Pink and Daughter Willow Were Too Cute for Words in Their Complementary 2018 Grammys Gowns
Of all the red carpet duos we saw on the red carpet tonight (we’re looking at you, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend/Maren Morris and Ryan Hurst!), one pair outshone all the rest, if only for their too-cute-for-words complementary feather gowns.
Pink and her six-year-old daughter, Willow looked like rock ‘n roll royalty in loud, texturized dresses, with Pink, 38, in strapless, floor-length Armani Privé gown of bright pink, black, and blue feathers which was belted at the waist, making the “What About Us” singer look like a rainbow goddess. The Grammy nominee accessorized with a single teardrop earring in her right ear and a single white rose on her left side (a symbol of support for the #TimesUp movement).
The singer’s mini-me, in contrast, channeled her mama in a statement dress with a wispy, featherlike tulle skirt, which she paired with sparkly sneaks. She also pinned a white rose to her waist in support of the #TimesUp movement.
This isn’t the first time the pair has coordinated their looks on the red carpet: The adorable twosome also took on the CMAs back in November together in matching tiered tulle styles, as well as the VMAs back in August, which saw them twinning in pinstripe pantsuits.
Luckily, if the rocker’s tearjerking MTV VMAs speech — which she dedicated to her daughter — is any indication of their close relationship, we’re bound to see a lot more of these ladies on future carpets together yet.
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