I have a lot of thoughts.
You probably have some thoughts about my thoughts.
Let's talk about last night's Golden Globes looks, shall we? Click through below for a more detailed look at my picks.
Let's start with Kristin Wiig in Michael Kors. Part of the reason I love this is because girlfriend does not always get the whole red carpet thing right. And this is just simple and sexy and lovely. I dig the gold and red accessories, and though her hair is a tad too casual I can forgive it. The dress just looks so damn good on her.
Mmmkay Hathaway in Chanel. Let's just get it out of the way: This is boring and safe. However, you can't entirely fault her when she looks so terrific and so many other stars looked so, so bad. If you ignore her over-the-top acceptance speech and just focus on her pretty hair, nice lip shade and the fit and texture of this look - it's great.
In the sphere of not-playing-it-safe, we have Kerry Washington in Mui Mui. I just love this. Her hair is not my favorite, but the dress and simple pumps really do it for me. I have major reservations about his whole "invisible dress" trend that (cough cough Jennifer Lopez) has taken over recently, but this is an example of sheer and embellishment done right - with actual fashion (and not just nudity) in mind.
Oh, Kate. I was so, so happy to see her step out next to Bradley Cooper in this Alexander McQueen gown. It's so sleek, cool and unexpected. Do I wish she had worn her hair back in a low bun? Sure, but this was my favorite dress of the night. Risky, glitzy and amazing.
I was a little late to the red carpet this year, so this was the first dress I saw, via Twitter. Now, I know some people are going to nay-say this one for sort of a "gilded football player" thing, but I am obsessed. Her short, fun hair and minimal accessories let the Alexandre Vauthier dress shine. The white and gold create a really dynamic contrast, one that I give major sartorial thumbs up.
For me, the best of the night was all black, white and gold. However, I would like to give honorable mentions for the above ladies: Jessica Alba is infuriatingly beautiful and this dress / necklace / hair / lips combo is flawless. Marion Cotillard is French, and so it is no wonder that she looks stunning in one of the only cocktail-length dresses of the night, that just happens to be custom Dior.
Let's be real, this was the best part of the night.
Okay, now your turn. Who did you think were the big hits and misses of the night?