Monday, 12 January 2015

Fashion: Golden Globes 2015 Best Dressed

It was the Golden Globes in America last night, Awards Season has finally begun! I love when a red carpet is so on point, 2015 saw everybody go up a gear in the style stakes.
For this kind of event a top 12 simply will not do! 
Here are 16 from the night who totally blew me away:


*Amy Adams rarely fails to make the best dressed list at these red carpet events. She was gorgeous in a icy blue Versace gown with some gorgeous drapery and an asymmetric neckline. I love blue, of all shades, on red heads and this colour suited those pale peepers and auburn waves beautifully.
*Naomi Watts wore a simple yet stunning canary yellow Gucci gown, showing blondes everywhere hoe to work the tricky colour. She kept styling simple with a box clutch and a phenomenal Bvlgari snake necklace taking centre stage. 
*WOW. Kate Hudson was, as always, breath-taking in a white Atelier Versace dress with a deep v and glitter detailed cut-out sides. Her sleek hair and simple, sparkling make up was perfect to let this show-stopping dress do all the talking.
*This is without a doubt my favourite look from Julianne Moore, ever. Another redhead in a blue shade, she wore a ombre sequin covered Givenchy Couture number with a feathered bottom that I adore. Her dark make up made the brown eyes pop and look radiant on her porcelain skin. Stunning.


*Newcomer Gina Rodriguez looked beautiful in a black Badgley Mischka gown, I love the detail on the hem it brings something else to the dress, adds some personality. Side swept waves and drop earrings finished off hot red carpet look
*Anna Kendrick looked like a pretty little china doll in a gorgeous Monique Lhuillier gown, surely an ultimate princess moment for the actress? From the deep v and the embellished red detailing to the slicked back hair and Fred Leighton jewels it was a beautiful outing from the actress.
*Ever the quirk, Kate Mara wore trademark Miu Miu, the red dress with frills paired with a tan belt is so Miu Miu, screaming 70's cool. Kate totally rocks it from head to toe, shame her dress got wet.
*I haven't seen Katherine Heigl on the red carpet in a while, but she was on form in a navy blue Zac Posen dress that clung to all the right places and showed of her hourglass figure wonderfully. 


*Another redhead working the red carpet, one of my ultimate favourites Jessica Chastain shimmered in a black and bronze two tone Atelier Versace. This isn't dissimilar to her Golden Globe dress from last year but the colour, stance and styling is completely different. She never continues to up her fashion game a little bit more at every appearance.
*Emma Stone wore one of her go to designers, Lanvin. I was hoping she would wear a gown but this sparkling ensemble is too pretty to be annoyed with. I love the clash of femininity in the embellished body and the androgynous lower tailoring. 
*Dakota Johnson totally wowed me in this glitzy Chanel dress with that much-loved side split. I am a little on the fence with her hair as I feel it's a little too laid back but the dress is so stunning I can probably look past that.
*Something about this dress just made me say YES. Uzo Aduba wore an all over sparkling Randi Rahm gown, I love the combination of all the colours and she has managed to find a colour to match her lips with the red from the dress perfectly. 


*Jennifer Lopez pulled out all the stops as she attended the Golden Globes. She wore an undeniably sexy dress from Zuhair Murad Couture paired with a great deal of skin on show, smokey eyes, big hair and glittering accessories. It was over the top, it was -va-va-voom it was all very J.LO.
*Jenna Dewan Tatum brought spring to the red carpet in this delightful lemon Carolina Herrera gown, looked radiant against her dark hair and golden skin, loved the gold clutch too.
*Reese Witherspoon wore a simple yet chic silver Calvin Klein gown, I did think this is a little safe from Reese but it looks gorgeous nonetheless, red carpet 101.
*Zosia Mamet was certainly a turn out for the books, I feel she often falls flat but I love this sweet mixture of lilac and pink on the Andrew Gn number, I'm loving her grey hair too at the moment. 

Best dressed for me goes to Julianne Moore. It's not just because I was pleasantly surprised either, everything about this works well the beauty and styling are on point. Closely followed by Jessica Chastain and Amy Adams. Well done red heads!


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