2013 Golden Globe Awards: Our Picks for the Best & Worst Looks of the Night!
Posted Monday January 14, 2013 10:56 AM GMT
The 70th Golden Globe Awards brought out some seriously stylish A-listers.
Sadly, we can’t sing sartorial praises for everyone. A handful of overly-dramatic dresses made their way onto the red carpet, landing themselves in our worst dressed category.
Read on for looks we loved, as well as those we’d like to forget.
Megan Fox: Talk about post-preggers perfection! The new mom and mega-bombshell strutted the Beverly Hilton Hotel media line in a form-fitting frock that quickly cemented her in the spotlight. Dressed in a nude-toned Dolce & Gabbana number, Jimmy Choo heels, eye-catching Lorraine Schwartz jewels, and complimentary Salvatore Ferragamo clutch ... we simply couldn't take our eyes off her.
Anne Hathaway: It's no secret she's had a banner year, and the pixie-coiffed newlywed continued her killer streak in a vintage white Chanel gown, encrusted in glittering crystals. Can we say, "love?"
Jessica Alba: She's always one of our award show favorites, and last night, this multi-talented star did not disappoint. Alba displayed her flawless bod in a saucy salmon-hued option from Oscar de la Renta that totally had us smitten.
Jennifer Lopez: Never one to shy away from attention, J.Lo put it all on display in a lace Zuhair Murad with flesh-hued fabric. Now that's how you nab a man 20 years your junior.
Amy Adams: The best supporting actress nominee posed for the shutterbugs, in an ultra-feminine strapless Marchesa option that showed off her enviable frame. She's already a winner if you ask us.
Kerry Washington: The actress, whose flick “Django Unchained” was nominated for best picture, turned up in a stunning blush-toned Miu Miu dress. The sheer detailing and feather-like embroidery had us swooning.
Kate Hudson: Our favorite blonde bombshell was a total knockout on the red carpet with her long-sleeved Alexander McQueen number. Hudson dared to bare a little skin, with a plunging neckline that made her … ahem … girls the center of attention.
Lucy Liu: "Overwhelming" is the best word to describe the 44-year-old’s Carolina Herrera creation. We’re big fans of floral patterns; however, we are not particularly fond of ballroom-like dresses boasting the print all over. It’s just too much.
Julianne Hough: We loved the gold-embroidered top of the blonde beauty’s Monique Lhuillier gown … but that’s it. The bottom of her designer frock was a complete disaster. We would have preferred to see a slim-fitting number on the spunky starlet.
Jessica Chastain: This award winner needs a new tailor — stat! The halter top of her Calvin Klein dress was extremely loose and completely unflattering. While it stayed in place during the red carpet, the plunge-cut halter went dangerously astray later in the night. The sea-foam green hue was another style strike against the actress, as it did absolutely nothing for her … or us.
Halle Berry: Celebs who wear prints to high-profile red carpets are taking a huge risk, and Berry fell flat with this Versace look. The busy pattern, side cut-outs and thigh-high slit didn’t help the design at all. Someone should remind this superstar that less is more.
Lena Dunham: Somewhere out there, a mother-of-the-bride is missing her dress, and we believe Dunham snatched it. The heavy material of this eggplant colored frock did not do anything for her frame but weigh it down. She looked awkward and frumpy, not confident or lively as her personality suggests!
Eva Longoria: Has this brunette beauty forgotten the golden rule about fashion proportions? You either go for the plunging neckline or the sky-high slit — not both! We think her custom-made Emilio Pucci gown left her looking over-exposed.
By Jessica Bruno & Nicole James