14 Jan 2014

Golden Globes 2014 | Red Carpet Trends

Every awards season, stars hit the red carpet in hopes of bringing something original to the game... but of course, great minds think alike and Sunday's Golden Globes were no exception to this.

The red carpet produced a crazy amount of trends among celebs when it came to both fashion and beauty.
From statement earrings and plunging necklines to sleek, straight hairstyles and the colour red, here are a few of the dominant trends from this years Golden Globes.


One of the stand out trends of the evening was the colour red. However, the stars far from blended in with the carpet... even if it was in a bad way. The trend even went as far as transferring over to a bold crimson lip sported by everyone from Taylor Swift to Zooey Deschanel.

Statement Earrings

Some of the best bling of the night came in the form of statement earrings, a trend that is huge for this season thanks to the launch of Christian Dior's Mise en Dior collection. Thankfully, they were all paired with glam up-do's (or pixie-cuts in J-Law's case) so we could get a good look.

Hi-Low Hems

Two of my favourite looks of the evening consisted of a hi-low hemline. I have to admit, when transferred over to the high-street in terms of maxi-skirts this isn't one of my favourite trends, but there was just something so elegant about Michelle Dockery and Caitlin FitzGerald's dresses. 

Plunging Necklines

Plunging neckline's were on the cards for many of the stars at Sunday's awards. A deep-v is always a sexy choice and certainly a way to make a statement.

Gold hues 

Whilst red was the colour of choice on the red carpet, there were plenty of celebs sporting gorgeous nude/champagne dresses. Zooey Deschanel stunned in an Oscar de la Renta crop top and tulle skirt - one of my favourites of the evening!

Sleek Strands

Gone are the days of bouncy waves on the red carpet. The stars have been converted to super sleek strands and this was one of the major trends from Sunday's Golden Globes. The more I see Kaley Cuoco's look, the more obsessed I get with it!

Revealing Backs

Sexy and interesting backs seemed to play a huge role on the red carpet. However, it was Emma Watson who dominated in Christian Dior Couture - a polarising look but it certainly makes a statement!

What was your favourite trend from this years Globes?

XO, G.

Photo credits: E! Online



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