It's awards season and you know what that means- runway looks on red carpet stars! The annual 2016 Golden Globes was on last night and as usual our faves graced the red carpet dripping in shimmering diamonds, sequins, and jewels. Sleek physiques were on display along with thigh high slits and plenty of decolletage. We also saw plenty of trains, capes, and dramatic collars and necklines too. It was tough, but my top five best dressed are below...
Olivia Wilde looked AMAZING in this blood red sequin halter gown! This silhouette is giving off all sorts of red hot heat and I applaud her for wearing this simple but sexy number!
Jennifer Lopes surprised me by covering up and still gave a LOOK in this gorgeous marigold Giambattista Valli cape and gown! She was all old Hollywood on top and modern sex symbol on bottom. Work JLO!
I know some people hated her look, but I ADORED Cate Blanchet's flapper inspired Givenchy gown! The pale pink tassel looked like it moved with her when she walked and the open back gave you something else to look at as she was leaving!
Many can't do it, but Zendaya is cool enough to pull off this tiered burgundy lace Marchesa gown with a plunging neckline. It looks like she has lots of fun on the red carpet...
I loved Kirsten's elegant gothic Valentino gown! She gave off the most stylish Morticia Adams vibe- dark, sexy- maybe even dangerous! Many hated the plunging neckline, but I loved everything about this dress.
There you have it! My top five for the 2016 Golden Globes... You can see more photos here.. Stars play it safe year after year and if you pay any attention to the runway shows and know which stars are under contract with what fashion house, the red carpets can get kind of boring and predictable. I love it when new comers or lesser known stars aren't afraid to take risk like some of my honorable mentions:
Do you agree or disagree with my choices? Leave your comments below!
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