Our favorite looks from our favorite musicians. 

There are a few big nights for fashion and the entertainment industry: the Met Gala, the Oscars—and the GRAMMYs. The GRAMMYs often feel like the fun younger sister of the Oscars–where the Oscars is an evening of sometimes sedate elegance, the GRAMMYs is a little bit more of a free-for-all, from Missy Elliott's fuzzy Kangol hat and velour Adidas tracksuit to Jennifer Lopez's internet-making green Versace dress.

In honor of the postponed event, which was originally slated for January 31, we've rounded up our favorite GRAMMYs looks over the years. 

Mariah Carey's red slip dress at the 1993 GRAMMYs is a little bit classic, a little bit '90s—and styled with her classic spiral curls. It's just really sweet.

Who can forget this Beyoncé look? While Queen B wasn't the first to go nude-ish on the red carpet, her Michael Costello gown was a sexy/sweet combo that we're still talking about, seven years later. And don't overlook the lob—it's every bit what helped make this look so fresh. 

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Selena Gomez may have been Taylor Swift's date to the 2016 GRAMMYs, but she should definitely consider going out again with this all-American Calvin Klein number. 

I can't stop thinking about this Solange-look. Her Gucci dress, which has the potential to be just a little much, works so well because the rest of the styling grounds her goddess vibe. 

I don't know if it's my higher, adult brain going, "Ah yes, take note of the gauzy, structural ruffling and bold shade" or my lower, child brain going, "Orange! Butterfly! Butterfly! Orange!" but I love Chrissy Teigen in this Yanina Couture dress.

That's it from us! What looks did we miss? What are your favorite style moments from the GRAMMYs? Let us know in the comments.