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Now that the red carpet for the 2023 Grammys has come and gone, all that remains to be done is crown this year's best and worst dressed starts of the night.
The biggest names in music brought their fashion A-game to the red carpet, and there were plenty of high fashion moments. However, not all of this years looks could be considered winners.
We’ve rounded up some of the best and worst looks from the Grammy Awards red carpet. Now, we want you, the reader, to weigh in.
Let us know by casting your vote in the polls below — and check back on Monday for the results!
BEST: Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift's "Midnights" era continued its reign with this sparkling navy blue two-piece gown from Roberto Cavalli. We loved the clean lines of this look, as well as Swift's commitment to dressing on theme.
WORST: Kacey Musgraves
Not all fashion risks work out — just take Kacey Musgraves's feathered pink look for example.
While Adele skipped out on this year's Grammys red carpet, it didn't stop her from earning a spot on our list of best-dressed celebs. Her Old Hollywood-inspired waves perfectly complemented the dress's ruffled neckline, and we couldn't get enough of the elegant look.
WORST: Harry Styles
Known for his colourful and flamboyant wardrobe, Harry Styles paired a glittering EGONlab patchwork jumpsuit with white boots — a look that just reminded us too much of something a clown might wear.
Wile we weren't sure what to think of Lizzo's floral embellished cloak at first, once she revealed the stunning Dolce & Gabbana gown underneath, it was an instant winning look.
Megan Fox's Zuhair Murad look offers everything we love to see on the red carpet: a perfectly tailored fit, bejewelled details, and flawless hair and makeup to match.
WORST: Blac Chyna
While the Grammys are often a place to showcase more experimental fashion choices, Blac Chyna's feathered bodysuit looked more appropriate for a Halloween party than a red carpet event.
BEST: Cardi B
Cardi B brought high fashion to the Grammys with her striking Gaurav Gupta Couture gown. We loved the look of her royal blue dress, which featured sculptural panels throughout the bodice, and a flowing skirt with a train.
WORST: Camila Cabello
With its crochet-inspired top and sleek minimalist skirt, this PatBO gown that Camila Cabello sported on the red carpet left us feeling confused by its split personality.
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