Kittens, we’ve been opinionating on Golden Globes red carpetry nearly non-stop for the last 18 hours, on at least three different fronts/platforms. We need sandwiches and then post-sandwich-eating catnaps immediately, which is why we’re turning the final call on this one over to you.
But we’ll say right now that we love it. She clearly prefers high necklines and a decent amount of coverage, but she also seems to love exuberant or unexpected details. And she can handle slightly odd shapes or some extra volume, so long as the color is vibrant and suited to her. This checks off all the boxes for her and we think it looks dramatic, regal and unusual, which are exactly the three qualities her looks should have.
But we know it’s an odd shape and not to everyone’s tastes, which is why (aside from the aforementioned catnaps and sandwiches), we’re turning this one over to you:
Olivia Colman’s Mega-Puffy Sleeved Gown:
IN or OUT?
– Emilia Wickstead Raspberry Dress from the Collection
– ERA 50:50 ‘Ring of Equality’ Ring
– Chopard Jewelry
– Malone Souliers Shoes
Styled by Miranda Almond | Hair by Marcus Francis | Makeup by Sarah Uslan
[Photo Credit: Kevork Djansezian/NBC, Paul Drinkwater/NBC, Sara De Boer/startraksphoto.com, AdMedia/Media Punch/INSTARimages.com, emiliawickstead.com, equalrepresentationforactresses.co.uk]
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