The Bad: In Which Grammy Fashions Get Fugly

Oy vey. And you ain't even seen the actual "uglys" yet.

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Okay, is it just me, or was Taylor Swift's gown just not that flattering? Yes, I'm harder on her, but she's earned high expectations.


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Another one who just suffered from a less-than-flattering cut: Mary J.


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Oh, and Olivia Fox...although that's not really the end of the issues with her sad frock.


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I was so with Niecy Nash until we hit the dust ruffle.


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Shalia Durcal's gown may be one of the most unflattering I've ever seen and I'm really curious about her selection process, actually.


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And now we come to the parade of horrible minis. From Tia Carrere's sparse scrap...


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To Kaya Jones' oversized blouse...


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To Giuliana Rancic's disspiriting ruffle...


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To Liv Jones' cheerless floral...


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To Kristine Wu's American Apparel-worthy sparkles.


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And Heidi, all I'm saying is...


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It's really not a good sign when you're in the same subcategory as Snooki.


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I love that since last Thursday, Nina Garcia has made it acceptable to simply critique a dress like Miley Cyrus' by saying, "it's really ugly."


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And let's just use that again on Katy Perry's "floral," shall we?


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Lacey Mosley: embellishment run amok.


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It's like Imogen Heap literally thrust her head through a hatbox. Not that there's anything wrong with that.


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Why, in Los Angeles, you might ask, did Malina Moye feel the need to ruin a perfectly okay outfit with a dyed-to-match cerulean fox muff? I couldn't tell you, kids.


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Shir Shomron's fairy princess goes down in flames.


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Ke$ha's golden frock felt neither fresh nor fun, did feel really gold.


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I dig Pink's whole princessy contrast thing, but this guy's just too busy. What say you?


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J.Lo Takes asymmetry to a new, horrible low that could also just be called a large strip of fabric hanging over a mini.


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DISCUSSION

By
Nancy Sin

I really liked Taylor's dress, but as a commenter noted below, it really played up homegirl's terrible posture. Also, it could have been a bit longer to work with her impressive stems. But I actually loved the neckline and it was a great color on her.