complete with a matching face mask. The Houston hottie rocked a thigh-high slit as she took home awards for Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance, and Best Rap Song alongside Beyonce.

Best Floral: Taylor Swift

While not exactly groundbreaking for spring, Taylor Swift looked like a woodland fairy as she earned a record third Album of the Year award. Her intricate pressed-flower dress from Oscar De La Renta embodied the spirit of folklore.

Best Thirst Trap: Harry Styles

The Watermelon Sugar singer with a penchant for Gucci stunned in a cropped leather jacket, matching flare pants, and faux-fur boa from the label as he opened the Grammys and later won Best Pop Vocal Performance.

Best Metallic: Chloe X Halle

While they didn't take home awards last night, Chloe and Halle looked like champions in coordinating gold zebra-print Louis Vuitton looks with plunging sweetheart necklines. Chloe's mesh gloves and leather boots added contrast, while Halle opted for a matching hair wrap.

Best Hair Accesories: Lizzo

Lizzo looked adorable while congratulating her friend and collaborator Harry Styles in a scintillating one-shoulder ruched Balmain dress and matching pink hair clips.

Best Plunge: Doja Cat

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Doja Cat turned heads in a daring Roberto Cavalli gown with a leather-accented bodice and green feathered skirt. The dramatic look was accented by her slick mullet and Lorraine Schwartz diamonds.

Best Twins: Anderson Paak and Bruno Mars

Now known as Silk Sonic, the duo channeled vintage glam in 70s-inspired burnt orange suits and tinted glasses during their performance of Leave The Door Open.

Best Suit: Ingrid Andress

The Best New Artist nominee looked powerful in a white set and draped crystal bodysuit from Armani Privé. Chopard jewels, a white-tipped manicure, and a strong brow courtesy of Armani Beauty elevated the look.

Best LBD: Beyonce

In honor of breaking the record for most Grammys held by a female artist (28!), the legendary superstar made a stop by the awards show in a Schiaparelli Haute Couture gathered minidress and sculptural drop earrings.

Best Halloween Costume: Phoebe Bridgers

While her Grammy snub might incite some violence in Elton John, Phoebe Bridgers made creepy couture in an anatomical Thom Browne number.

Best Disney Princess: Jhené Aiko

Jhené Aiko gave major Disney vibes in a gorgeous, voluminous gown from Monsoori. The Chilombo singer was accompanied by on-again beau Big Sean (in Roger Vivier loafers) for her red carpet appearance.

Best Bucket Hat: Billie Eilish

As Record Of The Year winner for the second time in a row, Billie Eilish served her signature understated glam in a jacquard Gucci suit, leather loafers, and matching gloves and bucket hat.


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