How To Steal Grammy Style Ahead Of The Awards Show

Our invites to the show may have gotten lost in the mail, but we'll be on red-carpet high alert on Sunday watching the Grammys from home. How could we not be? After all, the songstresses up for gramophones this weekend know how to wow onstage and the carpet. But, today, it's actually their off-duty wardrobe that has us taking notes. Before Sunday's festivities, we're pulling four outfits from these musically gifted, sartorially savvy nominees to inspire our weekend wear — as well as our everyday #OOTDs. So, forget (if you can) those designer duds they'll be sporting for the ceremony; ahead, we're recreating their daily looks with pieces much more our speed (and price range).
Beyoncé is wearing a 5:31 Jérôme coat, Haute Hippie dress, and Gucci sandals.

She goes by many names — Bey, Mrs. Carter, Yoncé, Queen B. But, her reputation for sartorially slaying precedes her. To copy Beyoncé's look, simply find pieces that make you feel like you run the world. 
Taylor is wearing a Free People hat, ASOS sandals, and Cambridge Satchel Company bag.

If you needed more proof that Taylor Swift is one of the most relatable starlets in the industry, take a peek into her wardrobe. Yes, there are the obligatory, you-paid-how-much-for-that? pieces in her closet, but they hang right alongside Free People, Topshop, and other garments from your favorite shops.
Miley is wearing a Saint Laurent bag, Marc Jacobs sunglasses, and Chanel boots. 

She's just being Miley — and that's reflected in her fashion sense, too. Cyrus is true to herself when it comes to her everyday wear, which only makes us like her more. The singer blends her punk inclinations with a penchant for designer vintage, resulting in California-cool ensembles that make us want to move somewhere we can wear denim cutoffs year-round. 
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Rihanna is wearing an Alice + Olivia top, J.W. Anderson skirt, Stella McCartney platforms, Louis Vuitton bag, and Jacquie Aiche jewelry. 

All right, so Rihanna isn't nominated for a solo Grammy this year (her collaboration with Eminem, "The Monster," did get a best rap/sung collaboration nom). She will, however, be performing her new single, "FourFiveSeconds," with Paul McCartney and Kanye West at the ceremony, and will likely make jaws drop on the red carpet, so the singer deserves a mention. Plus, we're not ones to turn down an opportunity to worship at the sartorial altar of Bad Gal RiRi.
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