Red Carpet Rewind: The Best & Worst Looks from the 19th Annual SAG Awards
Posted Monday January 28, 2013 10:40 PM GMT
The 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards took place last night (January 27), and the event was full of wins — and unfortunately some losses — for starlets on the big screen, small screen, and of course, the red carpet.
Celebs like Sarah Hyland and Jessica Chastain were absolute bombshells in their show-stopping gowns, while other A-list ladies just … well … bombed where fashion is concerned.
Read on to see our complete list of the best and worst dressed stars from the SAG Awards.
Amanda Seyfried: Caution ... curves ahead! The "Les Miserables" actress was a knockout in a body-hugging, blue Zac Posen fishtail dress. Seyfried polished off her Old Hollywood ensemble with equally-fabulous hair. Loose waves and an extreme side part completed the timeless look.
Naomi Watts: The actress, one of the evening's top nominees, stunned in a glittering strapless Marchesa. In addition to her man-candy Liev Schreiber, Watts accessorized with a pair of Christian Louboutin heels, a Salvatore Ferragamo clutch and the perfect red wine lip.
Maria Menounos: She’s the TV hostess with the mostest, and tonight the small screen personality made a big impact on the red carpet. Menounos opted form a floor-length floral number, boasting a plunging back that left a lasting impression on us all!
Jessica Chastain: Talk about red hot! The SAG award nominee was on fire in a satin Alexander McQueen frock that showed off her fabulous frame. As if that wasn't enough, Chastain had us drooling with her sparkling Water by Harry Winston Collection jewels.
Jennifer Garner: All that glitters is gold when it comes to this brunette beauty. Mrs. Ben Affleck shined in a lace and sequin gown from Oscar de la Renta. The actress added extra oomph to her outfit with David Webb jewelry and Brian Atwood slingbacks.
Sarah Hyland: The lovely “Modern Family” actress opted for a purple Dolce & Gabbana gown that featured intricate lace detailing. Hyland accessorized with Brain Atwood heels, Lorraine Schwartz jewels and a bag by Judith Leiber.
Sigourney Weaver: The “Political Animals” nominee made quite the statement on the red carpet … not the good kind though. Her black satin gown lacked shape and left her looking boxy and awkward.
Anne Hathaway: The 30-year-old actress’ Giambattista Valli couture dress was a little too much for our liking. Instead of flattering the award-winner’s bod, the excess of tulle overpowered her svelte frame. We would have loved to see her in something structured and bold!
Julianne Moore: The “Game Change” actress needed a little extra support (if you know what we mean) with her Chanel number. The dress, which comes from the label’s Fall/Winter 2011/12 Haute Couture Collection, boasted a dangerously low neckline — one that didn’t flatter Moore’s “girls” very much at all.
Rose Byrne: While the pastel color palette was a nice change from the popular red and black trends we’d seen all night, the ruffles on this floral-printed Valentino dress ruined the look. However, we did love her Old Hollywood waves and bold pink lip.
January Jones: We’re not sure if it’s Jones’ Prabal Gurung gown, or the pompadour-style hair she wore down the red carpet, but something about her look was all wrong. The high neckline on the dress combined with her extreme ‘do was just all too much.
By Jessica Bruno and Nicole James