It’s only early February but two of the biggest nights of the year have already been and gone. Both the Grammys and the National Television Awards (NTAs) showed us this season’s hottest red carpet trends and we are LOVING them!

These are the trends that stood out the most as we were sat at home flicking through Instagram, wishing we were there…

Work It

For 2018, some of our favourite celebrities have ditched the gowns and suited up. Eve showed up to the Grammys glistening head to toe in sequins and looked absolutely in-credible!


At the NTA’s smooth operator Suranne Jones embraced the velvet look, while Fearne Cotton looked insanely good in metallic bronze. As much as we love our dresses, the sleek and tailored look is most definitely working for us!




Laced Up

Lady Gaga was the first to make her mark at the Grammys in lace, wearing a show-stopping black embellished Armani jumpsuit. Project Runway royalty Heidi Klum also made a statement on the red carpet in a lingerie inspired gothic gown.


At the NTA’s Love Island fave Olivia Attwood opted for a low plunge purple lace number which almost gave the audience more than they bargained for…




It’s Tulle Time!

Although it’s a trend that comes and goes, it’s definitely tulle time in celeb land at the moment!


JN faves Holly Willoughby and Georgia Toffolo both stole the show at the NTA’S in pastel coloured tulle gowns.


Award nominee SZA also made an angelic appearance on the red carpet at the Grammys. She stood out from the crowd in a white sheer gown which featured dramatic layers of tulle on both the sleeves and skirt




The One Shoulder Wonder

Rita Ora turned heads as per usual at the Grammys in a velvet, thigh high split gown. With its one shoulder strap and her dark red lipstick, she literally oozed Hollywood glamour!


Singer and presenter Rochelle Humes also led the way for the one shoulder trend at the NTA’s, showing her a-mazing figure in a lilac mini dress…




So now that we’ve finally finished crushing on all of these looks, we are ready to work these trends into our Spring/Summer wardrobes. If it’s good enough for them, it’s good enough for us right!?