Monday, January 25, 2010

SAG awards red carpet style...


I don't know what happened between this weekend and last, but for some reason, I found the array of designer gowns at the SAG Awards to be altogether more chic than it was at the Golden Globes.


Marion Cotillard wore another short, one-shoulder Elie Saab frock that incorporated a mix of architectural structure and delicate, feminine details. This white number seems to be much more natural and easy-to-wear on her than the multi-layer lace peek-a-boo gown she wore at the Globes.

This dress mixes a lot of detailing like crystal beating, draping and feathers, but i think it comes together prefectly in the short length and because she kept her accessories, shoes and make-up simple. The pop of color in her green ring is a perfect finishing touch.


Lovely legends Helen Mirren and Meryl Streep wore gracefully swept up hair with long, printed gowns (Bagley Mischka and Balenciaga, respectively). These two women are insanely talented and so beautiful, and it really pleases me to see women dress themselves in ensembles the are befitting of that.


This is a pretty safe look for Penelope Cruz. Fitted black dress and peep-toe heels? Of course it looks good. Her side-swept hair is gorgeous, but I'm not sure how I feel about the blond highlights. Overall... meh? She's so firey and sexy, I just hoped for a little more.


Glee girls Lea Michele and Dianna Agron both rocked long curls and belted-style gowns. I love the color of Lea's Malandrino dress and it drapes beautifully. Dianna's dress I am more so-so on. I love the bodice, but the extra drape I could really do without. Don't you agree?


Kate Hudson wore white again. I like this look much more than her structured be-feathered gown from the Globes, but, I don't know, I just dont love this.


I love the fit and pattern of this short Alexander McQueen dress on Anna Paquin. Her hair is easy and pretty, and her shoes are to die for. I defintely loved her golden gown from the Globes more (because you know I can't resist a good sparkle), but this is still fun and youthful event-appropriate.


Christina Appplegate in Cavalli. She has made some seriously questionable red carpet choices in the past, but I think this look is more-or-less flawless. The dress is gorgeous and fits beautifully, and the color is unusual. I'm not wowed, but I totally approve.


I love Anna Kendrick's Alberta Ferreti gown. The purple shade is just right and the little layers of fabric add a lot of interest. Not to mention that gorgeous flower bracelet!


Tom Ford and Collin Firth. Delicious.


Here's Sandra Bullock (who won again for The Blind Side) and her husband Jesse James. I love this Alexander McQueen dress, a lot. I think the structured shoulders, the blue-lined cut-outs and simple silhoutte look perfect on her. Upon further consideration, I decided I didn't really like her purple Globes dress, and this is such a far cry from that. So, well done, Sandy.

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