Monday, January 17, 2011

Golden Globes 2011

For the east coast the Golden Globes have just finished showing at 11.  I quickly ran to my computer to show my personal picks for best and worst.  In no way do I plan to demean the designers or actresses by slandering their fashion, yet merely explain why it was or wasn't an appropriate choice for the current time and place.  Here it is beginning with my favorites.
Catherine Zeta-Jones
-gown- Monique Lhuillier
-jewelry- Van Cleef & Arpels
-shoes & clutch- Ferragamo
I believe she looks stunning, this forest green is gorgeous!
 Sandra Bullock
-gown- Jenny Packman
-shoes- Jimmy Choo
-clutch- VBH
This gown is gorgeous on her, when she walked across stage to present, the gown swayed and sparkled in such an elegant fashion.  The look is very glamorous.
 Amy Adams
-gown- Marchesa
-shoes- Brian Atwood
-jewelry- Cartier diamonds
What a fabulous color with her red hair, Amy always knows how to dress.
 Mila Kunis
-gown- Vera Wang
-clutch- Judith Leiber
This gown is great for her body type, she looks classy and absolutely stunning.  Green seemed to be the great choice for many who walked upon the red carpet.
 Scarlett Johansson
-gown- Elic Sabb
-shoes- Jimmy Choo
-jewelry- Van Cleef & Arpels
This is the definition of 1940's class.  I love how she brought a hint of that old Hollywood glamour to the Golden Globes.
 Angelina Jolie
-gown- Versace
-jewelry- Robert Procep
This dress makes a great statement without being over the top, it is simple, classy and a perfect choice for her body type and the golden globes.  I also appreciate the lack of cleavage, yet how the dress is still very beautiful and sexy. (I love the green once again.)
 Emma Stone
-gown- Calvin Klein
-jewelry- Van Cleef & Arples
-shoes- Ferragamo
I am such a big fan of Emma, but why she would pick a dress that camouflages her dress with her skin and hair is beyond me.  She has such a great figure and could have played that up with a slightly darker color.  The back also has a plunging neckline, so I am curious to see if that would change my mind, but still.
 Olivia Wilde
-gown- Marchesa
-jewelry- Tiffany & Co.
-shoes- Christian Louboutin (booties)
Where is the prom?  Though I love this dress, it was definitely not a good choice for the Golden Globes.  The gold booties that are hiding behind the tulle and sparkles, were not the greatest choice either.
 Halle Berry
-gown- Nina Ricci
-jewelry- Harry Winston
 This dress would be more appropriate to wear, well... some where else.  The Golden Globes is a classy event, not the time to experiment with a corset styled dress.  Next time go for the Glamour.
Though these are only a few of the best and worst.  If you want to check out the site where I gathered such great pictures and coverage of all things Golden Globes, check out

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