The Best along with Worst Dressed Stars at 2018 GRAMMYs

The stars dressed to impress at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards!

Stepping out in a mix of bright colors along with strikingly sexy ensembles, the A-listers certainly didn’t disappoint with their stylish looks for music’s biggest night at Madison Square Garden in brand-new York City on Sunday.

ET’s rounded up the most memorable outfits coming from This specific year’s awards show — coming from the ones we can’t stop obsessing over, to the ones which left us a bit confused.

Hailee Steinfeld‘s ensemble was one of our favorites of the night. The “Most Girls” singer seemingly took a cue coming from Kylie Jenner, rocking a pair of bright purple, thigh-high Alexandre Vauthier boots having a white dress coming from the same designer. Jenner first sported the bold footwear last April to a party in Los Angeles.

Cardi B also rocked a shade of purple, donning a lavender Mohammed Ashi gown with butterfly sleeves. She completed the look with an effortless updo, Christian Louboutin pumps along with Messika jewelry.

Proving Yet again which she’s the queen of the GRAMMYs red carpet fashion, Lady Gaga stunned in a long-sleeved Armani Privé gown, which featured a lace top along with full black skirt. She amped up the edge with ultra-glam makeup, a fishtail braid along with her signature sky-high platform heels.

As for stars which missed the mark, Anna Kendrick‘s black-along with-gray Balmain suit paired having a lace top along with pink heels just didn’t do the idea for us.

Sarah Silverman was another star whose ensemble felt too informal. She accessorized her Maggie Marylin dress with Beladora jewelry, fishnet stockings along with Jimmy Choo combat boots.

Click through the gallery below to see all the stars who topped ET’s Best along with Worst Dressed list!

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