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Style Steal: The Grammys and BAFTAS red carpet

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Style Steal: The Grammys and BAFTAS red carpetWe were reeling at the stunning fashion choices over the weekend. The red carpet was full of stunning dresses and inspiration at both the BAFTAs and Grammy Awards. As we love a great style steal, we've put together the ultimate guide on all our favourite looks straight from the red carpet. From royalty to up and coming actresses, read on to discover how to recreate the best looks. As well as some key beauty trends to see you through 2019.

The BAFTAs and Grammy Awards Style Steals

Style Steal: The Grammys and BAFTAS red carpet The Duchess of Cambridge achieved true elegance in a classic white dress at the BAFTAS.

Off the shoulder dress

Kate Middleton's floaty dress reflected the 2019 trend of light, chiffon dresses on the red carpet. Wearing a white one-shouldered taffeta gown, she really did bring royalty to the BAFTAs. To recreate this look, we suggest the Goddiva One Shoulder Bodycon Asymmetric Dress in Rose. To elevate the look, accesorise with the Gina Bacconi Silver Kaori Crepe Clutch Bag.

Style Steal: The Grammys and BAFTAS red carpet Not in her preferred black, Rachel Weisz surprised everyone in a custom Gucci gown.

Tulles and Frills

Rachel Weisz stayed on trend at the BAFTAs, with a feminine gown featuring layered tulle and a bardot neckline. Recreate the look with the Angel Forever Jazz Mermaid Dress in Ivory and Nude. Featuring a tulle mermaid fishtail for that feminine touch. We recommend applying the Daniel Sandler Luxury Matte Lipstick in Audrey for an upscale beauty look.

Style Steal: The Grammys and BAFTAS red carpet Cynthia Erivo dazzles on the BAFTAs red carpet in frothy fashion

Big Chiffon Skirts

Actress, Cynthia Erivo turned heads at the BAFTAs in a blush and purple Vera Wang bridal gown. Match Eriove and be the belle of the ball with the Angel Forever Tulle Couture Ball Gown.

Style Steal: The Grammys and BAFTAS red carpet Lily Collins more than stood out among the A-list as she hit the red carpet in Givenchy.

Dark Makeup

Lily Collins dressed in a tailored top and sheer lace skirt in striking blue, at the 2019 BAFTAs. For a similar look that is less extravagant, we suggest the Adrianna Papell Deep Blue Beaded Maxi Dress. Accessorise with the Gina Bacconi Navy Kaori Crepe Clutch Bag for the perfect match.

Collins is known for her iconic dark makeup options. Achieve this year’s trendy lip shade with the Daniel Sandler Luxury Matte Lipstick in Casablanca.

Style Steal: The Grammys and BAFTAS red carpet Best Actress nominee Viola Davis channeled ultimate elegance in a monochromatic gown.

The LBD

Also seen on the BAFTAs red carpet was Viola Davis. Wearing a black silk velvet Armani Privé gown with a white bow at the neckline. We think the Ariella Jasmine Black Velvet Evening Dress is a beautiful alternative. Featuring a side frill and rouched detail.

Style Steal: The Grammys and BAFTAS red carpet Dua Lipa walked the red carpet in In Versace and Bvlgari Jewellery.

Silver Metallics

Bringing the sparkle to the Grammys red carpet, Dua Lipa wore a fitted silver metallic dress. Sparkle just like Dua Lipa, in the Jora Collection Embellished Dress in Silver. To balance out the look, we highly recommend the Daniel Sandler Lipshine Lipstick in Hush.

Style Steal: The Grammys and BAFTAS red carpet Kelsea Ballerini arrived to the Grammys in Jenny Packham and Gucci Shoes.

 

Kelsea Ballerini looked beautiful at the Grammy awards in a neutral gown with ruffled designs. For something a little more wearable, we recommend the Nataliya Couture Beige Vivienne Midi Dress. Upscale the classic glamour with the La Bante Rose Gold Vegan Allegro Clutch Bag. Add a bold lip with the Daniel Sandler Micro Bubble Lipstick in Micro Red, for an elegant twist on this darling look.

Style Steal: The Grammys and BAFTAS red carpet Anna Kendrick brightened up the red carpet with Nikos Koulis Jewellery.

Pink Dresses

Anna Kendrick strutted her stuff on the Grammys red carpet in a frilly pink mini. We think the Nataliya Couture Hannah V-Neck Lace Detail Maxi Dress in Blush Pink is the perfect alternative. Compliment the dress with the CODE Beautiful SSL Lip Liner for plump pink lips.

Style Steal: The Grammys and BAFTAS red carpet Ashlee Simpson wore a sheer Georges Chakra jumpsuit, which featured elaborate beading and whimsical feathers at the waist.

Upscaled Glamour

Ashlee Simpson got groovy on the Grammy Awards red carpet with a silver jumpsuit. To achieve the same glamour, we suggest the Rene K Couture Grey Asymmetric Long Sleeve Jumpsuit. Elevate the look with the CODE Beautiful VLM Mascara for long fluttery lashes.

Style Steal: The Grammys and BAFTAS red carpet Nina Dobrev looked stunning in Dior and Harry Winston Jewellery.

Neutral Shades

Nina Dobrev walked up the Grammys red carpet in a darling Dior dress. To achieve the same feminine elegance, we think the Gina Bacconi Jettie Beige Sequin Chiffon Dress is a great candidate. Style with the Daniel Sandler Luxury Lipstick in Goddess to keep the outfit looking fresh and polished. We think the Daniel Sandler Watercolour Crème Rouge Blush in Soft Peach will compliment the whole look wonderfully.

Here at Little Black Dress, we had fashion fever this year on the BAFTAs and Grammy Awards celebrity style. We loved seeing all the style trends taking over the red carpet. From big chiffon skirts to silver metallics with pinks and neutral shades in between. 2019 style is all about feminine touches and making a sparkling statement. With the likes of Lily Collins dark lip and Cynthia Erivo's glossy makeup, following this years beauty trends. It is clear that the red carpet is the highlight of inspiration. Regardless of which event you are looking to dress up for.

Which look was your favourite from the BAFTAs and Grammy Awards?

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