The Best 9 Bags From Grammys Weekend
Dresses and jewels weren't the only things to shine on the Grammys red carpet. Tina Craig, co-founder of Snob Essentials, breaks down the best and brightest bags from music's busiest weekend.
The Grammys preshow coverage is the most entertaining of all award-season shows. I can always count on pop princesses, rock stars and rappers to bring out the shine, sparkle, flash and then some on the red carpet.
Chrissy Teigen (above)
In a slinky, peekaboo Gucci dress and carrying a sharply geometric clutch, the curvy model instantly outshined any rock star. She also proved that white can be far edgier than any all-black look.
The Vampire Diaries star went for ample drama with her semi-sheer gown, but it’s her Swarovski clutch, featuring a whimsical swan motif, that wins the award for most sparkly bag.
Truth be told, I'd have no idea who she was if it weren’t for my 10-year-old son’s propensity for Nickelodeon shows. Pairing a glamorous Versace gown — a surprising choice for the teen dream — with an elegant clutch, she was the picture of sophistication.
Reminding us that less can be more, J. Hud's simple, strapless Tom Ford dress attracted the most attention amongst a sea of bling. A sleek mirrored clutch made for a minimally glam union.
The Grammy winner was pure country royalty with a color-popped black dress and her real eye-catcher: a flirty, Pop art-inspired clutch.
Going for deliciously simple, Nick Jonas' date flaunted beauty queen-caliber elegance in a demure black gown and matching clutch.
Staying true to herself, Taylor was all sugary sweetness in a pale blue Osman romper and Edie Parker clutch at the Clive Davis pre-Grammy Gala. Though I would ditch the ubiquitous Saint Laurent Tribute sandals for a modern update.
It's so unfair that Miley Cyrus is double fisting the best arm candies of the pre-Grammy party: plus-one Patrick Schwarzenegger and a shoulder-strapped evening bag in shimmering silver.
The eternally chic and seemingly ageless Courteney Cox stunned with Jennifer Meyer jewels and a crystal-topped black satin clutch. A far cry from her Springsteen-groupie debut!
Tina Craig is the co-founder of Snob Essentials.