Golden Globes Red Carpet Fashion!
I think Mara Rooney has taken her Girl With the Dragon Tattoo character too far! She always looks like this now. It’s awful. Hates it.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are the portrait of a regal American power couple. I’m not crazy about the dress, but it doesn’t really matter what she wears, she is amazing in everything/anything. They are the most important couple in Hollywood, it almost matters the most and the least what they wear.
Emma Stone also brought the glam–there were a lot of great looks on the red carpet this year!! Stone was wearing Lanvin in varying shades of purple, she is becoming quite the fashionista! I wish people would get inventive with their hair more, but other than that, a perfect 10!
My Best Dressed goes to Evan Rachel Wood. Evan Rachel Wood always takes great risks, and this one was an absolute hit!! She looks incredible, and she is rocking a color that no one else is wearing on the red carpet, and feathers!! I can’t get enough. I was in awe as soon as I saw her!
My Other Best Dressed goes to Salma Hayek!!! I love love love her look this year. She wore a black strapless Gucci dress with metal and gold detailing with her hair in a messy tousled look. Salma looked ferocious!!! One hot tamale!!
Lastly my other favorite is Jessica Alba, who stunned in this purple lacy number. I am a total sucker for a feminine greek goddess look, and Alba killed it!! As you may now, she is styled by my favorite man, Brad Goreski!
Also, I would like to put the ladies of Glee in their own Best Dressed Catagory, because they ALL knocked it out of the park. EVERY SINGLE ONE was incredible. Lea, Naya, and Diana, all unbelievable, daring and gorgeous pieces!
Tilda Swinton being worst dressed is sort of like a given, so as another actual surprising Worst Dressed, I would like to nominate Zooey Deschanel, who tried to channel the 1960s and failed. Not cute at all.
I want to sit down and have a very serious face to face conversation with Nicole Kidman. Why does she always get it wrong? I want to talk about it with her. I would sit her down very serious like, and say, “Nicole, you have the body of a model. You are super tall, and thin, and you look like a porcelain angel. You are basically a muse for fashion designers to create beautiful works of art on. Why do you always pick weird things? Why do you always pick colors that wash you out? What’s really going on here? Color can do great things.”