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The Grammys 2014 Leading Ladies!

Let’s face it; the Grammys aren’t usually recognized for their over-the-top motifs. Fashion isn’t the purpose of why the world’s best musicians gather round in order to honor this night, single-handedly devoted to music and all things noise. But even so, we were able to easily distinguish who was there to watch the show and who was there to put it on! Allow us to introduce the leading ladies who took the Best Dressed title home at the 2014 Grammys!

Photo courtesy of nydailynews.com
Photo courtesy of nydailynews.com

Queen B.

From savage and wet-headed in her powerhouse opening act at the Grammys to totally transforming into a white jasmine with soft, wavy locks – Queen B proved once again why she sits upon an untouchable throne. The Drunk in Love temptress sat next to her jiggaman in a backless, white lace gown exquisitely done by none other than Michael Costello. Got me looking so lacey right now! Hov didn’t mind it.

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Photo courtesy of Popsugar.com

Taylor Swift.

Taylor Swift has come a long way in the fashion 5k of life; she’s landed herself on The Don’t List more than she would care to admit, and has repetivitely bored us with her predictable pageant-queen gowns and overly-perfect, spiral curls. However, on this very night of vocal appreciation, she stunned us all when she showed up to the Staples Center looking like a ray of light. The unapologetic songstress flaunted a brilliant, metallic dress by Gucci Premier. Making sure not to hide an inch of the beaded number, Swift tucked away her signature tendrils and swept up her blond tresses in a seamless ponytail, with just a hint of bangs hanging loose.

Photo courtesy of Broadimage/REX
Photo courtesy of Broadimage/REX

Iggy Azalea.

This singer/songwriter took a whimsical approach in the celebration of music notes and melodies. Iggy Azalea, thought the Grammys to be the ideal occasion to showcase a little Pre-fall Ellie Saab embroidery. The sleeveless, sheer gown frosted with sequin seemed to adhere to the mold of the night – white, neutral, hues reign dominant!

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