What a night! At the Golden Globes last night, the A-List brought their A game. Trends of the night included lots of red or white dresses and plenty of cutouts and sparkle. It seemed just about everyone was well dressed, but there were a few who stood apart from the rest. In no particular order, here is the Residential Blonde’s picks for last night’s best dressed.
Kicking this off is Allison Williams. The Peter Pan Star wanted to go girly after having played the adventurous little boy for so long, and she nailed it. The star wore a strapless, ruffled, apple red Armani Prive gown with little jewels sewn onto the dress. It was classy, girly and delicate. Stunning.
Next was Reese Witherspoon in a glimmering silver strapless gown by Calvin Klein. The dress fit her like a glove. Her hair was also gorgeous, pulled to the side in soft waves. This was a classic Reese Witherspoon look: classy and elegant.
Let me tell you, this one took my by surprise because it was so simple, but styled so expertly. Emily Blunt was killer in a crisp white Michael Kors number. I’m not a big fan of cutouts, but this one is actually pretty classy and showed a strategic amount of skin. The teal jewelry was what really struck me about the outfit. I think it was an unexpected, but welcomed, departure from the typical red or black that is so often paired with white. As if that wasn’t enough, her hair in that braid? Major. She knocked it out all around.
Now, let’s talk Jessica Chastain, shall we? She was wearing an Atelier Versace gown in a modern metallic gold and amber color. This dress hugged her curves in all the right ways. She kept the jewelry simple, which worked, and her hair channeled old Hollywood glam. She looked every bit the celebrity that she is.
Also in Versace was one of last night’s winners Amy Adams. This dusty blue number was perfect on her. Not only was it sophisticated, but that color was so amazing with her skin and her hair. It’s almost like she knew she was gonna win.
My pick for absolute best dressed, though?
Felicity Jones in Christian Dior. Can I just say, she is a full-fledged star now. Not only was her performance in The Theory of Everything outstanding, but this dress was like a contemporary period dress. That teal color and the structure of the gown? I mean shut the front door. Couple that with her black and silver accessories that play up the classic charm of her dress and she truly nailed it. She was nothing short of charming
Photos of all these stars and more can be found at E! Online, as I was not actually at the Golden Globes to take my own. For more about what happened at the Golden Globes on the red carpet and off go to eonline.com.