The memorable mavens of the 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards

Sunday nights are made for cozying up on the couch, snuggling up with sweet and sour Chinese takeout, and glaring with eyes glazed over at the TV, but this Sunday called for a change of channel, as the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards aired Sunday, January 25th.

SAG-Awards-2015-Date-Time-Venue-LocationUnlike the Oscars or the Emmys, the SAG Awards are the one of the most laid-back award shows, compared to the otherwise sophisticated and often stiff red carpets; it’s fun, it’s lively, and most of all, the attendees are more than willing to take fashion risks.

Below we have a list of some of the most memorable ensembles from Sunday night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Jennifer Aniston has been known to stick to neutral colors, black, nude, white, and everything in between, but for the 21st Annual SAG Awards, Aniston glowed in a gold and olive form-fitting gown. Her vintage John Galliano piece showed off her curves, especially with her cleavage-gracing necklace, drawing well-deserved attention to her youthfully glowing figure. While she donned simple accessories, an embroidered gown, and relaxed hair, there’s no debate that her busom was the most adored accent.


It’s no question that emerald is still a prominent hue so when Julianne Moore strolled onto the SAG Awards red carpet, our love for the forest tint only grew more. Moore balanced her Givenchy Haute Couture gown with sophisticated pendant earrings and beach-styled hair. The intricate beading makes it couture, but the relaxed hair makes it carefree; the contrast here makes this look fresh and appealing.


Uzo Aduba looked angelic in her bright yellow detailed dress by designer Angel Sanchez. Like many other stars, Aduba had a clean approach to her accessories, adorned with a single diamond bangle and earrings to match. With a dress as eye-catching and form flattering as this one, why take the attention elsewhere, anyway?


Felicity Jones shadowed a classic film star in her pale-pink Balenciaga gown. The design of the gown gave it a timeless shape while accentuating her petite figure. With a slicked up-do and diamond earrings, Jones was both elegant and classically feminine.


Keira Knightley was perfectly plum in her Erdem gown, which fell flawlessly over her blossoming baby-bump. The lace and sheer neckline of the dress complimented her naturally waved locks, and her the layering of the fabric enhanced her developing frame. Add the diamond encrusted ear cuff and Keira makes for the coolest mom-to-be ever.


Ivory showed to be iconic by Reese Witherspoon and Viola Davis as they both donned the pearly color.


Davis in her Max Mara haltered dress showcased her toned physique as its tailored shape slung sexily. Her natural hair added a laid-back contrast to this chic gown.


Witherspoon’s one-shoulder piece by Giorgio Armani streamlined her shape smoothly. Her simple jewels and a sparkly neckline made Reese glow on the red carpet.

Has Emma Stone ever disappointed? From her fun stunts with the paparazzi to her America’s-sweetheart personality, she can do no wrong. While Stone has been prone to take fashion risks on the red carpets, her Dior ensemble last night was refreshingly original. Stone’s outfit consisted of a sheer dress below an oversized tuxedo jacket, just long enough to cover what the sheer simply couldn’t. Accompanied by matching red lips and nails, Stone looked sophisticated and sleek.


If there’s anyone that can reinforce a fashion trend, it’s Hollywood royalty Julia Roberts. With her noir Givenchy pant suit and 100-watt smile Roberts proved she could dominate any ball gown with her ballsy blazer and matching pants. While the pants could have been more tailored towards the ankle, her mesmerizing grin distracted us from any fashion fails.


Now that you’ve seen our most favored pieces for the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards, let us know who you favored most at the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards by commenting below.

-Alex Cooper