News Awards & Events Grammys Best on Record: Grammy's Top 10 Looks of the Decade By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Facebook Instagram Twitter Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on January 26, 2010 @ 03:01PM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Jim Smeal/BEImages Best on Record: Grammy's Top 10 Looks of the Decade 01 of 10 Gwen Stefani in Vivienne Westwood, 2003 KMazur/WireImage Never pandering for street cred or pretending it's the Oscars, Stefani is always spot-on because she trusts her off-kilter blend of luxe and sleek. See the night's top moments and best dressed with live Grammys coverage on InStyle.com starting at 6:45 PM EST on Sunday, January 31st. 02 of 10 Mary J. Blige in Michael Kors, 2007 Gilbert Flores/Celebrity Photo The more her songs radiate joy, empowerment and love, the more awestruck we are by her voice, her look, and her wardrobe. 03 of 10 Taylor Swift in Kaufman Franco, 2009 UPI Photo/Landov Instant fame often ignites wardrobe misfires, but Swift has a sassy-as-her-lyrics knack for looking great without acting like she's all grown-up. 04 of 10 Jennifer Hudson in Roberto Cavalli Sara De Boer/Retna We cheer girls who revel in their curves, showing them off in fiery jersey gowns that sither over those arcs. It gives, but she gets the attention. 05 of 10 Nelly Furtado in Giorgio Armani, 2002 SGranitz/WireImage She's usually adorned in exotica to match her other-worldly voice, but here an ethereal floral let this rare beauty really take flight. 06 of 10 Rihanna in Zac Posen, 2008 Jen Lowery/Startraks She can sing all she wants to about wanting to be a good girl gone bad, but frankly, we like her best when she goes pretty. 07 of 10 Fergie in Calvin Klein Collection, 2008 Goff/INF Photo Simplicity is not a term we usually apply to the princess of the Peas, but draped in strapless moon glow, she looked born to royalty. 08 of 10 Katy Perry in Jenny Packham, 2009 Jason Merritt/Getty Images The kiss-and-sing girl has a thing for pink that sometimes causes rash decisions, but this feathery mini showed her almost blushing with innocence. 09 of 10 Beyonce in Elie Saab, 2006 Chris Carlson/AP Photo The singular if not-so-single girl does love a big gown. In fact, she may have single-leggedly revived the fishtail. This one was quite a catch. 10 of 10 Adele in Barbara Tfank, 2009 Jim Smeal/BEImages No surprise that a woman blessed with such an unmistakable voice would choose a dress both unlike anyone else's and so right for her.