Instyle Golden Globes After-Party Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on January 11, 2017

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Because the stars just can’t stop playing dressup and congratulating themselves! Which is why we’re here to puncture their delusions just a tiny bit.

Shall we, kittens? These outfits are starting to smell ripe. They need to be judged and shipped out to the dustbin, pronto.

 

 

Chrissy Teigen (in J. Mendel) and John Legend (in Gucci)
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More of the same. Can’t hate. He’s cute and she’s sparkly and booby. They know their brand.

 

 

Christina Ricci in Monse
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It’s a damn shame about the shitty illusion netting because the rest of it is spectacular.

 

 

Diane Kruger in Nina Ricci
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Love it. Those are the exact right shoes to set off that hem length correctly.

 

 

Diego Luna
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He’s got to stop standing on red carpets like he’s pleading with a judge for leniency. Nice suit, though.

 

 

Garcelle Beauvais in Diane von Furstenberg
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Oof. That color is rough.

 

 

Hanna Simone in Tommy Hilfiger
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Simple and sweet, but glamorous. Nicely done.

 

 

Hilary Duff in Solace London
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The top half looks like a napkin and she looks deeply uncomfortable in it. Plus we’re not loving the color.

 

 

Jenna Dewan-Tatum in Julien Macdonald
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Can’t argue with a bit of that. Love the ombre effect, which is unexpected.

 

 

Julianne Hough in Jenny Packham
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The skirt’s pretty but wow, do we ever hate the bodice. Looks like a tank top.

 

 

Kaley Cuoco in Tommy Hilfiger
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BOOBTACULAR.

But otherwise pretty and glam.

 

 

Keke Palmer in Pamella Roland
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We’re not loving the ombre in this instance. The effect combined with the color scheme makes for a heavy-looking, dreary dress.

 

 

Sarah Hyland in Amanda Wakeley
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The fit might be a little off in the top half, but we like this. It’s a bit unexpected.

 

 

Viggo Mortensen
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Who can argue with any of that. But stand up straight and give us some of that Aragorn swagger, Viggo. You look like you just watched a puppy die.

 

 

Zoey Deutch in Fausto Puglisi
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Love this. Instead of being over-embellished or forcing whimsy on it, the effect is fun and light. Almost a literal party dress.

 

 

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