Kacey Musgraves' Grammys Red Carpet Outfit Proves Barbiecore Is Still So In RN


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If there's one thing about 2022 we can all agree on, it's that it was the year of Barbie pink. Thanks to Valentino's PP Pink fantasy and Greta Gerwig's upcoming film about the American toy, Barbiecore was everywhere, and according to Kacey Musgraves, it's not a trend just reserved for last year. 

Tonight, the country singer wore a bubblegum-colored catsuit complete with a matching feathered cape on the 2023 Grammys red carpet. The Valentino ensemble—accented by Stuart Weitzman pumps and Nicole Rose jewelry—was more than just a celebration of 2022's most-loved trend, but rather a new take on the iconic color ahead of spring pastels. 


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Musgraves wears a Valentino catsuit and cape, Stuart Weitzman shoes, and Nicole Rose jewelry.

The star's makeup and hair were glamorous but minimal, allowing the Pepto Bismol realness to shine through. The six-time Grammy winner's hair was styled in a low, tousled bun by Giovanni Delgado using T3 and Unite products, while her glow was achieved by using the viral Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Light Wands—a fan favorite among the fashion crowd.

Musgraves is no stranger to the ethereal princess aesthetic, previously relying on her signature whimsical color palette of pink and blue throughout her red carpet looks. Truly, no one else can give us butterflies like she does.


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Ana Escalante is an award-winning journalist and Gen Z editor whose work ranges from dissecting size inclusivity at fashion week to discussing how American Girl Doll meme accounts are the the answer to society's collective spiral. She's covered it all: Queen Elizabeth II's corgis, Roe v. Wade frontline protests, and the emergence of jorts (or jean shorts for the uninitated). At Who What Wear, Ana is responsible for delivering smart, insightful, personality-driven shopping guides and trend features for a digital-first generation.Before joining Who What Wear, Ana was Glamour magazine's editorial assistant, where she focused on daily news and special packages, including leading the brand's 2022 Met Gala coverage. For more than half a decade, she has covered style, beauty, and digital culture for publications such as Paper magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue Japan, and Allure, among others. Ana has been called a rising star in media by publications such as Nylon and Teen Vogue. (Her mother, meanwhile, calls her "the coolest person" she knows.)