8 Fashion and Beauty Trends We Loved at the 2024 Grammys

8 Fashion and Beauty Trends We Loved at the 2024 Grammys

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Another year, another Grammys—and another round of jaw-dropping styles on the red carpet. 2024's Grammy Award show included many eye-catching fashion and beauty moments, from high necklines and bows to metallic colors and rhinestones. While these red carpet looks may be glitzy and glamorous, you can easily dress down the trends to incorporate them into your everyday wardrobe. Case in point: these 8 looks that we loved from the Grammys red carpet. 

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Neutral Tones

Pentatonix at the Grammy Award show red carpet in all neutral colors

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While we love a splash of color, monochromatic looks exude a certain type of elegance that can't be replaced. Pentatonix stepped out in all neutral tones this red carpet—their subtle yet contrasting looks involved a combination of monochromatic and color-blocked outfits.

“I initiated the creative process with Kirstin Maldonado, who elegantly embraced a Dolong gown. Following her fitting, I crafted each band member’s look to amplify their distinct personal aesthetics,” says fashion stylist Candice Lambert McAndrews, who styled Pentatonix for the 2024 Grammy Award show.

Her recs for the best neutrals? "Begin with fundamental neutrals—a core neutral wardrobe ought to encompass essential pieces in black, white, gray, and navy. Additionally, deem denim a pivotal neutral in your closet," says McAndrews.

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Coquette Makeup

Up close of Lana Del Rey at the 66th Grammy Awards show

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Featuring various soft pinks, coquette makeup is both flirty and feminine. This makeup is often paired with accessories such as bows, which Lana Del Rey incorporated into her red carpet look. Celebrity makeup artist Etienne Ortega used various Charlotte Tilbury products to get her makeup style.

Ortega prepped the skin using the Charlotte Tilbury NEW! Magic Water Cream ($100, charlottetilbury.com) for a dewy, glowy base. For a rosy finishing touch, he completed the look with Charlotte’s NEW! Hollywood Beauty Icon Lipstick in Icon Baby ($35, charlottetilbury.com) for a ’90s-inspired pink lip color.

How to Do Coquette Makeup, the Hyperfeminine Look That’s Everywhere Right Now 03 of 08


Olivia Rodrigo at the Grammy Award show red carpet in a cream rhinestone dress

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Celebs brought the bling for this year’s Grammy Awards with lots of rhinestones. For a flash-worthy moment, Olivia Rodrigo’s cream gown featured intricate beading and rhinestones. As we dive into the rhinestone trend, look for touches of rhinestones and beading on accessories like bags, shoes, and more. Also very in: embellishments.

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No Makeup Trend

Close up of Sofia Richie Grainge's natural makeup at the Grammy Awards red carpet

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The icon of all things quiet luxury, Sofia Richie Grainge rocked her natural beauty on the red carpet. She embodies natural glamour while showing off the no-makeup trend. Think less is more when recreating this makeup look—opt for a natural looking base (tinted moisturizer), simple eyes (mascara), and subtle lips (nude lipstick).

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Off The Shoulder Neckline

Kelly Clarkson wearing a white off the shoulder dress at the Grammy Award show red carpet

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For a timeless red carpet moment, Kelly Clarkson wore an all white, long gown with a classic off-the-shoulder neckline. This neckline style is subtle yet elegant as the sleeves sit right below the shoulder.

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Shimmering Sequins

Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King wearing sequin looks at the Grammy Award show

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Bold and bright, Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King shined at the Grammys by embracing the full sequin look. Both opted for a monochromatic sequin style with matching sequin colored pieces.

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Beyonce and Trevor Noah at the Grammy Award show

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As mentioned in coquette fashion, we’re seeing a resurgence of bows everywhere. Beyoncé sported the bow trend this year at the Grammy Awards, but she showed a contrast in femininity in her look by pairing a white button-down with a sparkly blazer and black bow.

Trend Alert: Bows Are Everywhere Right Now 08 of 08

High Necklines

SZA wearing a high neck dress at the Grammy Award show

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SZA stepped out in a stunning high neckline gown to proudly accept her Grammy Award. The seamless fabric shows an enhancing silhouette in this full-length dress. Shop for seamless high neck styles to incorporate this trend to your wardrobe. You can pair this versatile style with almost any bottom. Think high-neck long sleeves with jeans, trousers, skirts, and more.


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