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Hosted by comedian Ricky Gervais, the 77th annual Golden Globe Awards took place early this week. The star-studded red carpet event attracted the best in Hollywood, and the celebs didn’t fail to make a stylish impression. On that note, we’ve put together a list of trends we picked out from our favourite looks. Enjoy, ladies!
The new-age Victorian look is daring, comfortable, and elegant af. And, youthful brands like Fendi and Miu Miu took over the red carpet with this style. Nail this look by incorporating delicate details like ruffles, and Parisian hues like warm yellow and baby blue.
BEL POWLEY IN MIU MIU. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES ZOEY DEUTCH IN FENDI. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES
Red, in general, is a killer shade to pull off on the red carpet, and the sexiest of reds is scarlet. The A-listers Nicole Kidman, Kat Graham, Scarlet Johansson nailed this hue with thigh-high slits and fitted bodices. If you’re going for an OTT take on this look, incorporate a train to your look, and you’re good to slay!
SCARLETT JOHANSSON IN VERA WANG. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES KAT GRAHAM IN GEORGES HOBEIKA. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES NICOLE KIDMAN IN OMEGA. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES
The androgynous craze isn’t going anywhere; it’s not really a trend but something more timeless! Fashion houses like Dior and Prabal Gurung embraced this powerful fashion move at this dazzling event. Awkwafina and Kerry Washington took on the blazer with a unique sense of styling. Wear the black blazer with sequins, slip skirts, body jewels and ruffles.
KERRY WASHINGTON IN ALTUZARRA. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES SIBLEY SCOLES. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES AWKWAFINA IN DIOR. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES
We were awe-spired to spot Disney princess look-a-likes from our pool of favourite celeb makeovers. Gugu Mbatha-Raw turned up in a Gucci sequin dress that reminded us of Belle from Beauty and the Beast; Jennifer Lahmers brought the likes of Ariel to life in a light emerald Rita Vinieris mermaid dress with a sweetheart neckline and minimal accessorizing. Oh, and Beyonce’s puffy sleeves gave us major Cinderella vibes. To breathe fresh air into your next cocktail or black tie ensemble, start by picking your favourite Disney princess, and emulate her signature look through the choice of colours and/or distinguishing cuts.
GUGU MBATHA-RAW IN GUCCI. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES JENNIFER LAHMERS IN RITA VINIERIS. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES
After this year’s Golden Globes, it’s safe to say that black is back with a bang and was seen predominantly on strapless dresses. From famous faces like Jennifer Aniston and Rachel Weisz to fairly newcomers such as Margeret Qualley nailed it with a hint of diamonds. In a shocking reveal, classical boho-inspired designer, Zuhair Murad moved us all with a black masterpiece, worn by Annabelle Wallis, that screamed simple and classy.
So, what are you waiting for? Don a long black dress and silver-stoned jewelery to dazzle your way through your next big event!
ANNABELLE WALLIS IN ZUAIR MURAD. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES MARGARET QUALLEY IN CHANEL. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES JENNIFER ANISTON IN DIOR HAUTE COUTURE. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES RACHEL WEISZ IN TOM FORD. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES
The word “gypsy” and red carpet are generally mutually exclusive, but Gwyneth Paltrow in a Fendi tulle dress and boho-glam jewellery and Charlize Theron in a flowy Dior Haute Couture gave nothing less than glamorous resort vibes. While this trend might be tricky, when done right, it’s fierce enough to put you in the spotlight. So start experimenting with it in small doses (think styling your look with a shawl), and then gradually progress to wearing resort-esque clothes that are also formal—practice makes it perfect!
GWYNETH PALTROW IN FENDI. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES CHARLIZE THERON IN DIOR HAUTE COUTURE. IMAGE VIA GETTY IMAGES
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