Golden Globes 2016: Best and Worst Dressed8:22 PM
Last night's Golden Globe Awards was filled with amazing fashion! I saw so many beautiful dresses I absolutely adored. Something that got on my nerves, though, was that while I was watching the red carpet on E! was that Giuliana Rancic and Ryan Seacrest basically forgot to ask 90% of the celebrities who they were wearing. I mean we could find out in some other ways, but what's the red carpet for, but for fashion, right?
We saw a lot of yellow dresses like JLo's, America Ferrera's and Lila Kirke's. I thought it was a pretty odd color to wear to a red carpet because I associate it with day time. I think it was amazing that JLo finally wore something different than the usual Zuhair Murad revealing gown. Anyhow, the dress was still the same old shape as always. I think she needs to innovate more in the upcoming red carpet events.
We also saw so many white dresses. I'm not the biggest fan of this trend either, to be honest. I think there's a really thin line between a white gown being elegant and tacky. However, there were a couple beautiful white dresses on the red carpet. For example, Lily James was wearing a beautiful white Marchesa gown, as well as Alicia Vikander in a Louis Vuitton.
My favorite trend of the night were the sequins. Coming up you will probably see that a lot of my best dressed were wearing sequined gowns. I just think that sequins are really hard to wear on a daily basis and when you have the opportunity to go to an event such as a red carpet, you should go all out and what better way to do so than by wearing sequins. Right?
1. Kate Bosworth in Dolce & Gabbana
I don't know how she looks so chill, that dress must weight a thousand pounds. I'm not sure what it was about this dress that made me obsess over it. It probably had to do with this instagram picture I saw in Kate's account. The pink sequins looked so beautiful and the color goes perfectly with her skin tone. She looked so elegant and chic.
2. Zendaya in Marchesa
In the past, I've thought Zendaya's style is all over the place. She does one thing one day and the complete opposite the next. However, she absolutely rocked it last night in this beautiful maroon Marchesa gown. It looks like this design was completely made for her and she's so owning it. We saw a lot of Marchesa last night on the carpet, but this one dress was the one that wasn't made out of tulle and the only one, I think, that was in a bright color. Hence, it was my favorite.
3. Jenna Dewan in Zuhair Murad
Like you probably have notitced, Zuhair Murad is not one of my favorite designers, but this dress is out of this world. It's not the usual Zuhair where you can see lots of skin and that's almost skin colored. I love the color, the details, the neckline. It's beautiful and it looked great on Jenna. Also kudos to the styling. The makeup is perfect.
4. Lily James in Marchesa
I think this dress was a vision. The tulle was beautifully made into this gown and the white was not cheesy or tacky. I loved the neckline and the overall styling as well.
4. Rosie Huntington in Atelier Versace
Like I said before: sequins on the red carpet are most of the time a total win. This champagne colored gown looked beautiful on her. Perfect for the occassion because it's 100% elegant and chic.
5. Kate Hudson in Michael Kors
'Kay, I'll give it to her: her abs are amazing, but that dress is just not doing it for me. That cutout in the mid-section it's a total no no for me on the red carpet. Also, the necklace that's made out of the same fabric as the dress, it's taking it a little bit way too far. Don't you think?
4. Eva Longoria in George Hobeika
The first thing that made me dislike about this dress was that it's way too day time for the occassion. Secondly, the top and the bottom look to me like they're two different dresses. I don't think that bow in the top goes with the flowers in the bottom. Third, the belt was not necessary at all, in my opinion and it kinda looks like a pretzel. And finally, I have to admit I hate white pumps. I just don't like the sight of them.
3. Jane Fonda in Yves Saint Laurent
Those ruffles though. It reminded me of a cupcake's frosting. Those ruffles made the look seem too busy and it took it over the top. Too much going on over there.
2. Maggie Gyllenhaal in Marc Jacobs
So she basically looks like she threw on some very old fashioned curtains. I don't like the shape, I don't like the colors, I don't like the pattern and I hate the flower on the shoulder. It gives me a morbid vibe and I think it even came across as tacky.
1. Regina King in Krikor Jabotian
Yeah, so I don't have many words to describe my feelings towards this gown. There's so much going on in it. It mixed silver and gold, it has a white cape, the shoes are kind of sand colored, the shape is not flattering at all... What was she thinking?
What were your favorite moments of last night's awards? Do you agree with my best and worst dressed? Who were yours? Would you add someone to the list?
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