2014 GRAMMYs Fashion Roundup: Best, Worst, and Most Daring!

2014 GRAMMYs Fashion Roundup: Best, Worst, and Most Daring!


Natasha Beddingfield Grammys 2014A hunchy Natasha Beddingfield in Christian Siriano. Image: © Prensa Internacional/ZUMAPRESS.com

Malina Moye Grammys 2014Malina Moye. Image: © Prensa Internacional/ZUMAPRESS.com>

Kacey Musgraves Grammys 2014Kacey Musgraves pretty in pink, in Armani Prive. Image: © Prensa Internacional/ZUMAPRESS.com

Zendaya Grammys 2014Zendaya, in sheer AND slit two-tone Emanuel Ungaro. Image: © Prensa Internacional/ZUMAPRESS.com

What looks did you love, and were there any you loathed? Tell me in the comments.

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