Here’s the biggest red carpet trend of Grammy Awards 2019 and the dresses you should be wearing this year

Pink was the colourway that many celebrities chose for their ensembles on the red carpet of the 61st Grammy Awards. Here, we show you how you can incorporate this red carpet trend for your special occasions

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Indeed, the annual Grammy Awards is a ceremony that bestows accolades for stellar performances in the music industry, but if we were to be really honest, the red carpet looks are just as significant as in itself.

While Lady Gaga (our fashion queen) served us rock ‘n’ roll diva realness with a silver sequin embellished gown by Hedi Slimane’s Celine that left us mesmerised for days, it seems that celebrities had the same thoughts when it comes to getting dressed on Feb 11: They were all thinking pink.

Zuri Hall, the co-anchor of E! News, showed up in a barbie pink John Paul Ataker pleated off-shoulder gown. American-Cuban singer-songwriter Camila Cabello displayed her curves with a fuschia sequinned Armani Privé number that hugs her body effortlessly. Actress Anna Kendrick flaunted her gams in a baby pink feathery mini dress by Ralph & Russo.

Was it because February is the month of romance? Or could it be a way that celebs are commemorating female empowerment in a post-#MeToo award season (cue last year’s Grammys and Oscars)? Whatever the reason, the roster, host and special appearance of Michelle Obama proved to show that the ladies were the winners this year — and pink could just be the colour that emphasised this notion of female unity.

Below, shop some of the best pink frocks for that #girlboss, red carpet-worthy look for all the important functions you have lined up for the rest of the year.