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Monday, January 12, 2015

Best Dressed.

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     The Golden Globes are easily my favorite awards show of the year. I always find the fashion to be just right, a real juxtaposition of classic and modern. It's more relaxed than the Academy Awards, and there's always an air of playfulness to the red carpet. There were a few ladies that really stood out for me last night, so without further ado... My favorite look of the night was easily Julianne Moore. I am obsessed with her! I was lucky enough to see "Still Alice" last week and I weeped practically the entire way through, so I felt her award was well deserved. She looked so stunning in Givenchy Couture. There was quite a lot of metallics on the carpet but she did it best. Hands down.
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     My favorite risk that paid off was Emma Stone in Lanvin. Jumpsuits have been on my radar for the past few months, and I am loving this one. The huge taffeta bow is such a quirky, yet classic detail that in the wrong hands could have definitely gone south, but Emma can pretty much wear anything and look amazing. I love her for shaking things up.
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     Sienna Miller looked simply stunning in this printed frock by Miu Miu. I love the deep v-neck and the floral embroidery, and her short hairstyle and messy waves keeps the whole look youthful. I'm loving it all!
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     Diane Kruger always looks like a goddess, and last night was no exception. She wore the designer Emilia Wickstead which absolutely shocked me. When I first saw her dress, I was certain it was Chanel or Givenchy. I typically equate Emilia Wickstead with the Duchess Of Cambridge, so to see one of her pieces on the red carpet in an entirely different capacity was refreshing. I can't wait to see more.
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     I know that I'm in the minority, but I absolutely loved this Vera Wang dress on Rosamund Pike. The girl JUST had a baby 5 weeks ago and she looks amazing! The fit isn't perfect, but the dress is stunning, and her hair and makeup look perfect. I loved it.
     What didn't I love? The biggest thing that sticks out in my mind are Amal Clooney's heinous white gloves. I read that she decided on those independently of Dior, who outfitted her in a gorgeous dress. However, I didn't really notice her dress until hours after because I was marveling over those horrific gloves! I also wish she'd worn her hair pulled back- it looked really lank and lackluster hanging down and was too much competition for the gorgeous neckline of her gown. Hopefully she'll get it right next time.

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