Best Dressed At The 2017 Golden Globes
Last night, the 2017 Golden Globes caused a sensation at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Staying true to the glamorous occasion of the evening, our favourite A-listers made a splash on the red carpet in a variety of stunning frocks. From Lily Collins to Amy Adams, here are the best dressed Hollywood trendsetters from the occasion.
The 27-year-old actress looked absolutely radiant in a delicate pink frock which would have perfectly suited a princess. The extravagant Zuhair Murad Fall 2016 creation made quite a bold statement with its girlish ballgown skirt, tiny cap sleeves and ladylike embroidered lace.
Lately, Emma Stone has appearing in a number of gorgeous metallic designs on the red carpet. Last night was certainly no exception, as the 28-year-old star stepped out in a blush pink Valentino number with a plunging neckline and a delicately pleated full-length hem. With its thin silver straps and metallic silvers, Stone’s dress certainly stole the spotlight.
With her statuesque figure and flawless skin, Blake Lively was the ultimate glowing goddess on the Golden Globes red carpet. The 29-year-old actress arrived in a custom designed black velvet Atelier Versace gown, which featured shimmering metallic trim on the neckline and pockets. With a deep V-neckline and long trailing skirt, Lively was a dramatic sight as always.
The 27-year-old Room star bravely decided to match the red carpet, in a strapless Rodarte gown with a sweetheart neckline and nipped-in waistline. The structured bodice, twinkling embellishment and gorgeous scarlet hue offered a classic effect, while the airy pleated skirt wrapped up the design.
The 42-year-old redhead was beautiful in sequins, as she graced the carpet in a black Tom Ford strapless gown. The sparkling sequined frock featured a column design and a figure-hugging shape, which emphasized her hourglass curves and trim waistline.
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