Amanda Sanders

Four Grammys Outfits That Will Make You Want To Sing

Amanda Sanders
Four Grammys Outfits That Will Make You Want To Sing

The 60th Annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden kicked off 2018 with spellbinding haute couture, anticipated custom looks, and deluxe accessories. Here are four styles that have serious a la mode rhythm!

 Andra Day, Photo by GotCeleb

Andra Day, Photo by GotCeleb

1. “Rise Up” singer Andra Day stood out with a jazzy lilac and red tuxedo dress and a retro updo. The plunging neckline and high slit are sexy and tailored to riveting perfection.

 Ava Max, Photo by E! Online

Ava Max, Photo by E! Online

2. As Ava Max’s song goes: “Just clap your hands now!” We give her flirty Grammys outfit the biggest applause. Her whimsical gold and hot pink floral pantsuit trophies the ordinary class act ensemble.

 Victor Cruz, Photo by GQ

Victor Cruz, Photo by GQ

3. American football wide receiver Victor Cruz was a standout stud in his smart chocolate brown and black trimmed tuxedo jacket and pants.

 Ne-Yo, Photo by Vibe

Ne-Yo, Photo by Vibe

4. Ne-Yo’s snappy Grammys look deserved an award all in itself. The star sported a current capsule: a gold velvet blazer teamed with a white button up and black pants. He is “one in a million” with the happiest of eyes and brightest smile to top it off.