2016 Grammy Awards: Our picks for best and worst dressed

  • Style
  • Tuesday, 16 Feb 2016

Lady Gaga arrives at the 58th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Reuters

[caption id="attachment_187113" align="alignright" width="265"]Nicole Trunfio looking snazzy. Photo: AFP Nicole Trunfio looking snazzy at the Grammy Awards. Photo: AFP[/caption]

The 58th Grammy Awards for 2016 saw many celebrities singing to their own tune in terms of style.

A red carpet that featured more misses than hits, here is a round up of the best and worst dressed.


Nicole Trunfio

Just the right amount of sparkle in this Zuhair Murad design to really help Trunfio shine. The fact that it is a jumpsuit makes it more of a winning look, as well.

Lady Gaga

Gaga went full Bowie for the Grammys and it worked. She is, after all, known for her flamboyant outfit choices, and this tribute to the late singer is spot on!



Onesies are not jumpsuits, and should never be worn on the red carpet – period. And look, she even gave her privates their own set of wings.

Jacqueline Van Bierk

Kudos for the well-placed scalloping. Sorry to say, it wasn’t enough. Those pink heels? Simply confusing.

Megan Nicole

It is unfortunate that this sweet girl, with usually sweet style, shows up in that dress because the colour is horrendous! A sick shade of purple combined with irridescence and shine makes this a mistake of a dress.

Dencia (Photo: EPA)
Jacqueline Van Bierk (Photo: AFP)


Uhm... what? Where is the outfit? It looks like this Las Vegas resident amplified her inner showgirl and attended the Grammy’s with handfuls of accessories positioned strategically. She isn’t dressed.

Andra Day

A jungle green 1980s bridesmaids dress with a white fur stole and shoes. Her style is neither here nor there. The body chain is another element that is out of the mix along with the pulled up hair and bejewelled hair accessories.

Andra Day (Photo: Reuters)
Manika (Photo: AFP)
Megan Nicole (Photo: AFP)

Joy Villa

Sure... use all that fabric as a (rather unnecessary?) train instead of covering your body with it.

[caption id="attachment_187112" align="alignnone" width="437"]Ugh, yeah. This is somebody named Joy Villa. Photo: Reuters Ugh, yeah. This is somebody named Joy Villa. Photo: Reuters[/caption]

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