A night of surprise winners and losers, the Grammy Awards 2016 proved an exciting night of music, entertainment, and fashion. While some celebs played it safe on the Red Carpet, others took unexpected chances and pushed the limit of this Season’s Spring trends. Let’s take a look at our favorite fashions spotted this year and we’ll show you how you can incorporate the styles into your wardrobe this Season. Be the star of your own life and start sparkling in style this Spring.
When you think of “Red Carpet” looks, a tuxedo rarely comes to mind; however that didn’t stop celebs like Zendaya and Wiz Khalifa. Each updated the look to suit their own style, flair, and personality. Zendaya looked sharp in a smart Dsquared2 tux and Spring’s trendiest pant style- the wide leg. Meanwhile, Wiz re-styled his look in a Thom Browne long tailed coat and trendy cropped trousers paired with high top sneakers. Not just reserved for formal events, take the look to the streets in your own re-invention of the black tie requirement. Start with Hale Bob’s black satin cropped pant topped with a simple white Tee and black stretch Bolero jacket or Michael Kors’ tuxedo blazer. Accessorize with comfy striped adidas sneakers for daytime and simply segue into the evening hours by switching into chic strappy heels from Charles David. Fancy or free, the tux will have you feeling “rich” in style all Season long.
Our second favorite “menswear” spotted at the Grammys’ Red Carpet this year was the cut out pantsuit. Kaley Cuoco took two top trends from last year and combined them into one smashing white Naeem Khan jumpsuit. We like the sheer lace halter pantsuit NEW from Kendall + Kylie or go with Free People’s straight leg version. Shop Posh at Play’s wide selection of pantsuits at our convenient online store and you are just one click away from shining like the stars. The great thing about this wardrobe selection is that you can easily dress it up or down with just a few simple accessories and look fabulous without trying too hard. Make the pantsuit a wardrobe staple in your closet this Spring.
Take a tip from Demi Lovato and play with the boys this Season. Her updated “power suit” style included a sleek Norisol Ferrari blazer and side slit maxi skirt. Wow them at the office this Season by topping Hale Bob’s charcoal maxi skirt with the cropped black Bolero jacket and black leather workday heels from Cole Haan for all day comfort. Break for lunch with the girls and swap out the heels with Nike’s Air Max shoes for a trendy “skirt and sneakers” look. Segue into the evening hours by accessorizing your style with a white silk crepe de chine tank from Joseph, black and white ankle strap heels from Chloe, and a matching clutch from L.A.M.B. Casual or dressy, work or play, the updated “power suit” is the perfect way to show off your strong yet feminine side this Season.
In addition to being one of Pantone’s colors of the year, rose quartz brings out your sweet romantic side this Spring. Florence Welch shimmered on the Red Carpet at this year’s Grammys in a pretty pink maxi dress from Gucci. Get her similar style with Liberty Garden’s pale pink embroidered cami crinkle dress paired with matching Betsey Johnson Tee evening heels and a floral bow satchel. Gear up for festival season and go “Boho” by accessorizing with a straw floppy hat from Free People and Michael Kors gladiator sandals, still trending from last Season. If the weather turns a bit chilly, you can still wear your sundress by layering with Liberty Garden’s ivory terry knit lace jacket and topping with a black leather jacket from Trouve and ankle booties for a warm yet stylishly edgy look. Any climate and any occasion, be sure to include this dress into your wardrobe collection for Spring.
We can’t get over how mature yet elegant Selena Gomez looked at the Grammys’ Red Carpet this year. Rocking a deep blue sequined dress from Calvin Klein, the singer completed her look with simple hoop earrings from Norman Silverman Diamonds and heels by Giuseppe Zanetti. Get her similar style for a fraction of the price with Hale Bob’s sleek blue lace dress with half slip paired with earrings from Adriana Orsini and crystal embellished sandals from Badgley Mischka. Your dress can easily segue into the warmer summer months with an oversized tote from Lily Pulitzer and Givenchy’s flat sandals on a day at the beach. If you’d rather go with a shorter length to show off your legs, grab Hale Bob’s peplum navy lace dress accessorized with your favorite knee high boots for colder Spring weather or sandals on warmer days. You are sure to be a “gem” in this stand out jewel tone all Season long.
And finally, not only did she win “Best Album of the Year,” but Taylor Swift topped our list of “Best Dressed at the 2016 Grammys. Designed by Donatella Versace, the bright orange bandeau top and hot pink maxi skirt were the perfect blend of sultry yet stylish. While the color combo isn’t new, Taylor brought back the look in her own fresh style, sass, and class, updated for a new era. And isn’t that just what women’s fashion should be today? Taking what has gone before, and reinventing the looks to flatter your own figure and express your unique individuality. Follow Taylor’s lead in Hale Bob’s pink and orange pleated maxi dress paired with an Elle Sasson draped crop top or floral lace top from A.L.C. Or keep it simple on errand day by accessorizing your skirt with Alice + Olivia’s orange chiffon shirt accessorized with leather sandals from Tory Burch or “Superstar”sneakers from adidas. Mix and match the colors together in Hale Bob’s coral floral maxi dress at the pool or top pink floral cropped pants with your favorite Tee and blazer on your next business meeting. Be a “winner” in style this Spring in your favorite orange and hot pink color combos. You are sure to keep the cameras flashing your way.
Tuxedo or Power Suit? Rose Quartz or Sapphire? Pantsuit or hot pink maxi? These are all “winners” in our book for Spring. Take a tip from our favorite celebs at the Grammy Awards this year and customize your favorite trends to suit your own personal style and taste. Be you, be fabulous, and always be feminine.