The 74th Golden Globe Awards saw a slew of hit-and-misses on the red carpet. Pink, this season’s key colour, was seen on several stars along with the surprise colour of the night – yellow. Here are 5 of the best looks, and 5 of the worst.
Emily Ratajkowski stood out from the crowd with her cool new hair cut and clad in a jaw-dropping slinky Reem Acra dress that revealed plenty of cleavage and shapely, tanned legs. The bedazzled strip in the front and the bejeweled back piece is just too fabulous.
There was a mixed response to this, but we thought she looked amazing in what could be the ultimate maternity dress. Natalie Portman channeled her movie character Jackie Kennedy in in a yellow Prada dress with minimal embellishments and Tiffany & Co Jewels.
Golden Globe winner Emma Stone looked every inch the stellar movie goddess in a star-embellished Valentino gown.
Rachel Evan Wood
If you’re tired of seeing gowns on the red carpet, Rachel Evan Wood in a custom Altuzarra tuxedo was a refreshing sight. She was all polished perfection with a sleek hairstyle to match.
Blake Lively was all glamour and curves in a black Atelier Versace gown with gold sequined detailing and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.
Anna Chlumsky’s emerald number meade her look like she was suffocating. Perhaps something with a bodice that fit better and a split was what this dress needed.
Ever heard of the term “less is more”? Well, Carrie Underwood’s dress could definitely use less ruffles as it made her look like a walking rose garden.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Not sure what Sarah Jessica Parker was thinking, but the normally stylish star did not look good in this Vera Wang gown. Maybe if she detached the droopy sleeves, it would have looked better. Props to the Princess Leia hair, though.
Sophie Turner’s Louis Vuitton dress has left a lot of folks wondering: Is that a slit? A sheer panel? Shoulder pads? A duct tape belt? Seriously, why are there shoulder pads in 2017?
Nicole Kidman is another one whose dress suffers from sleeves that should not have been there. Actually, what were they? Sleeves? Gloves?