See the Seriously Stylish Suits Women Rocked on the Grammy’s Red Carpet

Each time a red carpet is rolled out before a glamorous event, we can't help but get excited about the fashion. But when social media is abuzz with talk of the most fashionable and elaborate gowns, we're always crushing on the polished pantsuits. With a rise in popularity of menswear-inspired looks, we are seeing more and more women choosing to suit up for award shows, and on the Grammy's red carpet last night, we were thrilled to see that it was the suits that stood out instead of the gowns. Some of our favorite celebs, from Anna Kendrick to Janelle MonĆ”e and Cyndi Lauper, rocked stylish suits that, in our opinion, were absolutely award-worthy!


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Janelle MonĆ”e's words about the #TimesUp movement were powerful, and her floral embroidered suit by Dolce & Gabbana was fierce. MonĆ”e is known for donning menswear-inspired looks and suits on the red carpet, and we're always excited to see what she wears next. We're loving her after-party outfit too!


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The “True Colors” singer stayed true to her roots with a colorful, cupid-inspired suit by Moschino, and she completed the look with pastel streaks in her hair. Lauper joined Kesha and a group of performers during a powerful performance of “Praying,” where she changed into a white pantsuit in support of the Time's Up movement. 

Rapsody was the only woman nominated in the Best Rap Album category, and she made sure to make a statement on the red carpet wearing a striking emerald pantsuit by Musika Frere and an amazing lapel pin by The Dapperdude Collection.


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Anna Kendrick graced the red carpet wearing a La Perla lace corset paired with a gray checked pantsuit with gold buttons by Balmain. Her look is both feminine and stylish, and the finishing touch was a white rose pinned on her lapel to show support for the Time's Up movement.

It was a big night for Kesha, whose touching performance of her emotional song, “Praying,” received strong accolades from both the audience and throughout social media. During the performance, Kesha donned a white pantsuit with vibrant floral details, but her red carpet look, a suit by Nudie's Rodeo Tailors, was our favorite. 


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E! News correspondent Sibley Scoles stunned in blue. Wearing a double-breasted jacket in a standout hue with flared pants by Barrus London, Scoles was suited up and ready to tackle an exciting evening on the red carpet in New York City. 


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We were so excited to see Eve wearing Naeem Khan on the Grammy's red carpet, especially when we heard her suit was lined with crystals. The rapper was glowing in a plunging suit jacket that was one of our favorite looks of the night. 


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Ava Max's colorful ensemble turned heads at the Grammy's. Her yellow suit with pink and red flowers was youthful and vibrant, and we love the way she showed support for the Time's Up initiative with a white rose painted on her chest. 


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Alessia Cara took home the Grammy for Best New Artist, and she couldn't be more deserving. As one of the only women to win in a major category last night, Cara used her platform to encourage everyone to support the music and artists they listen to. Donning a chic pantsuit with a white rose, Cara was beaming after she walked offstage, clutching her Grammy with both hands. 

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