The Grammys red carpet is often the most fun of the award shows because celebs can take risks. But this year, it was a little disappointing. The stars who got it right got it really right, but they were few and far between.
Check out the few A-listers who made the best-dressed list at the 2014 Grammy Awards and let us know if you agree.
Rita Ora in Lanvin
We're so happy Ora opted for a short, metallic dress on the red carpet. The iridescent frock made the fashion-forward singer shine (literally), and her strappy shoes lengthened her legs.
Chrissy Teigen in Johanna Johnson
The Sports Illustrated model was literally oozing style. Her strapless gown showed off her best assets, and her minimal accessories allowed the dress to be the main focal point.
Anna Kendrick in Azarro
This light gray gown makes the petite star look about 10 feet tall because of the long, clean lines and the high slit. The embellished bodice and cut-outs add visual interest to the dress, while her sultry waves complete the look.
She was wearing a sheer bodysuit, a harness and what can only be described as a thong, and we wouldn't have it any other way. All hail Queen Bey.
Amber Rose in Naeem Khan
Amber Rose isn't afraid to go bold and take a risk when it comes to fashion. Tonight, her sparkly low-cut dress showed off her incredible sense of style. The simple silhouette of the gown was perfection with her short 'do and natural makeup.
Ciara in Pucci
Ciara is literally glowing in this beaded gown. She brought some luster to the Grammys and proved that just because you have a bun in the oven doesn't mean you can't be at the top of your fashion game.
Taylor Swift in Gucci
Arguably the best outfit of the night, Taylor Swift dropped jaws on the red carpet. What was so incredible about this gown was the fit -- it looked like a second skin, molded perfectly to her body.
Miranda Lambert in Pamella Roland
Damn, the country music singer looks red hot. The plunging neckline and satin waist detail enhance her curves, and her statement earrings are adding a bit of personality.
Beyoncé in Michael Costello
No comment. This speaks for itself.
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