Golden Globes Weekend Style File: Jodie Comer in Prabal Gurung and Mary Katrantzou

Posted on January 07, 2020

Kittens, we won’t lie to you. We’re quickly reaching that point in a post-awards show opinionating marathon where the pile of lewks we still haven’t featured or opined on seems so insurmountably large that we’re tempted to just slap up a couple of pictures with commentary no more nuanced than “HATE IT TALK AMONGST YOURSELVES OKAY BYE CAN’T HANG AROUND HERE ALL DAY TALKING TO YOU”

We’re doing our best to continue to use both our words and our inside voices, like good little blogger boys. Onward.

 

Jodie Comer in Prabal Gurung at the BAFTA Los Angeles Tea Party

LOVE IT OKAY BYE.

Just kidding. We do love it, though. Jodie has a knack for choosing these boldly photogenic looks that don’t come off like she’s trying too hard. When you get right down to it, this is a basic blouse-and-matching-shoes-with-black-pants look but the color, the exuberance of the ruffles, and the head styling all set it off beautifully.

 

Jodie Comer in Mary Katrantzou at the Golden Globes 2020

We realize what was dubbed the Baby Yoda dress on social media (once you see it, you can’t unsee it) is an awful lot to take. And she didn’t make things easy, what with the choice of those sandals again (which she clearly loves) and a bag that looks like a sea creature. But we really love how insanely head-turning this is; how it takes up space (literally) and demands you look at it. It’s not exactly chic, but it’s fun and loud. And the lack of wrinkles is admirable.

 

 

 

Style Credits:
First Look: Prabal Gurung Fuschia Ruffle Blouse  and Black Pants from the Pre-Fall 2020 Collection | Eriness Jewelry | Nicholas Kirkwood Shoes
Second Look: Mary Katrantzou Emerald Green Duchess Satin Trapèze Gown with Twist Sleeves from the Spring 2020 Collection | Tiffany & Co. Jewelry | Jimmy Choo ‘Celeste’ Feather-trimmed Clutch | Nicholas Kirkwood Shoes

Styled by Elizabeth Saltzman | Hair by Harry Josh | Makeup by Hung Vanngo | Nails by Deborah Lippmann

 

[Photo Credit: Kevork Djansezian/NBC, PRPhotos.com, Hahn Lionel/ABACA USA/INSTARimages.com, JENNIFER GRAYLOCK/INSTARimages.com, Sara De Boer/startraksphoto.com, mytheresa.com, marykatrantzou.com, Courtesy of Prabal Gurung]

 

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