PHOTOS: 6 Trends That Ruled The Golden Globes Red Carpet
Trends, trends, so many trends! There were quite a few distinct looks that popped up on the
Golden Globes red carpet (and Angelina Jolie managed to incorporate three of them into her winning ensemble). Pink, green, flowers and more!
There was tons of
green, and even more pink. Sparkles and flowers dominated, though some elegant minimalism was thrown into the mix. And the shoulders! Oh, how we love those shoulders.
Check out our rundown of the Golden Globes red carpet trends in the slideshow below! Are there any we missed?
1.Pinks Of Every Shade
Pink was the unofficial color of the evening, and shades ran the gamut from the super pale to the blindingly bright. The hue of Claire's Calvin Klein number is probably our favorite, while the tone of Lea's Oscar de la Renta gown reminds us of Pepto-Bismol.
L-R: Megan Fox, Julianna Margulies, Sandra Bullock, Natalie Portman, Lea Michele, Emma Stone, Claire Danes, Julianne Moore
One au courant way to spice up an outfit?
Statement shoulders! This is one trend we can really get behind. Angelina's Versace and Anne's Armani utilized shoulder pads, Leighton's Burberry poofed and Jane looked sharp (literally).
Clockwise from left: Angelina Jolie, Jane Fonda, Anne Hathaway, Leighton Meester
While the night saw plenty of embellished frocks, a few stars chose to go
minimalist. Not surprisingly, Calvin Klein was responsible for both Claire and Emma's looks. And how great did 14-year-old Hailee look in Prabal Gurung?
L-R: Claire Danes, Tilda Swinton, Emma Stone, Hailee Steinfeld
It's hard to decide with gorgeous
emerald dress is our favorite. This one's a tough call: Monique Lhuillier ( Catherine), Versace ( Angelina), Vera Wang ( Mila) or Donna Karan ( Elisabeth)?
L-R: Catherine Zeta-Jones, Angelina Jolie, Mila Kunis, Elisabeth Moss
5.Tons Of Flowers
We're not feeling the
floral theme, unlike quite a few red carpet reliables. The flowers on Natalie's Viktor & Rolf and Michelle's Valentino were painfully literal, while the huge ruffled blossom on Christina Hendricks' Romona Keveza just got in the way.
Clockwise from left: Natalie Portman, Julie Bowen, Gabourey Sidibe, Michelle Williams, Christina Aguilera, Christina Hendricks
6.Sparkly, Sparkly Sparkles
Many of the night's best dressed ladies twinkled in uber-glitzy gowns. One of the loveliest uses of
sparkle? Ombre shimmer by Marchesa, as worn by Olivia. We're also partial to the huge sequins on Anne's Armani stunner.
L-R: Carrie Underwood, Scarlett Johansson, Anne Hathaway, Angelina Jolie, Olivia Wilde, Amber Riley, Melissa Leo
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