Miley Cyrus And Rihanna Nail Toned-Down Glam

Miley Cyrus and Rihanna surprised us all at the Grammys 2014 pre-parties over the weekend by making serious style statements of a different kind.

21-year-old Miley turned up to the Clive Davis and Recording Academy pre-Grammy Gala not in a flesh-baring PVC bodysuit or fishnet slip, but looking gorgeously pretty in pink Calvin Klein. Now that’s how to do ‘bunny girl’ with class.

Teaming her CK mini-slip with an oversized light pink fluffy coat, strappy cream heels and a Chanel No.5 Perfume Bottle handbag, the We Can’t Stop singer looked refreshingly demure and totally gorgeous in her playful yet ladylike ensemble.

Miley’s icy, understated make-up and cute pixie cut worn swept to the side completed her girly get-up and left us wondering why she doesn’t dress like this all the time. Who’s in agreement?!

And she wasn’t the only one toning down her usually outrageous style over the weekend. Also partying in LA was Rihanna, who opted for a chic shirt and skirt combo for Jay Z’s exclusive annual Roc Nation Pre-Grammy brunch in Beverly Hills.

We loved the Bajan beauty’s sleek shimmering wet-look make-up and long, tumbling mermaid waves – pretty ’90s, non? Teamed with a quirky American flag striped shirt and thigh-split pencil skirt, the Stay singer added just the right amount of RiRi glam with her pointed white lace-up pumps. Hot.

With both singers looking so strikingly demure on their respective red carpets, we were sad to see neither Miley nor Rihanna turning up to the actual Grammy Awards on Sunday.

Miley skipped the ceremony to play Guitar Hero at home with her pet pooches, while RiRi was nowhere to be seen at the star-studded bash of the year, simply tweeting after the ceremony:

‘@TheGRAMMYs: Congrats to Best Urban Contemporary Album ‘Unapologetic’ @rihanna #GRAMMYs” $weet $urprise, pretty phucking rad! Thank you.’

Mysterious!

By Robyn Munson

 

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