Golden Globes

Wowza. The fashion last night was so en pointe. I loved that all the celebrities brought their A-game from head to toe with so many different colours and embellishments, it was seriously beautiful.

There were some bold trends that really stuck out: yellow, pink tones, black and white to mention a few. Some of my favourite moments were embedded in these trends.

Natalie Portman in Prada

She embodies Jackie in every way, especially her class. She is wearing one of the new popular colours, yellow (which also happens to be one of mine, see previous post about mustard sweater). I love the way she paired bright pink lipstick with a bright dress, yet it is still elegant and timeless.







Jessica Biel in Elie Saab


Jessica does not care about deep plunges being on the outs in the fashion world. She knows she’s got it and she flaunts it. I think she looks flawless from the edgy top to the feminine bottom. She also contributed to the trend on the carpet with her monochromatic hues.







Naomie Harris in Armani Privé


Of course Armani is behind this piece of art, it’s so fluid with the metallic colour and embellishments. I am seriously obsessed. It flatters her figure in every way and makes her skin tone pop, but has Armani ever led anyone awry? I think not.








Zoe Saldana in Gucci

Yet another red carpet contributor to trend is my girl Zoe Saldana and pink tones. This dress reminds me of the one Emma Watson wears to the Yule Ball in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, which was iconic to young me. The cascading ruffles are romantic and soft in contrast to the edgy designs of the late red carpet. I was iffy about the bow, but it has grown on me.






Louise Roe in Monique Lhuillier


I feel like this look is getting next to no attention because Louise wasn’t a nominee, but it needs to get some love. As much as it has intense jewel detailing down the front, this dress is the definition of simple elegance. The sleeves are right on trend with spring fashion and I love how they are an extension of the torso of the dress itself.



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