There are so many puns available to us when a whole bunch of stars show up at the same event in white, so count yourselves lucky that the one we landed on is only mildly offensive. We’re little stinkers and we can’t help ourselves. Anyway, snowy winter whites were very much a trend at the 2024 Golden Globes – and not just among the dress-wearing set.
Ali Wong in Dior Couture
Honestly, it looks pretty awkward to us. The trompe l’oeil effect is too underplayed. You really have to lean in to see it because at first glance, it just makes her gown look a little dingy. Can’t say we love the braid either.
Andrew Scott in Valentino
We don’t think this sort of disco-sleazy style works for him at all. For one, he’s too pale for that much white; for another, he strikes us as the type who’d do well with someone like Thom Browne.
Elizabeth Olsen in Vivienne Westwood
Meh. That skirt is pretty dumb.
Elle Fanning in Vintage Pierre Balmain
Love when someone busts vintage couture out of its trunk, but we’re afraid this looks pretty drab on the red carpet.
Gillian Anderson in Gabriela Hearst
Yes, those are vulvas all over her skirt. It also has pockets. We can’t predict which one will make you guys happier. Gimmickry aside, this is a pretty gorgeous look on her.
Jonathan Bailey in Givenchy
No shade against Andrew Scott, but Jonathan won this face-off hands down. He’s suited to the style. The lack of a belt bugs. When are stylists going to get over this silly trend?
Keri Russell in Jil Sander
It’s goofy in the way her style choices tend to be, but we hate how the bodice just hangs off her and we think a wacky dress like this calls for something other than the low-key styling she tends to prefer.
Natasha Lyonne in Schiaparelli
It’s giving Eye of Sauron. It looks like she’d wind up in the emergency room if she sneeze. It’s certainly different, but ultimately, those dress horns look awkward and distracting.
Riley Keough in Chanel Couture
We don’t think the design ultimately works, but we did stop and take this in for a lot longer than the usual white lace gown. The sheer overlay is kind of interesting, but that bizarre deer head ruins the whole design.
Wanda Sykes in Christian Siriano
Lorenzo said this looked like silver, Tom said if there’s any color here, it’s a very pale pink, but ultimately, we decided to leave it on the list because if it’s not white, it’s only a shade or two off from it. Anyway, she looks fantastic. Of the three white tuxes in this post, we like hers the best.
[Photo Credit: Trae Patton/CBS, Francis Specker/CBS, Jennifer Bloc/Future Image/Cover Images, Future Image/Cover Images, Amy Sussman/Getty Images, Abaca Press/INSTARimages]
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