Monday, January 17, 2011

My Favorite Golden Globes Dresses

I spent last sunday night listening to the Golden Globes just as some of you have done. I was a little bit disappointed by the fashion choices some actresses made (some dresses were just... ordinary) and by the hairstyles (none of them impressed me, except Megan Fox and January Jones's retro hairdos). Despite this, I enjoyed the show and Ricky Gervais's sense of humour even if it chocked some viewers, journalists and celebrities. I heard he got fired and that his future projects will be banned by the Golden Globes. I think it's just UNFAIR. What do you think?

Here are my favorite dresses.

Natalie Portman, in Viktor & Rolf. I like the rose detail.

Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace. Emerald green is definitely a good choice and Brad Pitt is the best accessory you can ever have.

Anne Hathaway in Armani Privé. I like the jewel tone and the puff sleeves. And Copper is even better than the omnipresent nude color (it's has more "punch").

Julianne Moore in Lanvin. I'm happy some dares with a hot pink gown and I just love Lanvin. The golden accessories are a good match. A+ for Julianne!

January Jones in Versace. I've always been a big fan of grecian dresses.

Mila Kunis in Vera Wang. Another pretty one-shoulder emerald green dress with an amazing drapé.

Scarlett Johansson in Elie Saab. There is an amazing work of embroidery one this dress. The cape sleeves are just perfect. A+ for the dress but a Scarlett deserves a big 0 for the hairdo (sorry, I just hate it, her stylist could have done better).

Lea Michele in Oscar de la Renta. I love the mermaid dress style, with the ruffles, and the color is super cute. Definitely one of my favorites of the night. A+ again!

Megan Fox in Armani Privé. I love the soft pink color, the bandage top and the asymmetrical Swarovski strap. And her glitter heel shoes are just perfect with the dress.

Olivia Wilde in Marchesa. Marchesa is always a good choice for the red carpet. This strapless sequin dark chocolate ball gown makes not exception. Olivia deserves a special note for the Christian Louboutin shoes (that we will probably see one day on Lady Gaga or Rihanna).

Carrie Underwood in Badgley Mischka. A strapless sequin nude dress with a train was an easy choice, but it simply looks good on Carrie and it's impossible for me not to like it.

Jennifer Lopez in Zuhair Murad. I like the idea of a veil with glitter embroidery on the shoulders.

What was your favorite dress?

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1 comment:

  1. I am definitely loveing one-shoulder dresses these days! So sexy without revealing too much.

    I think Mila Kunis is soo beautiful!



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