Grammy Awards 2017: The Most Bridal Looks from the Red Carpet
You may not have a VIP Staples Center pass to the 59th annual Grammy Awards ceremony, but luckily, you have the next best thing—our loyal coverage of the event's hottest fashion, focusing on bridal-worthy wears straight from Los Angeles. As we all know, the red carpet can rival runways, and this year's dresses are an assortment to beat. Known for over-the-top ensembles and rock- and pop-star glam, the Grammy Awards offered up the bold and the beautiful this year. From wedding gown inspiration to ideas for other nuptial-related outfits (think: reception-only and rehearsal dinner dresses), these starlets will have you starry-eyed and in search of copycat looks. Click through for the full rundown on 2017 Grammys fashion—these pieces were made for celebrities, but they're certainly fit for brides.
If this dress is any indication of engaged singer-songwriter Kelsea Ballerini's bridal taste, we can't wait for the wedding. Everything about this Ines di Santo gown (featuring whimsical light-blue flowers and beautiful nude tulle) is ethereal.
JLo always turns heads, and this frothy lilac Ralph & Russo gown is giving us major bridal (or standout bridesmaid) vibes. Plus, the accessories!
Adele stepped onto the red carpet wearing a retro-romantic green Givenchy gown that would look incredible in wedding white (or as-is as a beautiful bridesmaid dress!).
It's safe to say the superstar's performance stole the show. But it wasn't just her powerful vocals, stunning visuals, or growing baby bump that caught our attention: Her crown and gorgeous gold gown were also fit for a queen... or a super glam bride on her big day.
Glitzy high neckline, shimmery floral appliqués, subtle stripes, and a dreamy muted-purple hue? Camila Cabello reached peak princess status, and you can on your big day too.
Okay, we know this doesn't immediately scream wedding, but RiRi proved that the bride (or world-famous celebrity) makes the dress, as evidenced by her slaying in this totally-bold two-piece Armani Privé gown fit for adventurous bride-to-bes. (After all, two-piece looks and long trains are popular bridal styles!)
Recording artist Tori Kelly knows how to rock a jewel tone. This deep-emerald dress is especially boho—we'd love to spot this on the aisle, in a bridal party, or at a rehearsal dinner.
Pop singer Jane Zheng was every fairytale-bride's dream in a feathery blush dress with a gorgeous illusion neckline.