The best movies & tv shows have been awarded, but who stole the show on the red carpet?
There is no way that Zendaya and Cate Balanchett could not made it to the best dressed list: you can bet your money on that.
The young fashionista debuted at the Globes wearing a romantic burgundy Marchesa gown; Carol‘s actress played the couture card instead, opting for an exquisite Givenchy design.
Jennifer Lawrence finally got it right in Dior, while JLo refuses revealing outfits to wear one of the most beautiful Valli dresses I have ever seen.
Ok I do not know what happened, but I love it: keep it up girls!
And here is why: Taraji’s dress and styling looked too simple, no wow factor; Jane Fonda’s choice seemed too heavy, while Laverne’s hairstyle felt a bit too classic.
However these three ladies got my permission to the best dressed list, as their class and personalities on the red carpet managed to cancel all my doubts.
An alluring monochromatic compromise between elegance and sensuality: WOW!
Good choices, just not memorable.
However I have to admit that I loved the bold colors of Amy Adams– and Jada Smith‘s Versasce gowns. Moving to Heidi Klum, well she looked nice, but among all the beautiful Marchesa designs we saw last night, this was not a show-stopper.
Featured in the “Ok” category also Olivia Palermo, who actually looked amazing, but that dress was more suitable for the after party.
Jamie Alexander‘s daring gown and Eva Longoria‘s romatic choice proved to be worthy of the red carpet, but their hairstyle prevented me from fully love their looks.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is a natural stunner, but this time her beauty saved the dress: I truly expect more from her.
Complicated? Yes, but it would have looked far better.
Actually the dresses were fine, but: