Oh lord, I love this. So glad that she is out of widows weeds and into some kind of crazy colourful spin on a 50s housewife. Heaven!
So prim and proper with a dash of pre-summer loveliness. And sooooo un-Grammys.
I do love her, but I don't always love her wardrobe choices. I like where she is going with this, the structured monochrome top of the jumpsuit is amazing, I just wished the bottom half looked less like leggings.
Is it just me or does she look like a particularly un-soothing lozenge?
Minimal but colourful perfection. Love.
Love the colour, love the shape, love the embellishment, not so wild about cleavage-orama.
Loving the neckline and the cutouts. I think she looks great.
It is amazing that when there has been a call for less flesh at the Grammys flouting that just makes you look a bit desparate. You're a beautiful woman, I don't think you have to try this hard.
OK, so who was the person that we all thought would laugh in the face of the no flesh Grammys rule? Ri-Ri, right? How wrong were we. Super elegant. I love this dress, one of my favourites and I don't think she has ever looked better.
Oh, how I love you Solange and your inability to put a fashion foot wrong in my mind. Emerald green sequins, miraculously classy thigh high slit, coral courts and enormous fro. Yes, yes, yes, yes!
The dress is pretty if a bit scary with the strapping, but the hair reminds me of the scary German lady in 'Allo, 'Allo. Hmmm, not so much.
(Images via Elle UK, Telegraph)