Your girl was out this weekend serving up some seriously bold-as-hell looks on her way to picking up that prize. We can’t in good conscience claim she absolutely nailed it all around, but we certainly do appreciate her unwillingness to show up anywhere looking demure and unassuming. She’s the epitome of a power dresser. If she hadn’t become an actress, she’d have made a stellar high-powered attorney – which is, not coincidentally, the role in Marriage Story for which she just won the Golden Globe. Anyway, you should probably brace yourself for the first one.
Laura Dern in Dries Van Noten at the BAFTA Los Angeles Tea Party
We warned you, did we not? And you certainly can’t fault her for being a wallflower, can you? In truth, we love the top half of this look. The jacket looks amazing on her and we don’t even mind the weird ribbon thing, which is the kind of design element we usually mind quite a bit. But there’s no denying those pants – which is both a good thing (in the sense that she refuses to be bland) and a bad thing (in the sense that they’re quite terrible and look like casino wallpaper).
Laura Dern in Saint Laurent at the Golden Globes 2020
But we really loved this look for her. As we said in the Cosmopolitan piece, it really feels like a true representation of her style, threading that needle on old Hollywood glamour combined with a very SoCal sort of Boho Chic. She looks great.
First Look: Dries Van Noten Red Silk Blazer and Yellow Silk Pants from the Spring 2020 Collection
Second Look: Saint Laurent Floral Print Dress from the Fall 2019 Collection
Styled by Cristina Ehrlich | Hair by Ryan Trygstad | Makeup by Simone Siegl
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