2013 Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet – The night’s biggest trends plus the good, bad and unimpressive
Posted on January 14 2013
2013 Golden Globes – Jennifer Lopez in a nude lace Zuhair Murad number.
The Golden Globe Awards descended upon the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills once again this year for its 70th year. Celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Adele, Anne Hathaway, Claire Danes, Halle Berry, Kerry Washington and many more stepped out in Couture and diamonds to celebrate this past year’s achievements in film and television. As usual, we have the night’s biggest trends, plus the best and worst looks of the night. Black was the night’s number one color with stars like Salma Hayek and Sofia Vergara draping their famous curves in pieces by Gucci and other big name designers. Red also made a prominent showing on the carpet while pastel colors and nudes showed that they’re here to stay thanks to dresses worn by Jennifer Lopez, Amy Adams, Hayden Panettiere and Amanda Seyfried. With all the serious hits also came some devastating misses. Olympic Medalist Gabby Douglas made a wrong turn with her Golden Globes debut by sporting a “too grown up” sequin number. Usual red carpet stunner Halle Berry was also an unfortunate miss. Her Versace gown had too much print going on and left very little to the imagination. Here’s a complete breakdown of the night’s looks.
Amy Adams looked stunning in blush Marchesa and almost half a million worth of Tiffany & Co. jewels.
Hayden Panettiere in a blush beaded gown.
Kerry Washington in Miu Miu.
Amanda Seyfried in custom lace Givenchy Haute Couture.
Megan Fox opted for nude lace in Dolce and Gabbana.
Kaley Cuoco also went with nude.
Jessica Alba in Oscar de la Renta and Harry Winston jewels.
Kristen Bell glowed in lavender.
Jessica Chastain in powder blue Calvin Klein.
Rosario Dawson also sported powder blue.
Shades of Blue
Sally Field was the epitome of elegance in navy blue.
Glenn Close also looked elegant in a navy blue tafetta gown.
Helen Mirren looked stunning in a navy blue gown with gold accents.
Jodi Foster opted for a blue sequin halter.
Not so impressive
Morena Baccarin’s navy and black pleated number did nothing for the actress. Her retro curls on the other hand framed her face beautifully.
Julie Bowen’s one shouldered dress was also a miss.
Eva Longoria in Emilio Pucci.
Katherine McPhee in Oliver Theyskens’ Theory.
Salma Hayek in Gucci Première.
Sofia Vergara sparkled in black.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was also in black.
Sarah Hyland and costar Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
Kate Hudson in Alexander McQueen.
Emily Deschanel in an embellished cap sleeved black gown.
Julianne Moore went with a black dress with white panels.
Girls’ star Zosia Mamet took a risk in a black dress with leather panels.
Not so impressive
Rachel Weisz’s sheer polka dot skirt looked missplaced.
Nicole Kidman’s sheer polka dot and stripes midriff panel was also a bit off.
Debra Messing was a miss with her over-ruched and therefore over-voluminous black number.
Funny lady Kristin Wiig’s black dress with a stomach cutout was a huge miss.
Julianna Margulies in Emilio Pucci.
Julia Louis Dreyfus also opted for a dress with a lace underlay.
Heidi Klum in a one shouldered white gown with thigh high slit.
Michelle Dockery in Alexandre Vauthier.
Anne Hathaway went the minimalist route in a white column gown.
Not so impressive
Julianne Hough’s overly embellished gown lacked elegance and style.
Zooey Deschanel in Oscar de la Renta.
Jennifer Lawrence cinched her waist in red.
Claire Danes in Versace.
Jennifer Garner in Vivienne Westwood Couture.
Naomi Watts also opted for red.
Misses in Color
Alyssa Milano sported a gorgeous marigold color but the horrible fit of this dress doomed the whole look.
Gabby Douglas’ “too grown up” look was also a complete miss.
Marion Cotillard stepped out in gorgeous orange but her slanted hemline was a miss.
Print gone wrong
Halle Berry in Versace – Halle Berry can usually do no wrong in the fashion department but this printed mess with a weird side cut out and side slit is a big miss for the actress. Too much skin and too much print is never a good combo.
We love Lucy Liu for stepping out of the box but her attempt at a floral print ball gown fell flat.
All that Glitters
Thandie Newton shined in a sparkling lavender mini.
Connie Britton in a strapless sequin gown.
Lea Michele also sparkled in a beaded Elie Saab number.
Emily Mortimer went for a sequin silver gown.
Other Notable Looks
Taylor Swift was all grown up in plum Donna Karan Atelier.
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