The Grammys never disappoint when it comes to quirky style, and the 2017 Grammy Awards were no exception! Now that the awards have all been handed out, it's time to judge the funky fashion. First up? Bow down to Queen Adele! The successful singer arrived in this phenomenal green gown by Givenchy. We loved the patchwork-like detailing on the bodice and the striping along the skirt, but her beauty look was even more impressive. Keep reading to get a closer look and see the rest of the best and worst style!
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Adele was positively glowing on the Grammys red carpet, with her signature cat eye and warm rosy lip and cheek hues. Her side-swept waves also pulled double duty — they not only framed her face perfectly, but they also showed off those gorgeous jeweled earrings.
One of the most perplexing looks of the night — Katy Perry! Sorry KatyCats, but we were not into this funky Tom Ford creation. A slinky metallic dress on top and a champagne ombre feathered frock on the bottom, this hybrid design left us with more questions than answers. But while we weren't digging her outfit, her beauty look was on point.
Katy Perry debuted lighter locks on the Grammys red carpet, and we're loving her new blond tresses! She kept her makeup glam, with a smoky eye and a dark lip, and accessorized with the must-have item of the night — a nose ring!
We've got one word for Cee-Lo Green — why?! The music star arrived on the Grammys red carpet in this, well… we're not sure what to call this. His all-gold ensemble left us all completely speechless.
Leave it to Rihanna to blow us away with her Grammys style! We loved her Armani Prive ensemble, which featured a tiny orange halter top and full black skirt. And we loved the way the dress worked around her tattoos — plus how she opted to keep her hair long and wavy. Let's take a closer look!
Rihanna accessorized with jewelry by David Webb and Chopard and kept her beauty look simple with a smoky eye and pale lip.
Just like many other stars at the 2017 Grammys, Carrie Underwood selected a red gown. Though we appreciated the way her Elie Madi creation embraced another trend of the night, a high-neck, the rest of the dress fell flat for us. The gown's long bell sleeves were excessive, and we firmly believe dresses should choose between keyhole cutouts and high slits. But we don't just have a bone to pick with Carrie — Faith Hill showed up in an almost identical dress, which earned a similar review, which we'll get to later.
The coolest guy on the red carpet? Jason Derulo! In head-to-toe Dolce & Gabbana, the singer couldn't have looked more fabulous, topping off his crisp black suit with a fur-lined coat and impossibly chic loafers. And while we could have done without the shades, the rest of his outfit more than made up for it.
We're massive J.Lo fans, but we hated this Ralph & Russo gown on the superstar. Jennifer Lopez donned this pink confection by the label, and though it put her signature pins on display with a thigh-high slit, we just couldn't see past that mess of a tulle collar. More on that next…
That massive tulle monstrosity on Jennifer Lopez's collar completely killed the candy-colored look for us. Though we did love her sleek, straight hair and warm-toned makeup.
Demi Lovato donned a cream Julien MacDonald gown at the Grammys. We liked this sleek look on the star, as well as the gown's keyhole cutout. Take a look at her hair and makeup next!
Demi Lovato kept her hair long and wavy and opted for massive earrings and numerous rings by David Yurman. We loved the golden, warm tones of her makeup and the nude lip she chose to top it all off.
We adore Chrissy Teigen, but we weren't feeling her Grammys look. The star selected this netted Roberto Cavalli number, which had numerous cutouts, lace-up sections and crochet-like detailing for husband John Legend's big night.
Purple perfection! Country crooner Maren Morris made her Grammys debut in this show-stopping purple lace confection by Michael Costello that featured paneling and showed off her legs. Now we need a better look at her hair and makeup…
Maren Morris went with the hairstyle of the night — a center-parted long and wavy look. She kept her makeup simple, with a smoky eye and pale lip, and added a hoop nose ring for a little edge.
We're not sure why Heidi Klum is at the 2017 Grammys and we're equally unsure as to why she chose to wear a silver sequined T-shirt dress by Philip Plein. The odd matching shiny silver shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti didn't do her any favors either.
In her first major appearance since leaving Fifth Harmony, Camila Cabello came out looking like a princess in pale purple. We loved the detailing on the collar of the gown, and the subtle floral design on the gauzy overlay.
We weren't fans of Charli XCX's matronly Vivienne Westwood gown. The 24-year-old musician's frumpy frock featured a train and odd detailing at the neckline. Those mismatched red heels cemented this look as a miss.
All grown up! Paris Jackson looked stunning on the Grammys red carpet. The 18-year-old daughter of music legend Michael Jackson selected this striped Balmain ensemble, which featured plenty of edgy cutouts and showed off her sky-high heels. See her beauty look next…
Paris Jackson wore her short blond hair wild and kept her makeup minimal at the Grammys for a fresh and beautiful look. She accessorized with drop earrings and a popular jewelry item of the night, a hoop nose ring.
Oh, Halsey. Rarely does the musician deliver a fashion hit, and she didn't start at the 2017 Grammys. Halsey wore this royal blue suit jacket — sans undershirt — paired with matching satin parachute pants by Christian Wijnants for a royal disaster of a look.
Glamorous in green! Celine Dion rocked a sparkling emerald Zuhair Murad gown, which featured a plunging neckline, thigh-high slit and bow detailing at the waist. The gown came from the designer's Spring 2017 Couture collection, and she paired it with matching strappy heels and earrings by Dvani.
Taraji P. Henson went for an outer-space vibe at the Grammys, but unfortunately, the ill-fitting dress didn't land among the hits. The three-quarter-sleeved minidress featured odd ruffling on the shoulders and space-themed appliqués, but it was the unflattering ruching that drew the most attention.
Hillary Scott went for a celestial vibe at the Grammys, and boy did it pay off! We're in love with her black Jenny Packham gown's stunning star detailing.
We're not into Faith Hill's Zuhair Murad selection. The ill-fitting frock featured a strange collar and an unnecessary keyhole cutout. And unfortunately for Faith, red was one of the hottest colors of the night. The pop of color didn't stand out in a sea of other red ensembles, and certainly didn't fare better than Carrie Underwood's incredibly similar gown.
Kelsea Ballerini looked lovely in this Ines Di Santo creation. The nude gown featured pale blue and mauve appliqués and the perfect amount of tulle train.
With miles and miles of floral detailing on her off-the-shoulder gown, we're a bit confused as to why Elle King felt the need to add even more flowers in the form of an overdone flower crown. Next up, a better look!
Coachella's not for two more months, Elle King. The musician wore her hair up and added the ubiquitous Coachella accessory to top off her excessively floral look.
Ryan Seacrest departed from the typical menswear look at the Grammy Awards, selecting a pop of color for his suit jacket — of a champagne velvet variety. We appreciated the change of pace and the trendy color and fabric that just so happened to be from his own clothing line, Ryan Seacrest Distinction.
Gavin DeGraw went super-casual on the Grammys red carpet. The crooner essentially wore a baseball hat, jeans, a polka-dot skirt and a leather jacket to music's biggest night. Dress up next time, Gavin!
Solange showed up looking like a Grammy statuette at the 2017 Grammys. We've come to expect outlandish style from Solange, and this pleated gold ensemble was one of our favorite looks from the star. We loved the ruffled sleeve detail and the way she combined the look with another metallic, opting for silver shoes.
Tinashe opted for sleek and sexy on the red carpet, donning a black Alexander Wang gown with some pretty dramatic cutouts. Let's get a better glance at her beauty look…
We saw a lot of rosy eye makeup at the Grammys, with Tinashe leading the way. We liked the warm tones and were obsessed with the funky oval hoops the musician was rocking!
Giving Jason Derulo a run for his money? Anderson Paak. The musician opted for a floor-length black coat on the red carpet, which was a nice departure from boring and basic menswear.
This artist got her style inspiration from…. the ball pit at Chuck E. Cheese! Girl Crush attended the Grammys in this bizarre bubblegum pink frock, which featured rainbow-colored ball detailing on the skirt that was paired with a pink bandeau top.
Giuliana Rancic served up a hit early on in the night, rocking this long-sleeved minidress by Celia Kritharioti. We loved the high neck and the ruffle detailing on the sleeves and hem. Though we could have done without the belt, the white pumps polished off this look perfectly.
Skin was in on the Grammys red carpet, and Kristin Cavallari proved just that with this black dress. Unfortunately for Kristin, we weren't fans of her gown, which featured a super-plunging neckline and sheer paneling nearly up to her waist.
It's almost Valentine's Day! Mya embraced the holiday spirit in an all-red look at the Grammy Awards! The nominated artist donned this festive silky pantsuit with matching red pumps, blending in with the carpet.
Presenter Lea Michele's two-piece ensemble by Roberto Cavalli was one of our favorite looks of the night. We're obsessed with the floral-embroidered high-necked crop top and slim skirt combination.
Sorry, Tori Kelly. We know you have the voice of an angel, but there's no excuse for this unfortunate dress selection. The hunter green high-low ruffled frock hardly looked like couture — more like something you'd see on the rack at your local mall.
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Erika Jayne helped host the E! Grammys pre-show in this cheery, sparkly minidress. The always fun and fashionable reality star paired the dress with pale blue Christian Louboutin pumps for a fresh look.