One of the best parts about the 2010 Grammy Awards Show is the fashion. We’ve taken the looks we love and hate and would love your feedback!
Jennifer Hudson is wearing a fabulous architectural inspired little black dress by Victoria Beckham. The dress speaks for itself and she has done well to keep her accessories to a minimum.
Taylor Swift looks elegant and bedazzled in a hand-embroidered Kaufman Franco dress. The statement earrings are the perfect touch. Doesn’t she almost looks like a mermaid?
Love the draped skirt on Rihanna’s bold Elie Saab Couture gown. The silhouette is absolutely fabulous. Still undecided on the feather decor on the bodice.
Looks we weren’t so fond of?
Not loving Beyonce’s look. Particularly her makeup. And is she really wearing those single strands of tinsel in her hair?!
Ciara’s futuristic Givenchy gown is a little out there. Looks like something from an alien movie. Not a fan.
The design of Mary J. Blige’s Gucci dress is not doing her any favors, making her look very full in the hips. Had Mary J.’s dress had a sleeve or more fullness in top, it would have just balanced her body better.
The Verdict’s Still Out
I’m still undecided on Lady Gaga’s out-of-this world look. This woman sure knows how to make an entrance!
Would you agree with our love/hate/undecided votes? Who were your favorite and least favorite looks at the 2010 Grammys?
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As a gal that loves a sophisticated look that really flatters my curves, I’m in love with my newly discovered favorite store, White House Black Market. The store is absolutely luxurious, with beautiful dressing rooms, and gorgeous pieces in excellent quality.
Do you have a dress in your closet that’s sleeveless or strappy that you’re dying to wear? In a new segment called Means to Modesty, we are going to explore different things you can do to make an outfit modest. First up: T-shirts are a great means to modesty. Many women will layer a T-shirt underneath a halter top or strappy dress and voila — modest!
Case in point. I was the lucky recipient of this amazing Wise & Proper dress from Aspiring Couture this summer. It came in the mail beautifully wrapped and packaged and the quality is to die for!
As I found myself wondering how I could wear my new dress modestly, I happened upon a V-neck T-shirt and tried layering it underneath, just for kicks. Can I tell you, it’s the perfect solution?
Exhibit A: family pictures with Justin Hackworth in August.
Dress made modest by a V-neck T-shirt. Doesn’t it totally work?
So invest in a black V-neck tee! Here’s a few:
That’s all for Means to Modesty today. What do you use as a means to modesty in your wardrobe?
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Recently I was introduced to Wise & Proper through the Aspiring Couture blog. Wise & Proper is an independent clothing line by Vancouver’s Elizabeth Law that is playful, alluring and feminine. If you are in search of the perfect little black dress, you’re in luck.