IT'S HERE! IT'S HERE!
You guys, it's officially awards season - the time of year when all of us wannabe Fashion Police get to exercise our critical muscles and suss out the good, the bad and the ugly looks that strut their way down the red carpet. Last nights Golden Globes was littered with lot of very safe options that didn't excite me at all but a few daring ladies decided to take a risk and step out of the box... and it payed off. Here are a few of my favourites from the evening!
Emma Stone In Lanvin
110% my favourite look of the night. Why? Probably because it was the most unusual / unexpected choice for a Golden Globes red carpet - but I think she totally pulled it off. Emma's Lanvin jumpsuit was, in simplest terms, ridiculously cool. Tailored cigarette style pants paired with a silver embellished bodice and topped off with a bow train to the back - the whole thing just embodies her cool, chic character. She also gets 5 gold stars for keeping accessories to a minimum and letting her hair and makeup tie the look together (yes, I'm looking at you Salma Hayek - Queen of over accessorising).
Julia Goldani Telles In Carmen Marc Valvo
Stunning!! Love the colour, love the cut, love ev-er-y-thing. The 19 year old actress made the right choice in opting for something slightly more edgy than your regular ball gown style dress - a plunging neckline and jewel toned colour stood out in a flood of pretty 'meh' dresses. Again, I give her kudos for not over accessorising - a statement ring and red lip were the perfect combination!
Diane Kruger In Emilia Wickstead
The epitome of old Hollywood glamour! From the figure hugging silhouette topped off with a full train to her retro pin curl waves - it totally blew me away. I mean, come on - the dress pretty much looks like liquid silver, what more could you want.
Jennifer Lopez In Zuhair Murad Couture
Oh J-Lo, you did not disappoint. You can nearly always depend on this lady to bring a bit of sex appeal to the red carpet. This nude beaded gown complete with plunging neckline and thigh high slit has J-Lo's name written all over it. The amazing cape-style train was a great addition to balance the sass with a bit of elegance. Also, those Stuart Weitzman sandals - LOVE!
Matt Bomer In Ralph Lauren Black Label
I had to have a male favourite. I do love a navy suit and the tailoring here is impeccable. Topped off with a silk bow-tie and contrasting black lapel, Matt's was by far my favourite suit of the evening.
Who were your favourites last night?
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