The red carpet for the Golden Globes was filled with amazing gowns this year. My favorites had to be the dresses worn by Emily Blunt, Naomi Watts, Kate Hudson, Taylor Swift, and Michelle Dockery. Emily Blunt, Kate Hudson, and Michelle Dockery went for gold with their gowns. While Emily rocked it head-to-toe in a gold cut-out Michael Kors dress, Michelle chose to color-block with her Alexandre Vauthier’s white and gold gown. Kate Hudson stuck to subtle gold accents with her Alexander McQueen keyhole black dress which was adorned with gold embellishments. I also loved the dark wine-colored dresses worn by Taylor Swift and Naomi Watts. Naomi’s was a deep red Zac Posen number while Taylor opted for a plum color Donna Karan Atelier dress. Who do you think had the best look?
On Sunday I went to the Warner Brothers Instyle Golden Globe party with Josh! My dress top was an original piece made by my dear friend Danyna Foley. It’s a badass take on formal wear and I’ve been saving it for months for an appropriate occasion. Everyone’s all dolled up for the Globes parties and I never feel comfortable looking too feminine and girly so this was the perfect way to incorporate my edgy style into this fancy affair. The leather skirt underneath is Reformation and the go-to leather pumps are Theyskens’ Theory. I topped of the look with a statement necklace from Topshop! Josh was wearing head to toe Topshop. What do you think?
I never get excited for awards season. Unless you’re there in the flesh, they just don’t seem like too much fun. To draw maybe 10 awards total out over a three hour period seems pretty indulgent and extravagant for my taste…oh, and dull… not to mention that black tie dress code usually translates to just boring.
If you’re a dude, your biggest option is a skinny versus a regular tie, and if you’re a chick, ya pick a color ya hope nobody else has yet and cover yourself in it from head to toe. The colorful floor length gown has always seemed very eighth grade prom to me, but apparently I’m not much of a lady, so what do I know?
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