As you probably have heard by now, more than 300 figures in the entertainment industry (including A-listers like Reese Witherspoon, Natalie Portman and Nicole Kidman) have made themselves part of the Time’s Up movement, an initiative that aims to fight sexual harassment, assault and inequality for women in the workplace. The movement has encouraged members in attendance at this year’s Golden Globes to wear black as a statement of unity and power. We still found the Golden Globes 2018 fashion best and worst dressed celebrities.
I know that some might disagree with me on this one, because of the fabric of this dress. But I like the bold red ribbon, the pulled back hair, the earrings, the halter top, and the cape. Mandy Moore always knows what looks good on her.
Yes, she’s still wearing black, but yet, there’s a little color underneath. I don’t particularly like the velvet crescent moon shape going over the top half and the skirt, and would have preferred that she dazzled in the dress without that addition, but I loved Jessica Biel‘s look and thought it was quite refreshing. I’m not sure why I like it so much, it doesn’t even fit her perfectly — but kudos to the Dior brand, who I thought made her look divine.
Those shoes really are everything! Also, the cool factor is way up and Kerry Washington’s face is so pretty.Not everyone can pull off this dress, but she sure can.
Does the word slip dress mean anything to you? Halle Berry has certainly done better.This dress was way too short for starters.
Besides the fact that I hate her hair, Kate Hudson hasn’t been dressing that well for it, lately.
Kendall Jenner sure does try hard (don’t all the Kardashians?). And this black gown is just fluff all around.
Not a fan of either of these looks, especially not Reese Witherspoon‘s ill-fitted gown with an odd chest flap. She’s almost never on this list, but she could have done better. Eva Longoria is pregnant and proud of her bump so we will give her a pass.
– Simona Shemer
Photos: People.com, US Magazine, eOnline
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