Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Golden Globes 2011 Red Carpet Report

I am a sucker for evening gowns. So you can imagine the thrill I had watching the Golden Globes 2011 on TV today. After watching the event, I just thought I had to share with you what some of the lovely ladies wore to the event.

The red carpet was awash with a multitude of colors, but the most prominent one was scarlet. A whole spectrum, from bright hot red, hot pink to blushing pink, many actresses were clad in this hue.




I can't decide which of the scarlet dresses I like the best, but I think it's a toss up between Claire Danes' Calvin Klein number and Julianne Moore' Lanvin one.



Another striking color that was seen on two of Hollywood's heavyweights, Angelina Jolie and Catherine Zeta Jones, was a lovely shade of emerald green.


Most actresses seemed to favor a more sophisticated but conservative look, choosing to cover their arms in long sleeves. Necklines remained safe with boatneck collars and hemlines only ended at the ground.



Another group of actresses veered the other way, opting for a more muted palette of nude and earth tones.

Others, like Jennifer Lopez and Megan Fox opted for a more ethereal look. Of course, they still managed to look glamorous with a little help from the 'bling' that was piled onto their dresses.



My favorites of the night? January Jones looking nothing short of a blonde bombshell in the sexy tangerine coloured dress from Versace.


Then of course there's Tilda Swinton in Jil Sander. Commendable for her bold choice, choosing a minimalistic and sleek shirt dress, or should I say shirt gown, that makes her look effortlessly cool.


Last but not least, rising starlet Olivia Wilde puts every Disney Princess to shame in her gorgeous, drool-worthy gown from Marchesa. I think her dress really stole the night. Oh and did I mention that I would die to be in this gown?


I hope you managed to catch the Golden Globes 2011, but if you didn't, there's still the Oscars to look forward to!

Photos courtesy of Fashionologie


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