As always, at this year’s Golden Globes, there were some big fashion hits – and some even bigger misses (Kristen Wiig’s bizarre dress needs to be seen to be believed).
Let’s start with the best…
The sharp bob and floofy dress is a perfect combo …
We love this space age neon gown.
Leslie Odom Jr.
Who knew brown tweed with lime green was such a killer combo?
Stunning in oversize monochrome Loewe.
Chain mail, but in the best way …
Paying homage to Lady Di with a statement collar.
True awards show glamor …
We know a chartreuse suit and chunky silver brogues may be a controversial combo – but we love it!
The entire Lee family
Not a dud among them …
Feathers on, let out.
Anya Taylor Joy
Impeccable mermaid vibes.
Who knew wearing a tapestry could look so glam?
Sequins are a quick and easy way to our hearts …
An ethereal angel.
Serving classic beauty in a big red gown.
She elevates a black pantsuit with some truly incredible spiky shoes.
An ode to cottagecore in this flouncy Chanel number.
How could you not love this giant burgundy bow and train combo?
Fifty shades of red …
Can’t get enough of this white suit and lilac hair combo.
Audrey Grace Marshall
Almost too cute for words – we love those red slippers!
We just want to touch that skirt!!
Crochet and tulle – shouldn’t work, but it does.
Loving this ’80s chain print.
Who says redheads can’t wear pink?
Huge props for making a cast look like a covetable accessory …
True ’20s flapper realness.
Susan Kelechi Watson
Why not go for a dress made entirely of beads?
Can do no wrong, in our eyes.
An elevated take on the classic tux.
Jamie Lee Curtis.
Reminds us of ’70s dishware – in the best way.
Now this is how to wear a black dress to an awards ceremony.
We love this retro, muted color palette.
This Hawaiian shirt is just so him.
Simple, but undeniably effective.
She never puts a foot wrong – and this look is no exception.
A simple but effective look.
We’re loving this classic suit with a teal twist.
Loud, proud, and absolutely stunning.
Jo Ellen Pellman
We love this color blocking!
Classic Versace with a 2021 twist.
You simply have to love a sequin top and cargo pant combo.
But honestly, would you expect anything less?
The only word for this is smouldering.
The perfect statement shoulders for a Zoom engagement.
We, too, want to roll around in bed wearing this gown.
And now let’s get into the worst dressed …
Sorry, but this is just boring.
Though not as bad as this “teacher at the school disco” monstrosity.
Simply a tablecloth.
Ill-fitting and uninspiring.
It’s not bad – we’re just not wowed.
Again – just a little bit pedestrian for awards night!
And amazing ensemble, ruined by an unnecessary black cardigan!
She looks fine – but the fact she’s wearing the same dress as 10 years ago just hits the wrong note with us.
This is giving us serious tripophobia.
It’s not very pretty, but it’s also not very cool …
Bryce Dallas Howard
It takes a lot for us to not like sequins – but she’s managed it!
Sorry if we’re being squares, but wearing pyjamas to the Golden Globes just doesn’t sit right with us.
Would it have killed him to button his shirt and brushed his hair?
We can’t get on board with these overly long white sleeves. An accident waiting to happen.
How not to wear a black dress to an awards show …
A white suit is a brave choice – but perhaps a stupid one.
Reminiscent of a green wedding cake – and no one wants that.