Like the Grammy’s, I’m not expecting chic or tasteful outfits. At the contrary, I’m going to expect outrageous and risqué getups; however, even with this unconventional red carpet – some guests maintain their sanity by choosing refined ensembles.
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Of course, tomorrow the news will talk and talk about how Miley Cyrus twerked on stage and leaving that said…Her outfit is not surprising, but expected. I do admit, she is surprisingly covered up, yet her expensive arts and craft outfit by Dolce and Gabbana is not impressive. I can see these separates hanging in some random store for $20.
Katy Perry in Emanuel Ungaro. The dress is exotic and very Perry. I do have a few complaints about Katy’s look. I’m not entirely convinced her shoes goes with this dress, but those hideous grills killed it. I do not comprehend this new fad, but like Kelly Osborne said, “It makes your breath smell like pennies.” I agree with Kelly. Overall, this is not my favorite look of the VMAs either…it’s okay.
Ciara in Givenchy…is she trying to be Cher back in the 70s? She might want her dress back.
Lady Gaga in Prabal Gurung looks surprisingly normal! This dress has an off-beat bow, yet it works considering that Gaga is the one wearing it. The shiny dark hair with the dress mimicking her shades and hair, Gaga’s look is one of the best. No over-the-top entrance or Kermit the frog as a skirt. This is fashionably harmonious!
British pop-star, Ellie Goulding looks stunning in this nude-studded dress by Brian Atwood. Although I do not congratulate fair skinned women wearing nude colors; however, Goulding has a tan (probably spray tan) that contrasts with her dress, yet I do suggest to use a hair comb, Ms. Goulding. Nonetheless, it is a great look!
Selena Gomez in Versace Atelier gave me mixed opinions because we get it, you are a grown up. My issue with this gown is the unnecessary peek-a-boo lace bustier. The gown is strategically genius because it gives the option to open the hooks wherever you want. I find the lace bustier out of place because the dress is tight, daring with the hooks showing Gomez’s side of her body, so those are my reasons why I do not entirely hate this look; moreover, she could have had a refined and sensual dress without the peek-a-boo.
Rita Ora in Alexandre Vauthier Couture. Her dress as separate identities are great, but this attire is a mix of two different ideas.
Jennifer Hudson in Christian Dior is a home run. This gown is chic, modern, and perfect for the VMAs. Her hair and jewelry flows with her look. Even I would like to wear it.
Holland Roden in Naeem Khan gown has an identity crisis. If this dress in seen from the back, it could fool anyone thinking that she’s wearing a wedding gown. Then, Roden turns around and it’s a mixture of a wedding gown-mullet skirt with cigar pants. This dress desperately needs editing.
Dear Sarah Hyland, I love the film, Gone with the Wind, yet Scarlet’s idea to wear a curtain as a dress doesn’t always work. The entire look ages her at least 10 years.
Crystla Reed in Zac Posen. This dress is gorgeous and I believe she’s a little too dressed up for the VMAs. Nonetheless, I do point out that she looks stunning.
Arina Grande in Kenley Collins. This floral dress is youthful and simply elegant. At the contrary of aging her, Grande looks fresh and at the same time flirty and not inappropriate.
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