Carrie Underwood looked stunning and classic at the Grammys – and one of the few whose dress (in my opinion) was more ladylike and glamorous than trashy (along with, of course, Adele, but I’m not sure that I liked Adele’s dress – even though her makeup was awesome). I know a lot of people were making fun of the “dress code” this year, but by the looks of things, it just gave people more to talk about when it was so blatantly disregarded or at least pushed to the limits by many. I’d rather be an alien, like Florence and the machine, or “my grandma’s couch” as Adele’s dress was described by one reporter.
Florence and the Machine:
Adele with sophisticated makeup and individual dress style winning yet another grammy:
Katy Perry’s new look suits her much better and intrigued me. I might have to attempt that one, too.
Beyoncé made me smile. Kudos for the fresh clean sweet look:
OK so I’m inspired by at least 3 of these looks. Can you tell which ones?
On another note, it made me happy to see how fun.’s incredible unique and eccentric style goes along with their unforgettable sound (I had never seen them perform). I don’t think you can deny how talented this group is, and I’m glad they are finally making enough money to get out of their parents’ houses. I was glad they won a grammy, and I was glad Chris Brown did not win any, and I was glad for Carrie Underwood as well. I like Miranda Lambert, but I don’t know if she can take the song Over You back from Cassadee Pope.
Am I the only one who thought the water pouring down was both awesome and wondered if they had to throw away their guitars and piano?
Sometime after all this I headed off to bed. Some unfortunately let all the fame and flashing lights shine a spotlight on their lack of values: Like gross misinterpretation of dress codes. I love music and art, and appreciate the musicians who really kept it all about the art.