Now that the 2019 Latin Grammy Awards have been handed out, it's time to take a closer look at the fashion! Wonderwall.com is rounding up the best and worst dressed stars on the red carpet, starting on a high with Sofia Carson! The star's stunning hot pink confection by Giambattista Valli was our favorite look of the night. From the long ruffled sleeves to the ruffled hemline to the dramatic cape and its ultra-glamorous train to the shiny silver heels, we adored every bit of this over-the-top look. Keep reading to see more of the memorable style moments of the night…
What's happening here, Bad Bunny? The star arrived in a massive blue velvet coat, black trousers and dress shoes and huge sunglasses — a look that certainly stood out but didn't exactly land him on the hit list.
We loved Rosalia's standout black-and-white Carolina Herrera dress! We'll even excuse the overdone high-low hemline thanks to this confection's bold polka dot pattern choice. Making things even sweeter? Those heart hoop earrings and killer ivory House of CB mules.
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Yes, Olga Tañón! The star arrived in this fabulous velvet jumpsuit, which featured long sleeves and a thick leather belt detail. She accessorized with a wide-brimmed black hat, boots and sandals, delivering one of our favorite looks of the night.
Are they boots? Leggings? Pants? We're not sure what Marie Monti was wearing underneath that extremely short one-sleeved black frock but we're sure of one thing — it amounted to a fashion miss!
Roselyn Sanchez stunned in this beautiful Nicolas Jebran gown in muted jewel tones. The halter-style frock featured slits of sheer paneling and mosaic-style detailing and even included a massive thigh-high slit to show off a bit more skin.
Mexican superstar Thalia arrived at the Latin Grammy Awards decked out in red, one of the most popular colors of the night. But this red gown's shiny fabric paired with her dramatic posing made her look feel more tacky than couture.
Former Fifth Harmony member Lauren Jauregui's strapless gown featured dueling black and white stripes. We loved not only the bold striping but the fitted silhouette and the way the singer opted for a half-up, half-down hairdo to complement the look.
We weren't crazy about Alessia Cara's Latin Grammy Awards getup. The singer arrived in this dress that started with a simple black sparkly bodice that gave way to a loud pink, white, black and red design down the skirt. Though weren't fans of the frock, we did like the platform peep-toe heels she paired it with.
Ricky Martin hit the red carpet looking handsome in a black suit and bow tie. The star was on hand for hosting duties on the big night.
The award for the best headpiece on the red carpet? That definitely goes to Natalia Jiménez, who sported this stunning floral design. She wore the unique accessory with a one-shouldered blue gown complete with a belt detail and thigh-high slit and spiced things up with bold metallic and pink heels and drop earrings. Let's take a closer look…
Natalia Jiménez's gorgeous headpiece deserves a closer look. Just check out the size of the individual flowers. Equally eye-catching? Those dazzling dangly earrings she added to the mix.
Yikes! Marilina Bertoldi was anything but red carpet ready in this ill-fitting pale yellow suit. Making matters worse? That oddly short patterned tie and the sneakers she opted to pair it with.
Evelyn Sicairos wore this pretty emerald green gown, which featured long sleeves, a high neck and cut-outs at the shoulders. The floor length frock and also included gold leaf detailing along the waist, making for an elegant red carpet moment.
Another emerald green gown we adored? Angela Aguilar's sweet velvet dress, which featured a faux turtleneck, ruffled sleeves and a tiered skirt that ended in a tiny train.
Halloween was last month, Malillany Marin! The star arrived in this strange getup that gave us angel vibes with those feathered wing-like sleeves. Aside from the odd dramatic feather touches, the high-low hemline lost us.
Milly Quezada arrived looking like royalty in this navy blue ballgown. The strapless frock featured a plunging neckline and a beautiful bedazzled belt detail at the waist.
Luis Fonsi's patterned jacket spiced up his all-black ensemble, making this look one of the standout menswear moments of the night.
Fernanda Kelly proved that there is such thing as too much tulle! The star arrived in this silver and white confection — which started with a sparkly bodice before giving way to massive amounts of layered and tiered froth.
Paz Vega looked glamorous in this black dress with a shimmering high neck and long sleeves. The simple yet sophisticated gown paired perfectly with her sleek updo and red lip.
Prince Royce kept things crisp in all white. We loved his suit and white shirt combination, and the way he paired it with black boots.
Soraya's menswear-inspired moment fell flat on the Latin Grammy Awards red carpet. The star arrived in this silver pantsuit paired with a matching bralette for an underwhelming fashion moment.
Now this is commitment to a print! Enrique Campos arrived in this very bold floral-printed suit and even added floral-print sneakers to match… and we don't hate it!
Lady in red! Chiquinquira Delgado arrived matching the red carpet in this beautiful strapless design with tiered layers of tulle.
Another star who opted for a bright red frock? Ana Brenda Contreras, who sported this single-sleeved minidress. Unfortunately, unlike many of the other red dress choices at the Latin Grammys, this one wasn't a hit. We weren't crazy about the randomly placed floor-length panel stemming from the hip or the way she paired it with pink heels.
Perhaps the stars were gearing up for Christmas a little early? There were many red and green gowns at the Latin Grammy Awards, and Maria Toledo's dress was no exception! The star selected this long-sleeved emerald design with a plunging neckline and a belted detail at the waist for an elegant red carpet moment.
Sorry, Rodrigo Crespo, but this look is not it! The star arrived on the red carpet in jeans and boots and topped his ensemble with a poncho-style knitted top that was way too casual for the prestigious event.
Chesca stood out in this pale yellow gown featuring an off-the-shoulder cut and ruffled detailing along the neckline. This pretty, fitted frock gave way to a mermaid-style skirt — a unique silhouette at the Latin Grammy Awards.
It was a Gucci getup for Victoria Kuhne. The star arrived in this sleek red suit with a white blouse underneath paired with chunky white heels by — who else? — Gucci! Let's take a closer look…
Upon closer inspection, Victoria Kuhne even paired her chunky white Gucci heels with hot pink socks emblazoned with the Gucci logo.
We love a bold menswear moment and Leiva delivered! The star sported this dark green suit with a brighter hue of green underneath and brown boots. Despite the sleek look, he still lost us when he topped it all with a gray and pink wide-brimmed hat!
Luis Sandoval's look started out great with this beautiful red velvet tuxedo jacket. Unfortunately, things went awry after that choice! He paired the unique pick with dull black slacks, a tiny bow tie and dress shoes sans socks and nullified his killer jacket choice.
Juan Ingaramo was certainly innovative when it came to how he wore his suit on the red carpet. The star decided to rock the jacket on his shoulders and pair his coordinates with a tight black tank top, thin belt and dress shoes for a fashion-forward take on basic menswear.
Yikes! Where to begin with Anitta's bizarre red carpet ensemble? Her look was comprised of a crop top that was essentially a massive bow (see that next) and a sparkly high-waisted skirt with a thigh-high slit. She finished things off with sparkly hoops, a red lip and black heels, but this odd getup needs to be seen from another angle…
From the back, Anitta's crop top makes a little more sense as it was tied in a massive bow that flowed into a dramatic train. Unfortunately for the star, from both angles, this look was a miss.
Sometimes it's best to stick to the classics! Case in point: Rafael Araneda, who certainly looked dapper in the classic black suit, tie and dress shoes combo.
Aleyda Ortiz gave us Disney-villain vibes in the best way in this dramatic gown. It featured black embellishments down the bodice and a full skirt comprised of tulle and studded with pearls for a gorgeous, yet subtle, extra-glamorous detail.
Too casual, Feid! The star decided to wear a Yankees jacket, black jeans and sneakers to one of Latin music's biggest nights, amounting to a miss in our book.
Lena Burke opted for a pretty vibrant blue design, arriving in this off-the-shoulder number featuring billowing sleeves that gave a cape-like effect and a fitted skirt that flowed down to a diminutive train.
Borja Voces arrived looking sharp in a classic menswear combo. He donned the equivalent of a good little black dress — a three-piece velvet tuxedo with a big bow tie and dress shoes.