The Best Dressed Stars At The 2021 Grammy Awards

The 63rd Annual Grammys was all about the performances from big stars like Harry Styles and Billie Eilish — but also the fashion! And we were so pumped to see our favorites from the music world step out on a red carpet after a long (long, long) year of quarantining and keeping out of the spotlight. 

Although the looks were varied, trends we saw and so fell in love with, worn by A-listers from Lizzo to Miranda Lambert, included colors inspired by the spring season, like sweet lavender, pale green, and bright orange, and dramatic elements like sweeping trains, deep plunging necklines, and oversized bows. 

Meanwhile, makeup was simple, as were hairstyles, with the rappers and songwriters on the red carpet letting their gowns shine. 

Although so many stars had dresses like "wow," some stood out and donned looks that had our jaws on the floor. 

Maren Morris was mesmerizing

Country crooner Maren Morris sizzled on the Grammys red carpet, wearing, as she told ET, "Dolce & Gabbana, custom." The singer and mom of one chose the soft purple slip dress after seeing a sketch of the look, noting that the "roaring '20s" inspired her style for the evening. 

We love the train on the back of the sleek gown and the silver crystal detailing that accents the halter-style top (via Hollywood Life). And Morris' simple hair and makeup truly let the dress be the star of the night.  

Megan Thee Stallion stunned

Megan Thee Stallion didn't come to the Grammys to be a wallflower —  her vibrant, look-at-me orange-hued gown stunned on the red carpet, as did her envy-inducing, gorgeous Chopard jewelry (via StyleCaster). 

It turns out the inspiration for the rapper's memorable look for the night was pretty literal, with the star saying, "It's my first time at the Grammys and I just really wanted to pop. I wanted to look like a Grammy, so I manifested this." 

Lizzo led the pack

Simple and elegant was the name of the game for Lizzo's Grammys look. Her soft green, ruched Balmain mini-dress featured a mermaid style and was accented by chunky jewelry (via Footwear News). A romantic ruffled skirt and coordinating green shoes completed the red carpet outfit. 

Meanwhile, over on Instagram, fans were, well, big fans of her look, with one commenting, "Perfection from head to toe." And another observed about her ensemble, "Tinkerbell vibes." A follower complimented the look telling the star that green was her color, while another enthused, "That dress is EVERYTHING."

Miranda Lambert looked lovely

Miranda Lambert took her Grammys look in a different direction — instead of choosing a springy color, she went with silver. Her showstopping, plunging gown by Italian designer Genny's featured music notes and a thigh slit (via ET). 

According to the star, her style for the 63rd annual awards show was "Sleek and sexy," with Lambert noting she is "not really a princess gal." We still bow down to her always on-point red carpet attire. P.S. Love that smokey eye, Miranda!

Doja Cat killed it

Doja Cat subdued? According to her, yes, and thus, she wanted to step things up on the Grammys red carpet. About her look, the star told E!, "It's like a motorcycle jacket that's fitted. I like something that's out there. I have been very toned down lately. This is like something I have always wanted to do." 

Of course, the most unique element of Doja Cat's gown was the green-toned featured skirt. But we are also noticing the zipper detailing. All in all, this was one dress that truly expresses her style — look for the hidden cat detail — and the singer rocked it!

Noah Cyrus inspired commentary

Talk about over the top! Forget about big bows — Noah Cyrus was not fooling around with her fashion, which InStyle called a major moment. The outlet even noted people will be talking about the singer's billowing, cream-colored Schiaparelli Couture gown for years to come. 

Of course, not everyone was a fan of the daring look, with one person joking on Twitter, "Now we know where all the toilet paper went during the pandemic." But a fan disagreed, tweeting Cyrus looked like an angel.