SAG Awards 2018: Goldie Hawn and Kate Hudson Go in Wildly Different Style Directions

Posted on January 22, 2018

We suppose if you’ve heard “your mother’s clone” your whole adult life, you might want to dress as far away from her style as possible when making public appearances with her. Well, mission accomplished, Kate:

Mama looks pretty hot and you look too silly for anyone to notice your physical resemblance. Well done…?



Goldie Hawn in Monique Lhuillier

This is so basic a design that it could be derided as “Mother of the Bride,” assuming the mother in question loves working one-shoulder gowns in order to upstage her daughter. But it works just fine for Miss Goldie, who does best with dresses that don’t ask too much of her. In this case, the beautiful color and killer earrings are doing all the heavy lifting for her.


Kate Hudson in Valentino

To paraphrase Emily Blunt in The Devil Wears Prada: “THAT, we can’t even talk about.” But we will, of course. As we noted earlier, pink was a huge trend on this particular red carpet. No problems there, since the color looks good on her and doesn’t come off too “Barbie” with her pixie cut. Polka dots are a risky proposition on a gown, but we might have been amenable to their use, if the dress had some sass and impact to it. Unfortunately, this dress gets its definition of “sass” from circa 1875 or so. The black lace, the ruffles, and the overall, unrelenting mumsy-ness of the whole thing makes it look pretty silly.



Style Credits:
Goldie Hawn: Monique Lhuillier Dress from the Resort 2017 Collection
Kate Hudson: Valentino Dress from the Pre-Fall 2018 Collection

[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, Courtesy of Monique Lhuillier, Courtesy of Valentino]




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