Fashion: Best Dressed From Golden Globe Awards 2015


The Golden Globes red carpet is like a glorified fashion show, with stunning gowns and amazing heels galore. As the event that kicks off award show season, the pressure is most certainly on. Many celebs were up for the challenge and completely wowed us in some dresses for the ages. We were so distracted by all the beautiful looks, we almost forgot that the red carpet isn’t the entire show.

The theme of the night appeared to be yellow dresses, with A-listers like Naomi Watts, Jenna Dewan Tatum and Leslie Mann really standing out from the pack in the bright hue. Another consistent trend was strapless necklines, which were seen on Viola Davis, Reese Witherspoon and more, with stunning results.

Check out Huffington Post picks for best dressed at the 2015 Golden Globes and let us know if you agree.

Viola Davis in Donna Karan Atelier

Davis looked regal in red and stole the show in this statement-making dress. Not only did the color pop, but the embellishments ensured that this gown will be remembered for years to come.

Leslie Mann in Kaufmanfranco

Yellow is an incredibly tricky color to wear since the wrong shade of the hue can be wildly unflattering. But this strapless gown not only complements Mann’s dewy complexion, but it also makes her stand out from the crowd.

Naomi Watts in Gucci

The star wore yet another yellow strapless dress we adore. The ruched bodice and belt draw attention to her most narrow part, while the column silhouette makes her look long and lean. And don’t even get us started on that statement necklace.

Jenna Dewan Tatum in Carolina Herrera

Yellow strikes for the third time on the best-dressed list, this time in a softer shade. Dewan Tatum looks like she is floating along in this strapless gown with a folded-over top. Her statement earrings add the perfect amount of bling and make her one of our favorites of the night.

Diane Kruger in Emilia Wickstead

We wouldn’t expect anything less than spectacular from our favorite fashion girl and tonight, Kruger lived up to expectations. The beauty of this dress is in its simplicity. There is a little bit of shimmer, but the sleek silhouette is what makes it a best-dressed candidate.

Jessica Chastain in Atelier Versace

Woah, this is one sexy look. The plunging neckline on this gown, combined with the color, made Chastain look like a goddess.

Camila Alves in Monique Lhuillier

Another stunning strapless number! The satin gown highlights Alves’ best assets, while the soft shade is so pretty with her skin tone. We also like how she decided to wear her hair up to show off her beautiful collar bones.

Reese Witherspoon in Calvin Klein

Witherspoon often goes for sweet gowns, but this sophisticated and elegant dress is showing us a totally different side of the star. We are in love with her style transformation and think she found her color (and silhouette).

Heidi Klum in Versace

Klum is giving new meaning to lady in red. She looks red hot in this one-shouldered gown with a long train. Her retro waves complement her ensemble making for one cohesive and sizzling look.

Michelle Monaghan in Jason Wu

Not everyone could pull off this unforgiving dress, but Monaghan’s body was made to wear it. The rich emerald color pops against her dark hair and the red carpet.

Sienna Miller in Miu Miu

Sienna Miller looks so Sienna Miller and we love her for it. There is a lot going on, but somehow it all works (though we’re not sure many other stars could pull it off). The deep neckline works to balance out all the embellishments and that bob is giving us life right now.

Amal Clooney in Dior

Mrs. Clooney’s look was the most anticipated of the night and boy did she deliver. Her one-shouldered, floor-length gown oozed glamor. And we predict that white gloves are going to be the biggest red carpet trend for 2015 after tonight.

Source: Huffington Post  Photos: Getty Images

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