I’m not certain the 76th annual Golden Globes stood out in comparison to previous awards shows. Sure, I don’t really care whether Chrissy Metz called Alison Brie a b*tch or not, but the 2019 Golden Globes fashion certainly didn’t disappoint.
And I mean the good and the bad fashion.
2019 Golden Globes Fashion
Sure, there were the A-list standouts like Nicole Kidman in her column Michael Kors and Emma Stone in her intricate Louis Vuitton. But there were also the celebrities that pushed the envelope in brightly colored getups (Heidi Klum, Lucy Liu) and gowns that didn’t look right or didn’t fit properly (Jessica Chastain, Judith Light.)
I definitely wasn’t a fan of the sudden dressy pants trend, although I have nothing against wearing a good dressy pant to an awards show. (From Julia Roberts, I expected better!) But let’s get to the good fashion first.
The Best Dressed
There’s no way Catherine Zeta-Jones wouldn’t stand out, but check out this gorgeous color on her.
People magazine reported it took the Louis Vuitton team more than 800 hours to create Emma Stone’s gown, covered in 63,000 twisted glass tubes over 49 feet of pink fabric.
I’m not completely in love with Emily Blunt’s dress, but she’s had such a standout year, how could I not include her on this list? And she has a stellar look to match.
Another actress having a great year on the screen – the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. And she won big too!
She may not be an A-lister YET, but she’s the talk of Twitter right now and has single handedly posed with just about every celeb that matters right now, without them knowing! OK, not exactly. But the Fiji girl who photo bombed celebs like Judy Greer on the red carpet has officially had her 15 minutes of fame and worked her way into our Best Dressed list.
UPDATE: Just found out her real name is Kelleth. Maybe those 15 minutes are over.
GG Got The Blues
I’m obviously a fan of Lady Gaga’s gorgeous Valentino look. Gina Rodriguez and Alison Brie not so much. But the sky blue trend seemingly came out of nowhere and stood out on the red carpet.
Black and White
The black and white trend is a standard on the red carpet, but the celebs that wore it to the Golden Globes effectively added something new to it.
I love the addition of the gold cap.
I love this romantic, whimsical number that I would never imagine Rachel Weisz wearing, but she wears it well.
Sadly, this is a rather long list. And while some of them are not so bad (ie Julia Roberts,) some of them should not have been allowed to enter. (Heidi Klum tried something different from what we’ve seen from her in the past and it backfired.)
– Simona Shemer
You may like to read more Celebrity Style post form Simona like Predictions For The Most Stylish Celebrities of 2019 and 4 Unique Celebrity Style Dresses You’ll Actually Want To Wear.
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