The Grammy Awards has come and gone. A night celebrating the past year in music and the outpour of some colourful and crazy fashion. Channeling Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj right now. There were many risk takers and memorable looks but only a select few made the Amanda's Fashion Spot cut. Behold the ladies in pastel, Natasha Beddingfield and Kelly Osbourne who each dressed in the softest and prettiest colours of the night, baby blue and lavender. The groundhog that predicted an early spring was spot when it comes to these looks that remind me of springtime. Natasha Beddingfield wore a strapless blue gown with a sequin bust detail and chiffon skirt with a print reminiscent of the Ming Dynasty. Her soft waves brought out a 1940's Old Hollywood vibe with her glowing skin and bright smile leaving the perfect finishing touch. Kelly Osbourne has always been regarded as a style risk taker, from her black and pink choppy haircuts, 1980's punk princess revival look and her vast collection of vintage dresses. Now, her style has taken a demure ladylike turn and is every bit stunning. Kelly O absolutely glows in this beautiful lavender ruffled dress with satin bow tied sash and sparkly peeptoes. Bravo, Kelly bravo!
I have featured a countless number of sparkly, sequin gowns on Amanda's Fashion Spot and with all the gorgeous shiny stunners that have been in fashion as of late, that will not be slowing down any time soon! Plus, I love all that glitters. Country songstress Leann Rimes dazzled on the red carpet in this gorgeous gold stunner. With a slight off-the-shoulder cap sleeve and loose draping, this gown evokes a look reminiscent of the screen goddesses of yesteryear. You go Leann! Jenny from the block is now the Jenny that knows how to rock a red carpet! This Emilio Pucci mini dress looks like a hybrid between a sexy dress and a discoball in the best possible way. J.Lo lit up the red carpet in her matching silver clutch and studded shoes in a look to be remembered.
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