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HELEN MIRREN, 1997
While she often opts for glamorous gowns these days, Helen once arrived in a double-breasted suit jacket, with black skirt, knee-high boots and a feathery fascinator.
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ALLISON JANNEY, 2001
The West Wing nominee traded her character's power suits for a strapless green gown with long train and matching wreath necklace for her 2001 Golden Globes debut.
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ELISABETH MOSS, 2009
Elisabeth channeled her Mad Men character at the time, wearing a vintage-inspired cap-sleeve A-line dress with pouffy pleated skirt and peep-toe heels.
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MERYL STREEP, 1989
30 nominations later, and Meryl still shines as brightly as she did in her gold suit and oversize jewelry at the 1989 show.
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MARGOT ROBBIE, 2014
The I,Tonya star first walked the carpet wearing a plunging white gown with blue embellishments and a thigh-high slit.
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REESE WITHERSPOON, 2000
The star's style is still as classic and ladylike as her look from the 2000 awards show, when she arrived with then-husband Ryan Phillippe in a strapless black ballgown.
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JESSICA BIEL, 2007
She's nominated for the first time this year for her role in The Sinner, but she's been a regular on the carpet for over a decade, since she arrived in 2007 wearing a shimmery silver spaghetti-strap gown.
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MARY J. BLIGE, 2007
You can't find a red carpet outfit as classic as the Mudbound nominee, who attended the show in 2007 wearing a strapless, pleated red gown with a wreath necklace and elegant updo.
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JESSICA CHASTAIN, 2012
The Molly's Game star made her first appearance for her nomination in The Help wearing a beaded high-neck gown and bouffant hairstyle.
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NICOLE KIDMAN, 1992
The only thing that's changed about Nicole's stellar style since 1992 is her arm candy (she's now married to Keith Urban).
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EMMA STONE, 2011
Emma was nominated for Easy A in 2011 and easily walked away as one of the best dressed of the night in her cap-sleeve apricot Calvin Klein Collection dress and platinum blonde hair.
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LAURA DERN, 1992
Laura went with a festive mini dress featuring an embellished bodice and oversize bow when she snagged her first nomination in 1992.
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SUSAN SARANDON, 1989
Susan made a statement when she arrived with Tim Robbins wearing a plunging black dress and luxe oversize fur coat to celebrate her nomination for Bull Durham.
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MICHELLE WILLIAMS, 2006
The strapless, tiered Givenchy gown that the star wore for her nomination in Brokeback Mountain set the stage for a pattern of feminine, classic awards show attire.
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SAOIRSE RONAN, 2016
Though she snagged her first nomination in 2008, she attended for the first time in 2016 wearing a sophisticated white V-neck gown with attached cape.
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SHAILENE WOODLEY, 2012
Shailene made an elegant debut for her nomination for The Descendants wearing a strapless lavender column gown with all-over ruche detail.
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OCTAVIA SPENCER, 2012
Octavia attended her first Golden Globes (and won for The Help!) wearing a classic off-the-shoulder ruched lavender gown with silver embellishments.
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CHRISSY METZ, 2017
The two-time nominee said she felt "like a movie star" when she attended for the first time last year in a plunging purple gown with silver embellishment.
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MICHELLE PFEIFFER, 1990
Michelle took home the Globe for her role in The Fabulous Baker Boys wearing a simple cap-sleeve black gown and ponytail.
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CLAIRE FOY, 2017
Claire chose a standout sparkly metallic V-neck gown with pouffy sleeves when she attended for her first nomination for The Crown in 2017.
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MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL, 2003
The star arrived for her nomination for Secretary wearing a high-neck lace dress with flared, pleated hem and pink bow tied at the waist.
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