A round-up of our favourite styles spotted at the red carpet of the 2017 Golden Globes
When our worldly stars come out to shine, you’re guaranteed to spot a pattern- just like you would when you star gaze and spot a constellation or two. In the sartorial world, they call it trend spotting. From glittery sequined to bright yellow gowns and white tuxes, this year’s red carpet was nothing short of a treat. Follow along as we spot some mini clusters that could possibly set some trends this year and take you through the best dressed list of the 2017 Golden Globes.
Home-girl Priyanka Chopra literally took the gold in her stunning Ralph Lauren gown. The look — a gown with a plunging neckline, oxblood lips and infinite sparkles ticked all the right boxes and made a dazzling statement. We’re also crushing on Ruth Negga’s sci-fi meets disco diva Louis Vuitton dress that was high-voltage chic done right. Sarah Paulson channeled the ’80s in a beautiful embellished Marc Jacob’s dress, complete with shoulder pads (take note ladies).
Reese Witherspoon took the lead and brought along some cheery sunshine to the red carpet in her beautiful yellow Versace gown. The silhouette and look were both classic and fail proof, well played Reese. Merging together real and reel life, Natalie Portman payed homage to Jackie O in an embellished Prada dress that we’re sure would have received a nod of approval from the First Lady. Emily Ratajkowski brought sexy to the red carpet in her slinky Reem Acra gown. Enough said!
While florals might not be groundbreaking, this season’s offerings move away from bold big prints to sparkly blossoms spread across delicate pink hues. Also, you know it’s a trend when at least three starlets usher in the look. While Connie Britton and Lola Kirke’s gowns were tastefully simple, it was Guilana Rancic’s Zakhem gown that took our fancy. Your pick?
Thigh-high slits, plunging necklines, worthy cutouts and a whole lot of style in white! There’s no debate about it— LBDs took a backseat while white gowns were the order of the night. We can’t decide whether we’d put Sienna Miller first on the winning podium or Gillian Anderson in her dreamy gown. While they battle it out, we’ll go ahead and reserve third place for the gorgeous Thandie Newton.
While gowns and dresses are oh-so beautiful, we love that these ladies upped the style game with their suits, and boy, did they look good! Octavia Spencer pulled off a navy single-breasted suit like a boss and Evan Rachel Wood looked smoking in a black and white pant suit, it was Kathryn Hahn’s wide legged pants and bralette revealing blazer that had us rethinking our pantsuit style. What’s your take on wearing the pants to the red carpet?
The Gentleman’s Club
Talking about suits… this year’s red carpet had enough menswear inspiration (and eye candy) to jump-start our year. Plus, we like it when the boys polish up well and suit up!
Going strong with their A-game it was the guys dressed in white blazers. While Ryan Gosling and Jeremy Renner both wore classic white tuxes, it was Pharell William’s long-line blazer complete with accessories and a beanie that bowled us over.
Since black on the red carpet is done-to-death, we’re going to give these handsome men a big thumbs-up for their navy ensembles. First in line, we’re digging the little details like the checkered socks paired with the three-piece suit- good going Rami Malek! Dapper style never gets old, and that’s why we’ll give Jeff Bridges a gold star for his look, especially the trousers. As for Milo Ventimiglia, you look good!
Let’s not leave our little style icons behind! The stranger things kids caused quite a stir on the red carpet as they walked in dressed to the nines. The boys stepped out in classic tuxedos complete with bow ties while Millie Bobbie Brown wore an adorable yet super stylish sequined number!
With that, we’ve rounded up our stars and aligned some mini trends spotted at the red carpet. Do comment below and tell if you’ve spotted a trend or two that you think will shine bright this year.
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