Best and Worst Dressed of the 2017 Latin Grammy Awards

Style -- good and bad -- was in no short supply at the 2017 Latin Grammy Awards!

The red carpet saw its share of sparkles, sequins and sheer fabrics as some of Latin music's biggest stars (and fans) made their appearances.

Two of the most glamorous looks of the night came from TV host Chiqui Delgado, who stole the show in an allover-crystal gown, and Disney Channel actress Sofia Carson, whose feather-covered bodice gave us serious Old Hollywood vibes.

2017 Latin Grammys: Best and Worst Dressed
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2017 Latin Grammys: Best and Worst Dressed
BEST: Is it warm in here?! Chiqui Delgado put all other sequined ladies to shame in this head-to-toe crystal gown. Mixing gold and silver made for a truly show-stopping look.
WORST: Although we love the drama, Debi Nova looked less like a Grammy guest and more like a Grammy statue.
BEST: Cute and bold AF! Ana de Armas' strong-shouldered mini was a definite standout.
WORST: While we like that she opted for conservative on an often skin-centric carpet, Rosalia's satin look just wasn't fit for this decade.
BEST: Silva Conde's glittering wrapped gown showed off her bombshell figure while still maintaining an air of mystery.
BEST: On another red carpet, this over-the-top number may have been a miss -- but the Latin Grammys are "go big or go home," and we love that Maribel Guardia went all out.
WORST: Lele Pons' booty-baring sheer dress crossed that fine line between sexy and "ummm, really?" -- and holding out the skirt so everyone could see her rear end was just too much.
BEST: Are you feeling those '90s vibes? Aleska Castellano's retro look certainly stood out -- in a good way! The slinky red dress and platform heels were an unexpected nod to Latina stars of years past.
BEST: Total mermaid vibes! Majida Issa's look was very '70s, and the unpredictable style mixed things up on the red carpet.
BEST: Sofia Reyes' romantic floor-length gown featured intricate embroidery of a growing tree. Extra points just for mixing things up.
BEST: Jackie Cruz' bubbly bronze mini was definitely a bit off-the-walls, but in a sea of skintight ensembles, we like that she went in a different direction!
BEST: While Camila Cabello's floaty ethereal gown didn't quite mesh with the more sparkly looks populating the red carpet -- it may have been more appropriate for a springtime event -- she still looks so good that we have to give her props.
BEST: Who wouldn't want to rock this gown?! Karla Martinez put a spin on the basic black sequin dress with this carefully-crafted embellished number.
WORST: The dress is fine, but Camila Luna's cape is really throwing us for a loop.
BEST: Lady Janny played it a bit safe in this figure-flattering white gown, but the embellished crystals upped her glam game.
BEST: This dress had some viewers split, but we appreciate that Emeraude Toubia hit the red carpet in an unexpected color! She let the eccentric dress do all the talking by keeping her hair and makeup simple.
BEST: Not everyone could pull off feathers and sheer lace, but Sofia Carson's risk paid off in this odd but majestic number. Kind of gives us Old Hollywood vibes!
WORST: We're not sure what exactly is going on with Blanca Blanco's mixed-media gown.
BEST: Beautiful in blue! Ydelays' cobalt dress looks incredible on her, and that thigh-high slit is the biggest red carpet trend of the season.

A less impressive look came from Vine and Instagram star Lele Pons, who posed in her completely see-through dress by holding out the skirt so all could see her undergarments. (We get it, girl.)

Other fashion fails involved overwhelming metallics, '80s-style satin and even a cape.

Take a look at all the best and worst looks of the 2017 Latin Grammys in the slideshow above!

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