Solange's 2017 Grammys Dress Was Gold, Gorgeous, & Structured
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If I was given a free pass to raid anyone's closet, I'd call up Solange and tell her I'm coming over. There's no denying Solange always has the best outfits around, whether she's strolling on the red carpet or simply strolling down the street. Whatever she wears, she always looks chic — and I kind of want to steal her look.

And who wouldn't? If you want some serious style inspo, go ahead and check out her street style. The singer and model is always caught out and about in quirky dresses, colorful shoes, and cool jackets. Her go-to look is a throwback to decades gone by (the 70s, the 80s), while still remaining modern.

This is, of course, true for her red carpet style as well. At last year's Met Gala, for instance, the singer took it all up a few notches in the most amazing bright yellow dress by David LaPort. It looked like a series of fans, and it was great. Her dress for the 2013 Grammys was stunning, too. She rolled up in a green couture gown by Ralph & Russo and made everyone green with envy. (Ha.)

So, for her first Grammy nomination (yes, the other Knowles sister is finally being recognized), I knew she'd turn it out once again. The singer rocked the shiniest of gold gowns, mismatched earrings, and some seriously cool hair.

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She's a big fan of fans.

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This gown is so similar to her 2016 Met Gala look.

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And yes, I'd steal this from her wardrobe.

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Although only Solange could look this good.

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A-mazing.

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Later on in the night, Solange presented in a gorgeous flowing dress.

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The singer really can do no wrong.