The '00s weren't known for exquisite fashion, but it sure is fun to look back at the era's funky style! From bright colors (get ready to see a whole lot of purple!) to chunky accessories, the decade featured plenty of interesting looks. In honor of the 2018 Grammys on Jan. 28, Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the memorable fashion moments from the ceremony 10 years ago! First up is Beyonce! The superstar opted for this baby blue Elie Saab number with silver sequins and a whole lot of tulle at the 2008 Grammy Awards. Keep reading to continue this stroll down memory lane…
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For her first Grammy Awards ever, Taylor Swift showed up in this pretty purple confection, a strapless custom Sandi Spika gown. The country crooner wore her hair in curls for the big event — and check out that blue eyeliner!
Another superstar in purple back in 2008? Rihanna! The singer attended the Grammy Awards for the second time ever in this bright purple Zac Posen minidress. The design featured a full skirt, inexplicable sheer straps and was accessorized with strappy silver heels and a chunky bracelet.
She's so 2008, you're so 2000 and late! Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson arrived in style in this pale yellow strapless dress. The most 2008 element of the frock? That asymmetrical hemline!
Who could forget Carrie Underwood's 2008 Grammy's look? The country superstar rocked a beautiful multicolored floral-print halter dress by Zuhair Murad on music's biggest night. The ensemble was one of our favorite looks from Carrie of all time!
Seal looked sharp at the Grammys that year rocking a crisp all-white suit by Yves Saint Laurent. We liked the addition of the black dotted tie, but those shoes? We would definitely leave those in that decade!
Oh hey, Miley Cyrus! The star was in attendance at the 2008 Grammys rocking a very shiny Celine number. Then 15 years old, Miley accessorized with a silver clutch and a matching pair of peep-toe heels.
Back in 2008, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert were still together and made the Grammy Awards a date night. Blake wore a messy suit with an untucked shirt while Miranda donned a bronze gown with a low neckline and bow detailing.
Now we can't blame 2008 for this look, but Cyndi Lauper's Grammy ensemble that year was certainly… memorable. The singer rocked long gloves to match her black frock that featured cap sleeves, tiered frills and a little lace.
Yellow was a big color that year! Colbie Caillat (remember her?) opted for a tiny minidress in the warm hue. She also accessorized with a nod to her love of Hawaii, where she's written a lot of her music, with a big flower in her hair.
Oh, look! It's a young John Legend and… who is that on his arm? Well, adorably, it's an equally young Chrissy Teigen! The darling couple were just dating way back then, with John showing up in an ill-fitting suit and Chrissy opting for a slinky, silvery white gown.
One-shouldered styles were all the rage in 2008, and Faith Hill followed the trend with this sleek black dress. The country crooner's gown had detailing at the top of the shoulder and a perfect little train to amp up the glamour!
Her lip gloss is poppin'! Lil Mama rocked plenty of warm shades on the 2008 Grammys red carpet in a very loud printed halter dress.
You weren't styling in 2008 without a hat! Ne-Yo exemplified this on music's biggest night when he paired a brown fedora with a gray suit, a black dress shirt and black shoes — yikes!
Beyonce brought along sister Solange Knowles to the Grammys ceremony that year. A star in her own right, she was known for pushing the fashion envelope but played it relatively safe back then in a black minidress and chunky black heels.
A red carpet with Brooke Hogan? Yep, it was definitely the '00s! The reality star and daughter of Hulk Hogan went with one of the most popular colors of the night — purple! — wearing a slinky satin number with sequins for a quintessentially 2008 look!
Keyshia Cole rocked a black belted minidress back at the '08 ceremony, pairing her satiny confection with a pair of strappy black heels.
A beauty in blue! Nelly Furtado went with an electric blue gown by Arthur Mendoza, which featured a popular element of the era — ruching! The Canadian singer accessorized with a thick gold necklace.
Check out that skinny tie! Josh Groban looked, well, perfectly 2008 by partaking in the hottest trend for men at the time — a barely there, super-skinny navy tie. He added it to a black dress shirt, gray suit jacket and what appears to be a pair of gray jeans. Oh, Josh!
Riding high on the success of her 2007 hit "Unwritten," Natasha Bedingfield hit the Grammys red carpet in the hottest color of the night — purple! Her strapless gown by Reem Acra featured a full skirt and a matching belt.
"American Idol" star Fantasia Barrino wore a major black ball gown to the Grammys in 2008. The strapless dress featured a lengthy and glamorous train and she rocked it with an updo for a very prom-like look.
Way back before she was a "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast member, Lisa Rinna was strangely at the Grammy Awards where she showed off some great '08 style in this slinky metallic frock and her signature hairstyle that hasn't changed since.
A then-pregnant Melissa Joan Hart showed off her baby bump in a simple black spaghetti-strap dress. She kept things casual with an updo and pendant necklace. The actress was nearly ready to pop at the time — son Braydon was born just one month later!
Kimberly Williams selected a black dress with a sheer overlay that she wore underneath a floor-length coat back in 2008 when she attended the Grammys alongside hubby Brad Paisley. For his part, Brad kept with his signature style: a cowboy hat, boots and jeans.
Amy Lee of Evanescence stayed true to her brand back in 2008, showing up in — what else? — black. The star wore a timeless wispy black halter dress that could actually pop up on a red carpet today too.
Ludacris rocked shades on the red carpet! He accessorized his otherwise all-black look with a white tie and a gray pocket square.
Yoko Ono got in on the fashion fun by adding a stark white top hat to her all-black look at the 2008 Grammys. And, like Ludacris, she also opted to accessorize with shades.
Remember Mika? The one-hit wonder (he had that hit single "Grace Kelly") was in attendance at the 2008 Grammys where he made a pretty unique fashion statement in a vest and scarf.