What you need in your closet this year, according to the stars.
No one is exempt from the influence of high fashion.
As Miranda Priestly points out in The Devil Wears Prada, every style starts on the runway and is then "filtered down through the department stores and then trickled on down into some tragic Casual Corner where you, no doubt, fished it out of some clearance bin." So it really is impossible to escape the influence of the elite, even when you try. Instead of resisting, why not lean in and aim to be ahead of the trends by taking these hot tips from your favorite musical artists?
According to the looks at the 2020 Grammy Awards, here's what's in this year.
The K-Pop Turtleneck
BTS at the 2020 Grammys
Regardless of your gender identity, a monochrome turtleneck under a blazer, trench coat, or button-up will immediately make you look as chic as BTS did on the red carpet. Add slim fit or high waisted trousers to complete the look.
Bebe Rexha at the “2020 Grammys”
While Bebe Rexha opted for a bedazzled fishnet turtleneck, a plain fishnet shirt is a cool addition under any low cut top or even under a blazer. You could also wear a cute bralette underneath and forgo the outer layer all together.
Blazers Without a Shirt
Lauren London at the 2020 Grammy's
If you're feeling risky (and temperature permits) the boob suit is an excellent choice for a night out. Just go for a pretty bra underneath or even nothing at all (well, maybe a little body tape). Plus, this look is Kim Kardashian approved.
Two Piece Dresses
Dua Lipa at the 2020 Grammys
A 90's inspired figure-hugging satin skirt with a matching top creates the effect of an evening gown, but with a little flirty midrift thrown in the equation. You can also do this look with a fuller skirt.
Maggie Rogers at the 2020 Grammys
Sparkles of every variety, from sequins to rhinestones, glittered at the 2020 Grammys. If you thought you left sparkles in 2002, think again and prepare to incorporate them in your looks as seamlessly as Maggie Rogers did on the red carpet.
Shawn Mendes at the 2020 Grammys
A slim trouser and fitted blazer in a bold color look great on anyone, even if everything looks great on Shawn Mendes. Also, the vest is back in style this year, so whether you wear it by itself or under a blazer, be sure to grab one soon.
Billie Eilish at the 2020 Grammys
Is there any better way to look like an alien than to create the illusion that your hair grows green? After Billie Eilish's huge night at the Grammys, get ready to see tons of neon roots popping up as 2020 unfolds.
Rosalia's nails at the 2020 Grammys
Almost every leading lady at the Grammys had on extremely long fake nails, many of them bedazzled or otherwise wildly decorated. Lizzo's were even pierced.
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As she announced on Instagram on Tuesday, she is taking part in the one-day boycott of Instagram and Facebook organized by Stop Hate for Profit and promoted by other celebrities, from Katy Perry to Leonardo DiCaprio.
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