Red Carpet Style: Golden Globes
For those of you who weren’t alive last night, or had better things to do than sit in front of the tv for four hours, the 67th Golden Globes ceremony took place last night.
There were some great looks on the red carpet, but I think we all could have done with a little more coverage of Chase Crawford’s stunning outfit self (am I right, ladies?). I also loved Drew Barrymore’s gown, but her acceptance speech was a little, well, crazy. And then there was good ‘ole T-Bone Streep–I love her in everything, and was so happy she won (but not surprised). Here are some of the looks I absolutely loved on the red carpet last night, and a few I could have done without. Without further ado:
I thought Sandra Bullock looked stunning in the Bottega Veneta gown. A lot of people are complaining that it’s not serious enough or too safe, but I think it was a great pick for her. This dress needed a red carpet moment and I think she gave it a great one. The color is gorgeous and I loved loved loved the sheer panel in the back.
Emily Blunt looked fantastic in her Dolce & Gabbana chiffon gown. The color is a great complement to her glowing skin and dark hair. Mr. Krasinski looked equally amazing in a navy tux.
I have a big fat girl crush on Lea Michelle. I think she looks great in all the feminine looks that she’s been donning for events lately. I love that she was bold enough to go for such a full skirt. This Oscar de la Renta was a perfect choice.
I’m Just Not That Into It
Mariah Carey took the whole “Golden Globes” thing too seriously. She has an uncanny ability to turn beautiful gowns into tacky atrocities. Her unfortunate choice, which would look lovely on a less curvy starlet, was a form-fitting Herve Leger.
While I think the off-the shoulder neckline looks great on Ms. Moore, I expected more. With Tom Ford escorting her down the red carpet, my expectations for her gown were above and beyond the average red carpet fare. She wore a satin Balenciaga gown.
What do you think? What was your favorite red carpet look? Were you also wondering why Neil Patrick Harris didn’t win? Whose acceptance speech was your fave (I loved Robert Downey Jr)? I’d love to hear from you.