This is IT, darlings! The final, for-real, LAST post on Golden Globes 2020 and its adjacent red carpets! Let’s dive in on the outfits at the Instyle party, the HBO party and the Amazon party before everyone gets too drunk to assess!
Aja Naomi King in Reformation
The fit is amazing and we’d even say she’s pulling off that blush-bronze color, but that’s an awful lot of satin for one outfit and the addition of plastic footwear didn’t help matters.
Ariel Winter in Misha
Horrible color, horrifying shoes.
Bebe Rexha in Yanina Couture
We’ll say it: She’s not getting good advice. Anyone who’d let her step out with her feet looking like that is not her friend. The dress is fine, but like so much of what she wears, it’s a bit on the overwrought or tacky side.
Billie Lourd in Louis Vuitton
We’re not usually fans of the public bra, but this looks fantastic on her.
Connie Britton in J. Mendel
Sweetie, you picked a pretty decent dress. There’s no need to pose like you’re pissed off at it.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw in Gucci
Nothing wrong with wearing a shimmering gold metallic during awards season, but this is awfully brassy-looking and the shape is a bit dreary.
Cute dress, but we really don’t think the leopard print accessories go with it.
Hunter Schafer in Rick Owens
Only she could step out in Rick Owens at an HBO party and pull it off. It’s a lot to take, but we love the risk.
Are any more canapes coming out, sir?
Talk about hiding the hot.
Kiki Layne in Julien MacDonald
We don’t care how fabulous you are, horizontal bands and netting are an unworkable combination. Between the dress and the shoes, she looks like she’s being attacked by her outfit.
Laura Harrier in Louis Vuitton
Cute and stylish dress. Needs a shoe with a little more oomph to it.
Laverne Cox in Michael Cinco
MISS WOMAN DID NOT COME QUIETLY. And we kind of love it, although we question the wig.
Rachel Brosnahan in Michael Kors Collection
We love Michael Kors and always say he should be more of a red carpet go-to for ladystars, but her last few affiliations with him on the red carpet have not been to her benefit. Neither the color nor the style are doing anything for her.
Sarah Snook in Christian Siriano
It’s gorgeous and dramatic and suits her perfectly but it sits just a weensy bit too low on her.
Storm Reid in Rosie Assoulin
Hmm. It’s a lovely dress and if she were posing against a neutral background under perfect lighting conditions, it would be a flawless moment. But if you’re going to go for print in a red carpet gown, it has to be something bold, large-scale, and photogenic. This is too watercolor-y if not downright muddy on camera.
Yara Shahidi in Carolina Herrera
She’s managing two things here: She’s pulling off that tricky yellow and she’s making us like one of those short-dress-long-train things that normally hate.
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