Flowers were in bloom in the fashions at the Grammy Awards.
It’s been a long time since we covered fashion and the stars sparkled in their floral inspirations as Vogue, US magazine and others commented on as well.
As usual, the amazing Taylor Swift dazzled and wore the Oscar de la Renta floral mini that fashionistas have been raving about.
The rich colorful embroidered dress has massive bunches of blooms and bursts with color and cheerfulness.
Maybe minis are coming back because Mapy wore one as well. The designer of her stretchy dress wasn’t revealed but the pink blooms were part of the fabric while Taylor’s Oscar de la Renta dress has such detailed handwork which oozed a quality vibe. Which one do you like better?
Others who wore florals we liked included Mickey Guyton in Valentino and Erin Kim in Marcelli Von Berlin.
Guyton’s Valentino dress was more traditional and had a sheer cape embroidered with pastel colors and was a classic winner.
Erin Kim’s outfit caught our interest because we love accessories and aren’t her floral gloves so cool?
A special shout-out goes out to DaBaby. Not only did he make floral menswear interesting and elegant with this embossed colorful suit, but since his beloved daughter couldn’t come to the Grammy celebration because of Covid protocols, he created a special red carpet event for her and had @alanitaylorco design a special dress.
And what we also loved, is how he gave his daughter a rose. When people ask you when is the first time you remember getting a flower from someone, his daughter can remember this special moment.
Swift – who won our first prize for her Oscar dress, also used flower embellishment in her performance. Also, notice how Swift even had a mask to match this fab dress. It’s not only us – who are flower-loving people- who notice how Swift’s floral choices tend to be winners. Remember her dress at the Golden Globes? All the fashion magazines also commented on her fashion choices.
We know the secret. Any time you wear flowers – it does bring more cheer and joy – and yes, hits all the right notes.