Because it’s not enough for the entertainment industry to hand out awards every 36 hours from Late December to early March, we also have the after-parties, where a star can relax after a long day of watching other stars get praised at a level that probably isn’t healthy for anyone. Or put another way: Darlings, it was the 13th Annual Warner Bros. And InStyle Golden Globe Awards After Party!
Let’s rip some dresses.
Very cute. Skirt’s maybe too complicated, but the overall look is sweet.
Can we just say we are LOVING that, after years of begging for it, the red carpet is making a small turn toward color in garments. and especially in accessories?
Ashley Benson in Versace
You can bet whenever you see a gal posing like this on the RC it means she doesn’t like her outfit. Looks like it’s a little tight on her in the top.
Elisabeth Moss in Alberta Ferretti
The good parts: A modern, flattering haircut with the sideswept bangs the world has been begging her to sport.
The bad parts: Everything else.
Love the midnight blue, but the dress itself is pretty blah and we’re not thinking a feather belt was quite the way to go, Chief Kicking Bird.
Ellie Kemper in Manish Arora
Not crazy about the black panels in the skirt, but we love that print and love the shoes paired with it because they pick up on the circular theme.
Emily VanCamp in Oscar de la Renta
Oh, EMILY. A great shape and a pretty (if a little garish) color, but the overwhelming shininess takes it down to cheap-looking and the shoes were a terrible choice.
Emma Roberts in Zac Posen
It’s better than her usual fare, but Zac Posen dresses are always more complicated than they need to be. Plus the fit in the bust isn’t so hot.
Evan Rachel Wood in Gucci
We luvya, hon, but you are no Swinton. Nice try, though. Love the pops of gold.
Felicity Jones in Valentino
But the accessories are disappointing.
It’s a very nice outfit, but it’s both a bit too business-like and a bit on the mature side.
Jaime King in Valentino Couture
Not Your Color, Dear. That’s not ANY blonde’s color.
Jenna Ushkowitz in Norman Ambrose
Pretty, but the pink sash and bow looks wrong to us; like they belong on another dress.
Jennifer Morrison in Victoria Beckham
Kind of a shame. The dress looks really great on her but the detailing’s all wrong. Black accessories bring the outfit down and the black nail polish makes it worse. Just not right for this look. In addition, we don’t love the flatness of her hair and her makeup looks underdone.
Kaley Cuoco in Zuhair Murad
Like a bedside lamp in a 5-year-old girl’s room. Pull on her hair and her head lights up, casting moons and stars on the ceilings.
And you might want to put some WD-40 on your boobs, because once those wheels start spinning, there could be chafing.
Standard Miss Kathy dress, but the color looks great on her. She needs to start walking away from the super-shiny gowns.
Malin Akerman in Etro
The plunge is perhaps a bit much, but we think it’s a sharp dress. Metallic accessories (especially those focus-pulling shoes) were a big mistake. Also, we think a sleeker ‘do was called for.
Miranda Kerr in Dolce & Gabbana
Gorgeous dress, fantastic choice of clutch (goes with, but does not match exactly), but only so-so shoes.
The overwhelming shiny and the big thing at her neck tend to make this look a little stodgy and mature.
Don’t love the hair, but the lady knows what the hell she’s doing.
Rose McGowan in Blumarine
That’s how you accessorize a plain white gown. Well done, Rosie.
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