The most daring and beautiful cut-out dresses | Grammy Awards 2017

There is no need to say that the 2017 Grammy Awards was the place to be. The entire Hollywood gang gathered to witness many awards winning. Of course, most women were absolutely beautiful. There has been a lot of dresses that caught my attention, especially J. Lo’s (read article here). But there are some others that I really wanted to give a shoot out to. I decided to focus only on cut-out dresses, because princess dresses are always the focus. Today, I show you five dresses that I really love. Three dresses that screams sexy ! Nicole Trunfio is wearing a beautiful kind of lace burgundy dress. The dress itself is a lot to take in : lace, fringe, belt, see-through. But the model impressed me by wearing it with so much class. The burgundy/purple color got me on my knees, I am in love with this color.

Nicole Trunfio in Zuhair Murad

The gown reveal the svelte figure of the model, along with V-neck line and a back cut-out.   Demi Lovato, what a beautiful woman. Out of the 5, this dress is most definitely my favorite. I love the nude and almost white color of the dress. I love that it is a tight dress that reveals Demi’s curve. I love the high neck line but also the cut-out to reveal a decent amount of cleavage.

Demi Lovato in Julien MacDonald

The dress is completely backless, although she covered it with her hair. I would have prefered her to wear either a bun or a side braid. Céline Dion was clearly noticeable in this green dress. Again, when you wear a back cut-out, I think it is better to show it, her hair covered it, which I didn’t like.

Céline Dion in Zuhair Murad

Is there anything not to love about Zuhair Murad ? From the moment I saw Céline, I knew this dress was a creation of his. The V-neck, the cut-out back, the belt, I love it all. But I most definitely love this green color the most.

Chrissy Teigen is always so chic. She knows what to wear to be at her best. I am pretty sure that I wouldn’t have liked this dress if someone else was wearing it. I honestly think there is too much detailing in the front of the dress. But with no surprise, Chrissy pulls it off incredibly well.

Chrissy Teigen in Roberto Cavalli

I know that not everyone is going to agree with me on this one. But I had to feature because Laverne Cox managed to make the LBD (little black dress) more interesting. Again, I am not a huge fan but I applaud her audacity.

Laverne Cox in Bryan Hearns

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