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Carrie said her ruffled bubblegum pink gown (with Yoko London gems) made her feel "girly" … and considering it looks like she borrowed it from Barbie's dream closet, we don't blame her.
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Some may think Heidi's zig-zag black and white J. Mendel midi dress (with Giuseppe Zanotti Design shoes) was perfectly put-together, but others were definitely left, well, puzzled.
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There were a lot of confusing cutout sleeves on the red carpet, but only the Game of Thrones star's Louis Vuitton brought three polarizing trends into one gown: shoulder pads, sheer accents and cutouts.
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Black and white polka dots have been a particular staple of Janelle's award circuit style, but her sequined high-low Armani Privé two-piece gown with black netting (plus Forevermark jewelry, Jimmy Choo and Giuseppe Zanotti Design heels) reads a bit more Cruella de Vil than cutesy trend-setter.
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Jessica made up for the lack of fabric up top of her daringly plunging gown with a blanket-style, floral appliqué skirt of her Elie Saab gown (with Salvatore Ferragamo shoes and Neil Lane jewelry).
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Olivia brought high art with her hand-painted floral motif Zuhair Murad couture ballgown, but as for high style? That's for you to decide.
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SARAH JESSICA PARKER
Wearing a wedding gown on the red carpet will certainly get you noticed, but when you pair that with a Princess Leia-like, milkmaid hairstyle, you get one wildy wacky look.
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Keri's J. Mendel gown certainly walked on the wild side, between the cheetah print, tiered layers and flowy cape-style sleeves.
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There are very few people who can pull off an Alexander McQueen completely-embellished, sheer gown with ruffled train, and even fewer who would dare bring back pouffy '80s arm warmers. But that person is Nicole Kidman.
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It's your call whether Drew's winged-sleeve sparkly Monique Lhuillier gown takes flight or doesn't get off the ground.
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Felicity's Gucci gown was designed with a sophisticated visual illusion "trompe l’oeil" detailing on the bodice, but all we're seeing is the dress version of the "tuxedo T-shirt."
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Well, there was definitely no risk of exposing her "hooha" this time around in her Marchesa gown with large fishtail.
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EVAN RACHEL WOOD
This year was the year of the lady suit at the Golden Globes, as evidenced by Evan Rachel who wanted to show young girls that dresses "aren't requirements" and pay homage to Marlene Dietrich and David Bowie in an Altuzarra custom tuxedo.
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The actor stood out among a sea of black tuxedos on the red carpet for his tobacco velvet Gucci suit, and was certainly unmissable inside the show too after taking home the best actor in a TV series, musical or comedy for Atlanta.