WordPress is overflowing with Golden Globe recaps so I figured I’d add to the mix. The Golden Globes is my favorite awards ceremony to watch. I love television just as much as I love movies and the Golden Globes packs it all into one show. The dresses are fantastic, the categories great and nothing beats staring at Ben Affleck in tux. On that note, I present to you my top 6 dresses of the Golden Globes.
Honorary mentions go to Adele, Nicole Kidman and Marion Cotillard.
Michelle Dockery in Alexander Vauthier: Maybe I’m biased because Downton Abbey is my favorite show, but this was HANDS DOWN my favorite dress of the night. I love a good winter white, and the gold collar takes it to the next level. Michelle was wearing Deborah Lippmann’s Nefertiti on her nails, which is one of my personal favorites. It also helps that she’s drop dead gorgeous 😉
Kate Hudson in Alexander McQueen: More gold details! Kate’s ensemble was perfect. Her hair looked flawless and the long sleeves were very flattering. I loved this dress because it was so different from every other dress on the red carpet (a much needed change from the usual strapless/mermaid combination).
Emily Blunt in Michael Kors: A little part of me wanted to include this just so I could admire John Kransiski…. but cute men aside, the dress was killer. Emily Blunt is usually one of my red carpet favorites, and she did not let me down. Also, take a moment to admire those killer earrings.
Julianne Moore in Tom Ford: It is only appropriate that my favorite actress owned the red carpet in my favorite designer. I could go on for days about Tom Ford. His designs are simple and sophisticated but still manage to outshine every sparkly dress out there (ps did you see the back? perfection). All I can say is that when I get older, I want Julianne’s skin and hair. That’s all.
Jennifer Garner in Vivienne Westwood: To be honest, I am not a huge fan of strapless dresses. I am always drawn to something with a bit of a sleeve, but this proved me wrong. Red was a great color on Jen and the gold jewelry complemented it perfectly.
Katharine McPhee in Theyskens Theory: I thought this dress was contemporary and just the right amount of edge for the Globes. The shoes went perfectly. I also liked that she had her hair up, which let all of the attention go to the killer neckline.
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