Monday, January 17, 2011

2011 Golden Globe Awards: Best Dressed

First of all, let's talk fashion. We can discuss the actual awards after. Let me start off by saying that every other woman arriving on the red carpet looked like she was headed for a high school prom (Jenna Ushkowitz, Mila Jovovich, Julia Stiles, Kelly Osbourne, Piper Perabo, I'm talking to you). The actresses who weren't going to prom were wearing sleek silhouettes and gorgeous nudes, neutrals, and pretty pinks, and it looked like some of them even let their children dress them (Aw cute? Uh, no). Let's take a look at the 2011 Golden Globes fashion...

Creams, Neutrals, and Nudes...
Carrie Underwood, Julie Bowen, Michelle Williams, and Leighton Meester also looked smashing in their beige ensembles, and Helen Mirren dazzled in her golden gown, but these ladies take the cake for wearing their creams and neutrals best.
Anne Hathaway, Scarlett Johansson, and Sandra Bullock rocked the glitter and neutrals shades
Sarah Hyland, Kaley Cuoco, and Dianna Agron wore elegant designs with both fun textures and classic style.
 Honorable Mentions for Best Gown...
Nicole Kidman looked statuesque in her white column of a dress, and Mila Kunis wore a flattering jewel green gown; I've heard plenty about Angelina Jolie's matronly glittering dress, and Amy Adams' luxurious navy gown was lovely; Edie Falco's red dress was pretty, but not amazing; Kyra Sedgewick wore a flowing goldenrod gown; Glee's Naya Rivera nearly made the list, which would have put three Glee stars on the Honorable Mentions; but I have to say these ladies looked so phenomenal that they make the rest of the crowd of gowns look boring.
Eva Longoria's gown is exquisite, Amber Riley's is so glamorous, and Lea Michelle's pick in both color and design
is yet another hit for the young style icon.
Emma Stone's unexpected sleek and simple dress was very nearly the best dress on the red carpet. There's something about simplicity that's more elegant than all the ruffles in the world. Christina Hendricks provided the red carpet with some of her red bombshell allure; the hair, the silver accessories, the touch of modesty, all combined into a great look. Natalie Portman wore her baby bump with style in enchanting pink and red silk. Catherine Zeta Jones brought the glamour of Scarlett O'Hara, in a dramatic forest green gown that made her stand out in a crowd of slim designs.
 Best Dress...
Glee's Heather Morris wore the best gown of the evening. With a simple updo, and natural makeup, the young actress let her outfit do the talking. The strong silhouette, the creamy color, the simplicity of it make it the best dress of the evening, hands down.

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