Awards season is just beginning and once again, the red carpet is showcasing the best and worst of celeb fashion.
From the ridiculous (and terrible) jokes by the usually funny Ricky Gervais (Has he jumped the shark? Do these reactions to his horribly unfunny monologue show it?), to the myriad amount of capes and cutouts, the Golden Globes were full of some talked about moments. Is Leo gawking at Lady Gaga walking passed him or is that a little shade thrown in there for bumping his arm off his chair? The world may never know. But what we do know is that red carpet was full of some amazing looks, and also, some not so great.
Here are the best and worst looks of the 2016 Golden Globes.
Newcomer to the red carpet, Alicia Vikander, killed it. This patchwork, apron-inspired Louis Vuitton piece is perfect on her. The low sides and slight ruffle detail on the neck showcase her natural beauty look.
I saw this first as she teased it on her Instagram and I was so ready for it to be flawless. And it was. I mean, it’s Dolce & Gabbana so what else would you expect? I’m usually skeptical of all-over sparkle but wow, this is how you do sequin from head-to-toe. She also killed it in her after-party look too.
Lady Gaga is coming into her own with fashion and I absolutely love the path she is taken. She is edgy, and the best way to pair her edgy personality and ways, is to go the opposite direction, like she did her in a velvet, Old Hollywood-inspired off-the-shoulder gown.
Another red carpet newcomer, the Supergirl star did it pretty perfectly. The subtle floral detail and simple heels balance out the very structured shape of the gown. This is how you do young and fun on the carpet.
It really doesn’t feel like a completel Best Dressed list without including Laverne Cox. Straying away from her usual bold colors, this white, high-neck gown is just gorgeous (do you expect anything else?) and I love the Mother of Pearl clutch.
Click through for the Worst Dressed of the 2016 Golden Globes.
Okay, so Sara and I have pretty strong feelings on this, that Heather disagrees with. Personally, I think everything is wrong with this. She looks like one of those popular high school girls that everyone hates going to prom. The matching choker makes me think her tailor cut off an extra piece from the bottom and didn’t know what else to do with it.
Oh, Amy. I had such high hopes for you and you dashed them. There’s just too much of everything here. Too much fabric, too much black, too much foot showing (I don’t mind mullet hems but this looks kind of accidental).
Alright, I’m going against the popular opinion on this one but hear me out. I am so used to trying to guess whether or not J.Lo is wearing underwear when she’s on the red carpet that this felt matronly to me. And the necklace looks like something my great aunt left for me in her box of costume jewelry.
Sometimes, I feel like Rooney Mara got stuck in her Dragon Girl phase and hasn’t been able to come out of it. The bold lip and subtle eye would be great with an edgier dress, but this paper-shredded gown in a color that is so close to her already pale skin tone is doing nothing for her.
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