Trendspotting: A Run-down of our Favorite Menswear Looks at the Grammys
Posted on 11 February 2015
If you're looking to find creative, crazy fashion, there's no better place to look than the Grammy Awards. This year, as per usual, musicians and celebrities went all out in the style department--but here at Ceravelo we kept an eye out for those dapper gents (and ladies) who made a sartorial stand on the red carpet.
Here are our favorites:
Aloe Blacc, in Sand Copenhagen, paired his deep, slim-cut navy ensemble with hints of grey--a smart, slick choice. The fedora adds old-world charm to an otherwise very modern look. This particular outfit lends itself well to a Ceravelo ascot.
Before closing the show with a stirring performance alongside John Legend, Common hit the red carpet with an ultra-sleek, all-black attire.
Style tip: tone on tone is always a flattering look for anyone, and makes the body look taller.
Nick Jonas' Versace grey and yellow plaid suit was pretty eye-catching. He was able to tone down the stuffiness of a full-plaid suit by pairing it with minimalist white sneakers.
With a long list of musicals showing in/coming to theaters in the next few months, Anna Kendrick means serious business as a singer-actor. Her Band of Outsiders look--a sophisticated, sexy blazer paired with tailored cigarette pants--shows everyone that clearly, she's the boss.
It may be a bit over-the-top and slightly cooky, but CharliXCX's Moschino number reminds us that menswear-inspired outfits can be fun too--this time, with some fur and a hint of hot pink.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend
Decked in Pucci, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen educate us on the proper way to do couples dressing. Chrissy's white dress is echoed in John's crisp white button down (sans neck tie, but buttoned up still). The big win here is the overall feel of their outfits. Both are playing up classic cuts--skin-baring windows on Chrissy's floor-length dress and John's streamlined slim cowlneck collar giving off modern, cool, contemporary vibes.
Images compiled from HarpersBazaar.com and HollywoodReporter.com