Grammy Red Carpet Reviews: Part 3 from Michaela Jedinak, UK Stylist and Fashion Pro

The Red Carpet Style Review is back with Part 3 of the Grammy Red Carpet and Michaela Jedinak’s commentary on the fashion winners — and losers- for that night!
(She covered the SAG Awards red carpet reviews and the Gucci/Madonna Party at NYFW!) . Check out her site:
Colour: The black works great on her and the neon pink is giving the outfit an edge and works for the type of event.
Shape: The neckline works for her though showing a bit too much, but then these are the Grammys and more ” Sex and Rock’ Roll”. Her skirt line is well chosen for petite frame and not overpowering her by having too much fabric around her hips and knee line. Unfortunately the belt is far too big for her petite shape and waist, but it is softened by the fact that she has such a dropping neckline.
Style: To start with – there is too much pink in the picture–less would have been more. The bracelet and earrings are not compatible with the shoes and belt- different colours of pink and style. Her neon lipstick with these white teeth on her dark skin…is really a no no. And this touch of a blonde curl in her hair is so wrong that everything together looks too busy, wrong and experimental rather a put together look. But- age is on her side and she has a lovely smile, which makes it a lot forgivable
Overall Rating:*** Three Stars

Ashlee Simpson
Colour: The bronze colour works for her colouring
Shape: The outfit works on her petite body and underlines as well her slender calves and legs. Only a few women can pull off this sort of shape and it works nice on her. Also, the style of shoes and size of clutch bag are all well chosen for her petite frame, so it looks all very balanced…but….
Style: Hello…am I looking at the wrong event…these are the Grammy’s and not again a tea party on 5th Avenue. Why choosing such a dress and style of shoes for such an event…and if you do please make it look more creative, bohemian, edgy by wearing boots or the new all fashionable Roman gladiator shoes or dominant necklace a’ la Madonna in her “holiday” video. Her whole outfit with this hair and make up looks like someone was thrown in early hours in a pool and is on her way back home….but again age is still on her side and makes a lot forgivable.
Overall Rating: *** Three Stars
Chris Daughtry
Colour: Though he opts for a bold look, black looks great on him because it reflect his eye brows, dark eyes and facial hair
Shape: His outfit is well tailored for his height and scale and the open neckline makes him not only appear taller, but also gives a bit of air in this solid and black outfit. Great choice of necklaces and belt, which complementing his scale.
Style: Loving it- fantastic look for the type of the event. It has sophistication but also attitude in it. Great choice of accessories to give the outfit a certain feel to it.
Overall Rating: ***** Five Stars
Jordan Sparks
Colour: Beautiful combination and the leopard print looks gorgeous on her
Shape: Almost perfect- great choice of waist line that not only shows her beautiful waist off but also is high enough to show off her bosom. Great choice of sleeves line, so it balances with her beautiful curves. She has a short neck and small décolleté and this higher neckline is not flattering, because it makes her head appear bigger by letting her neck disappear. Though the hairstyle works with the dress and outfit it is not complementing her short neck and décolleté line and making her head even appear bigger.
Style: The clutch back is too small for her scale and makes her body look bigger. Plus there is a bit of personality touch missing…. Sexy but it is all to matchy matchy and too neat
Overall Rating:**** Four Stars
Michaela Jedinak is the founder of JOY OF COLOUR, The Colour and Style Consultancy. She work as a stylist and personal shopper in London and internationally. Michaela offeres one on one consultations and is now providing online and interactive services who live far away or don’t have the time to come in for personal consults. works with women and men at all age groups.
Check out Michaela’s commentaries here on– she’s spot on when it comes to the pluses and minuses of an outfit.
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