Find out the best party dressing tips and style inspiration from Ariana Grande
When it comes to Ariana Grande’s style, you can instantly picture an oversized sweatshirt and knee-high boots. But if you’re looking forward to your Prom or any other event this month where you have got to put your best fashion foot forward, mimicking some of her most iconic looks is the best start. From her red carpet glam to her stage performance – you’ve landed at the right place.
All hail Ariana for being the patron saint of gorgeous gowns and dresses. This ‘Dangerous Woman’ singer is basically slaying it always – every time she’s dressed in a designer gown. Known for her iconic fashion choices, Grande has practically redefined the ponytail and magnificent dresses. Her dresses are so glorious and massive that they often take more than a quarter of the screen or the chair she sits in. Think we ’re exaggerating? Find out the best prom dressing tips and style inspiration from Ariana below!
Soft pastels and pleats make for fairy tale gown
Ariana Grande won her first-ever Grammy this year for the Best Pop Vocal Album at the 61st Grammy Awards. Grande who was supposed to wear a custom Zac Posen Gown to her performance at the event, canceled her appearance. The reasons given were that Ari was unhappy over some issues with the awards management team and after a public spat with Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich, she canceled her performance. But the dress that looked straight out of a fairy tale was already made and Ariana decided to model it on her Instagram. Blessed were her 144 million-strong Instagram followers with a series of posts!
The billowing baby-blue gown is clear spreading Cinderella vibes which makes sense given Grande’s fairy tale start to the year. The strapless number had a luxurious sheen and gorgeous volume. Needless to say, Ariana wore her signature high ponytail and for jewelry, she wore Borgioni opal diamond earrings and a custom Butani diamond choker necklace.
Mini Dress and Boots Combo
Need to spice up your prom outfit? The “Thank U, Next” singer’s lavender dress with a ruffled skirt is all you need to see. Ari rocks her trademark dress-and-boots combo here for 2018 Billboard Women music event where she was honored with the Woman of the Year award. This outfit is oozing party vibes on the top, and business on the bottom. Totally appropriate for a boss bitch look.
Layers, lace and frills with classic black
Ariana wore a sizzling black gown while appearing at a BBC television special in 2018. She was interviewed by Davina McCall and performed 13 songs during the hour-long special. The program that aired on November 1st, saw Grande appearing on the stage in a gigantic lace gown that featured a halter neckline. Grande carried off the outfit elegantly while setting the stage on fire. The sexy floor-length dress covered half the stage as she sat down. Grande had her hair pulled back as per her signature style.
Off the shoulder gown with picturesque imagery
Ariana Grande wore a Vera Wang gown at the MET Gala 2018, which was themed as “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination”. Indulging her inner art history nerd, Grande donned a magnificent gown screen-printed with images from Michelangelo’s iconic fresco, The Last Judgement. The dress’s bodice also includes the famous image of Jesus Christ in a prime placement. It was an emotional night for her as it was her first Met Gala and first red carpet appearance since 2017 Manchester terror attack.
Elegant Red Gown with Noodle Straps
Ariana Grande on the 2016 Grammys proved that her red carpet game is strong and one of the best. Ari paired a bright red gown with yet again her classic ponytail for the star-studded event. The gown looked amazing as her sleek hair and minimal accessories let it shine through. The fire engine red dress was a total stunner and is definitely going to the hall of fame for her best looks ever.
Black gown with a ruffled train
Ariana Grande took the stage at the TIME 100 Gala in 2016. The American pop star wore a black gown as she performed at the star-studded gala at Jazz At Lincoln Center. The “No Tears Left To Cry” singer was named one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people. The dramatic black gown featured a fitted bodice, long ruffled train and tiered layers of tulle.