This Was The Biggest Trend At The Grammy After Parties

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Every year, fashion fans look forward to the often risky, occasionally rock-and-roll-inspired, and overall memorable suits, gowns, and jumpsuits to grace the red carpet during the Grammy Awards. Perhaps it's the fact that artists know what it takes to truly make a statement — which, more often than not, includes a fair share of glitter, fringe, feathers, and other dramatic details — and they aren't afraid to try something outside the box. Fortunately, that also applies to what they wear after the awards show is over. In fact, the 2019 Grammys after-party looks prove some of the most show-stopping ensembles were the ones that weren't even televised.

This year, a sea of silver, sequins, jumpsuits, and extra-long ponytails made their way down the red carpet. But after all the awards were given away, many stars slipped into a little something different — though, for the most part, nonetheless daring. Besides some of the Grammy's top winners, presenters, and notable attendees, the after parties also included a handful of surprise appearances, all of whom proved they were ready to celebrate in style.

Ahead, find some of the best post-Grammys looks, many of which even rivaled some red-carpet favorites.

Hailee Steinfeld

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Feathers seemed to be the trend du jour for the Grammy after-party circuit. Steinfeld donned her own feathery mini by Giambattista Valli Haute Couture as she attended the Universal Music event.

Kacey Musgraves

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Musgraves changed into this feathery mini dress during the second half of the Grammy Awards ceremony. The light and bright look transitioned nicely to an after-party ensemble, so naturally she kept the feathered masterpiece on as she stepped out to celebrate her win.

Kiana Ledé

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Cowboy boots gave the singer's after-party look a bold touch.

Sophie Turner

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While Turner's black-on-black ensemble was head-turning on its own, the complementing smoky-blue eye makeup made the look a true knockout.


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The rapper and actress wore a crisp white jumpsuit, featuring a stunning cape that trailed down her back.

Ashley Tisdale

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Tisdale opted for a mesh, ankle-grazing dress and silver accessories.

Paris Jackson

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Jackson stunned in a printed champagne slip dress.