2011 Golden Globes!
So its that time of the year again - The Golden Globes. The fashion this year is not too different from last years. Lots of neutral tones, chiffon and sparkle. Here's my pick of the 10 ten dresses and a special best male award at the end. These are all based on my personal opinion and are in no particular order. Please do feel free to share your favourites with me. Thanks for reading =]
1) Jayma Mays
This whole look is very 1920s inspired which I love. Everything from the dress, the Hollywood hair even the red lipstick. The beading detail is beautiful.
2) Sarah Hyland
Sarah looks so adorable in this dress. Theres a great balance between the elaborately decorated top and plain floaty skirt. Also, she hasn't ruined her look with too much jewellery, just the one necklace.
Miss Riley is doing a fantastic job of showing how the more curvaceous women can look just as good as all the skinny Minnie's on the red carpet. The black belt around her waist helps to seperate her big boobs from her big waist. It can be hard to pull of a silver dress without looking like a chicken ready for the oven or a robot from the future but Amber oozes confidence in this outfit and so it really works.
One of my favourite dresses from the night, it reminds me of a starry night sky. Olivia hasn't needed to wear any other jewellery, apart from a single ring, or have an elaborate hairstyle. Her dress alone, is enough to steal the lime light on the carpet.
Another slightly 1920s inspired dress but in a lighter colour than Jayma's. I especially love the hardly-there sleeves with little embellishments. The v-neck is also very flattering.
I practically love everything Leighton wears, whether its on Gossip Girl or to award ceremonies/celeb parties. The colours on this dress really mix well with her luscious brunette locks. Wearing a long dress with long sleeves can sometimes make you look like a nun but that slit on the skirt flashes just a bit of flesh.
This one is going to cause me real pain, as anyone who knows me will know of my distaste for Angelina (I won't go into it as I'm not here to bitch) but I really love this dress. I think its the colour that most draws me in. The way its slightly tucked at the waste can give the illusion of curves.
Its yet another neural coloured chiffon dress with embellishment, but I love this one just like the others. I love the pinned one shoulder, giving it a Greek feel and Sandy has balanced it well with a silver cuff bracelet on the opposite wrist. I am also loving Sandra's new blunt fringe; makes me miss mine but I will just get told off if I get mine cut back again - my friends don't like it on me for some reason.
9)Catherine Zeta Jones
My favourite dress from the whole night. Catherine pulls off the elegance of this dress with such beauty. I love the delicate pattern on the dress and the evergreen colour really stands out on the red carpet. Its just absolutely gorgeous, there are no other words.
The dress itself is quite plain and nothing too special but with the glittering cape, it really does jazz it up a bit. This look is so simple but effortlessly timeless. The white really glows against Jen's tanned skin tone.
Best Dress Male of the Evening: Justin Bieber
Although he didn't really look too happy to be there from the photo's I've seen, at least he has made a bit more effort than all the other male stars. He hasn't just gone for the shirt, tie and jacket, he's added a waistcoat and his suit seems to be a bit shinier than the other suits from the night. The fact that hes wearing trainers just makes it that bit more edgy and shows that hes not all grown up just yet.
Labels: Amber Riley, Angelina Jolie, Carpet, Catherine Zeta Jones, Fashion, Glee, Golden Globes, J.Lo, Jayma Mays, Justin Bieber, Leighton Meester, Olivia Wilde, Red, Sandra Bullock, Sarah Hyland, Scarlett Johansson, Style