Last night, January 11th, marked the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards, a night that brings together some of the world’s most well-known actors and actresses, honoring the work they’ve done in the last year.
While some winners were shocking (like Meryl Streep not receiving Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture), others were well-deserved (Kevin Spacey’s Best Actor in a TV Series Drama for House of Cards).
But, let’s be real, it wasn’t Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s one-liners that we tuned in for, it was the glorious gowns, couture corsets and floor-length frocks that drew us to our flat-screens.
From metallics to embroidery, winter whites and Emma Stone’s jumpsuit, we were in awe as these leading ladies lead their way down the red carpet.
So, without further ado, here are our nominees for best dressed at this year’s Golden Globes.
While the carpet was red enough, these women showed us how to stand out, not blend in.
However, the most eye-catching collections were those who donned winter whites and spring-time yellows.
Similarly to last year’s award shows, metallics made an appearance on the red carpet, too. From stunning silver to brilliant bronze, these women were gleaming with glittery goodness.
Embellished and Embroidered
The one trend that was evident on the red carpet, however, was not a color this year, but instead embroidery. We couldn’t put these women in any particular categories; their individuality truly stood out with these carefully crafted couture pieces. Again we see metallics, pinks, and winter whites.
Emma Stone and Lorde proved that jumpsuits and pantsuits were still in with their shockingly sophisticated ensembles.
Now that you’ve seen the nominees, who would you award with best dressed at this years 2015 Golden Globes? Comment below with your answers, we’d love to hear your feedback!
Personally, I’m tied between Viola Davis, Kate Hudson, Diane Kruger, Dakota Johnson, and Emma Stone, but I can’t pick out one bad outfit from last night’s awards show. I firmly believe you truly can’t look bad in couture.
These women know how to work it. Let’s see what pieces pop for the next awards show, the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Stay tuned (literally)!
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