Awards season is out in full force and we truly couldn't be happier.
Last night saw was a big one for the world of music, as the biggest names in the industry flocked to the 62nd annual Grammy Awards. And of course, as our favorite A-listers hit the red carpet once again, there were a whole host of incredible (and disastrous) ensembles to feast our eyes on.
Although we have to say, the boys really pulled it out of the bag this year.
So, let's start off with the best dressed, shall we?
via: Getty ImagesKicking off the countdown with a bit of zebra print... you can't go wrong, can you?
29. Camila Cabello
via: Getty ImagesThe singer's prom-esque 2-piece gown was a real head-turner.
28. Nathalie Joachim
via: Getty ImagesRed was a huge trend on the red carpet this year, and it seems Nathalie Joachim well and truly nailed it in this ensemble. Anyone else getting Villanelle vibes?
27. Kirk Franklin
via: Getty ImagesThe guys really upped their fashion game at the Grammys this year, and Kirk Franklin's silver-grey suit was certainly no exception.
26. Kevin & Danielle Jonas
via: Getty ImagesThe loved-up duo really stole the show.
25. Brittany Howard
via: Getty ImagesWe're in love with the forest green on black combo!
24. Misty Copeland
via: Getty ImagesThis could have very nearly been a miss but Misty Copeland pulled off this unique gown effortlessly.
23. Billie Eilish
via: Getty ImagesBillie Eilish tends to get a bad rep in the world of fashion, but we have to admit, this neon Gucci number is the perfect ode to her signature style. We for one, love it!
22. Quavo of Migos
via: Getty ImagesThis red satin Prada suit is everything.
21. Lucky Daye
via: Getty ImagesWe can't get enough of the amount of satin we've seen on the red carpet this year. Keep it coming!
20. Jessie Reyez
via: Getty ImagesThe Canadian singer's lace infused gown is fit for any princess.
19. Erin Lim
via: Getty ImagesAdmittedly, it's a little basic but it works, nevertheless. We're in love with the floaty vibes combined with the one-shoulder look.
via: Getty ImagesNext up we've got another suit. J.I.D really commanded our attention in this dramatic orange and black ensemble.
17. Claudia Sulewski
via: Getty ImagesThe star absolutely dazzled in this sparkly number as she attended the ceremony with her boyfriend, Finneas O'Connell (who also happens to be Billie Eilish's brother).
16. Brandi Carlile
via: Getty ImagesThis is an example of a floral suit done right.
via: Getty ImagesWe're absolutely in love with this flattering color combo.
14. Victoria Monét
via: Getty ImagesVictoria Monét never fails to amaze, and it seems this burnt orange gown proves she really knows how to steal the show.
13. Swae Lee
via: Getty ImagesFrom the glittery boots to the kimono, this is hands down one of our favorites from the night.
via: Getty ImagesThis pastel-toned coat is everything we didn't know we needed.
11. Lana Del Rey
via: Getty ImagesLana Del Rey may like to keep it understated, but her stunning mall-bought dress certainly didn't fall short.
10. FKA twigs
via: Getty ImagesFKA twigs certainly isn't scared to be different. This hooded gown from Ed Marler might not be to everyone's taste but it's certainly a fashion statement.
9. Shania Twain
via: Getty ImagesThe legendary country singer is giving us all the "my husband died in mysterious circumstances" vibes and we're here for it.
8. Dua Lipa
via: Getty ImagesDua Lipa's Versace dress is oozing '90s nostalgia.
7. Maggie Rogers
via: Getty ImagesMaggie Rogers absolutely stunned in vintage Chanel.
6. Tyler, The Creator
via: Getty ImagesIf you want someone who dabbles in the more daring side of fashion, Tyler is your guy. The star channelled full-blown chic bellboy in this custom Golf Le Fleur baby pink outfit.
5. Chrissy Teigen
via: Getty ImagesWe're finally into the top 5, which means serious business. Chrissy Teigen looked as radiant as ever in sunset orange Yanina Couture.
4. Jameela Jamil
via: Getty ImagesThe actress and activist blew us away in this strapless electric blue ensemble.
3. Billy Porter
via: Getty ImagesThe king of the red carpet is back and he didn't disappoint. The actor treated us to yet another memorable look, rocking a turquoise sparkly jumpsuit. Not to mention the fact that his hat was motorized.
2. Ariana Grande
via: Getty ImagesThe songstress made a jaw-dropping entrance onto the red carpet in this dusky gray tulle-layered Giambattista Valli gown.
via: Getty ImagesThere was one celebrity who truly blew us away with their look this year and that was Lizzo. The singing sensation sported an old-Hollywood inspired Atelier Versace gown, complete with crystal piping and faux fur, making her a worthy winner of the best-dressed title. And now we’ve seen the best, let’s take a look at the … rest.
30. Liza Koshy
via: Getty ImagesSadly, these textures just don't work together.
via: Getty ImagesYou usually can't go wrong with a plain black dress but this proves otherwise.
28. Nija Charles
via: Getty ImagesThis metallic number really missed the mark for us.
via: Getty ImagesWhat's going on in the center of that suit exactly?
26. Andrew Watt
via: Getty ImagesWe're massive fans of the oversized look but the fit of this just doesn't look quite right, which is a shame considering we love the baby blue color.
25. Kimberly Schlapman
via: Getty ImagesThe tulle combined with polka dots isn't doing it for us.
24. Gloria Gaynor
via: Getty ImagesThe cut of this dress makes it come off as slightly cheap looking.
23. Alessandra Ambrosio
via: Getty ImagesSomething about this split-in-the-middle ensemble makes us very uncomfortable.
via: Getty ImagesIt's not overly offensive but the color sadly brings it down in the ranks.
21. Heidi Klum
via: Getty ImagesNot a fan of the central split, sorry Heidi!
20. Lewis Capaldi
via: Getty ImagesWe get that he's not exactly known for dressing up, but the singer's ensemble was just plain lazy.
19. Mollie King
via: Getty ImagesWe hate to be that person but it's just not that flattering.
18. Tess Holliday
via: Getty ImagesSadly, the print let this dress down.
17. Bella Harris
via: Getty ImagesThis looks like something you'd find on the sale rack in Forever 21.
16. Lil Nas X
via: Getty ImagesIt may be his signature style but it doesn't make it good. That tacky neon pink is painful to look at.
15. Sibley Scoles
via: Getty ImagesShe may have gone simple but the shiny texture cheapens the look.
14. Rhiannon Giddens
via: Getty ImagesRed was a huge trend this year but sadly, Rhiannon Giddens missed the mark with this one.
13. Tanya Tucker
via: Getty ImagesEverything about this is just wrong.
12. Tove Lo
via: Getty ImagesThis vintage Vivienne Westwood pantsuit and Agent Provacateur bra is a baffling combination, to say the least.
11. Laura Veltz
via: Getty ImagesHave we teleported back to 2007?
via: Getty ImagesLeather is a risky one and sadly, it didn't pay off for Rosalía.
9. Steve Lacy
via: Getty ImagesWe have so many questions... starting with what are those shoes?
8. Nikita Dragun
via: Getty ImagesWe appreciate that the YouTube star has gone for a more "out there" look, but this one failed to wow us.
7. Esperanza Spalding
via: Getty ImagesGarish doesn't even come close. There's simply way too much going on.
via: Getty ImagesThe strange color combo and ill-fitting suit is a bit of an eyesore.
5. Taylor Parks
via: Getty ImagesWe'll be the first to admit to loving a bit of tulle, but this highlighter yellow ensemble doesn't do the trend justice at all.
4. Georgia Anne Muldrow
via: Getty ImagesFrom the poorly placed mesh to the low rise trousers... where do we begin on this fashion faux pas?
3. Imogen Heap
via: Getty ImagesThis black ensemble just completely drowns her out.
2. Sophie Turner
via: Getty ImagesWe had such high hopes for our fave Game of Thrones star but sadly, Sophie Turner looked more like a 2012 college frat party guest than red-carpet ready.
1. Priyanka Chopra
via: Getty ImagesPriyanka Chopra tops this years worst dressed list. Her deep-V Ralph and Russo dress was unflattering and an all-out confusing choice.