Recently, one of the biggest US award nights took place: the Grammys. The red carpet was rolled out for a drove of music stars and celebrities. And just as you would expect, they were all dressed to the nines. Although you might not be planning on heading to a huge gala award night anytime soon, the Grammys can still teach us some things about spring style. Especially when it comes to haute fashion. Here, we will tell you more about what the Grammys predicted for the upcoming fashion season.
Black and White Rules
Nearly everyone out on the red carpet was sporting black and white. No matter if they were dressed in dresses, tuxes, or even shorts, the night belonged to the black and white. This just goes to show us that this trend will continue when it comes to more formal looks this season. Among those sporting the black and white trend were Pharrell, Sia, Ed Sheeran, Wiz Khalifa, and Nicki Minaj. It is obvious that designers like Tom Ford, Adidas, Balmain, Giorgio Armani, and more are keen on this look staying around for quite some time.
Cutouts, Cutouts, and More Cutouts
Another huge red carpet trend? Cutouts! It seemed nearly everyone was sporting a dress or jumper with cutouts. These cutouts helped add a sultry touch to the evening. They also helped to accentuate feminine curves while demonstrating a devil may care attitude. Some of our favorite cutout looks of the night included Atelier Versace (as worn by Gwen Stefani and Ariana Grande), Emilio Pucci (as worn by Chrissy Teigen), and Stella McCartney (as worn by Alana Haim). Look for cutouts to be all the rage when it comes to looking dressy and pushing the envelope this spring.
The Unisex Look
Are you a lady that loves to look classy while also staying comfortable? If so, then look no further than the unisex look. Plenty of female celebs were caught rocking the edgy, tux look during the Grammys. Some of our favorites were worn by Danielle Haim, who sported Stella McCartney, Charli XCX who opted for Jeremy Scott for Moschino, and Anna Kendrick in Band of Outsiders. So feel free to try out the suit this season if you have just been debating it. We are positive that we will see more of the unisex, tailored suit look on female models this season.