by Alyssa Gurkas
Carly Rae Jepsen and Carrie Underwood showed up to the Grammy’s in sparkly metallic dresses that were very fitting, accentuating their curves. However, Carrie Underwood came out on top. Her dress was more elegant and although it was sparkly it was not tacky, as Jepsen’s seemed. Jepsen’s dress had a metallic look that was unflattering to her complexion.
Keltie Colleen and Jennifer Lopez both took the risk of going against the Grammy’s 2013 dress code by sporting dresses that showed a lot of leg. Considering the risk, J-Lo pulled it off in a black one-sleeved silhouette dress that was scandalous. The dress did not overdo it and was simple enough to pull off the risky choice. However, Keltie’s dress showed a bit too much, leaving viewers unsettled.
Adele and Ashanti both wore floral print dresses; however the styles made all the difference. Ashanti’s was simpler and revealing, whereas Adele’s was a colorful dress that hid her curves. Ultimately, Ashanti’s look was more appealing than Adele’s. Her dress was not flashy and embraced her figure. The simple black foundation of the dress combined with the sparks of color made the dress pop and complimented her skin tone.