People.com Lifestyle Style The Most Popular Trends on the 2020 Golden Globes Red Carpet They should hand out trophies for the gown, jewelry and beauty trends that were the night's clear winners By Colleen Kratofil and Lauren Lieberman Lauren Lieberman Lauren Lieberman is the Senior Photo Editor of PEOPLE.com and EW.com. She has been with PEOPLE for more than a decade managing the online photo team, creating red carpet galleries, and producing signature online content. She graduated from NYU with a Bachelors in Communications. People Editorial Guidelines Published on January 6, 2020 01:08 AM Share Tweet Pin Email We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. 01 of 11 Red Hot Getty (4) These ladies (Nicole Kidman in Atelier Versace, Scarlett Johansson in Vera Wang Collection, Lauren Graham and Olivia Coleman in Emilia Wickstead) didn't all just wear matching fiery hues, they also chose dresses that had trains, ruffles or puff sleeves that took the look from hot to scorching. 02 of 11 Better from the Back Shutterstock (3); Getty Whether showing off bow detailing or a cape, necklace or nothing at all, these dresses each deserved another look as Saoirse Ronan (in Celine by Hedi Slimane), Naomi Watts (in Armani Privé and Tabayer earrings), Cate Blanchett (in Mary Katrantzou) and Gillian Anderson walked away. 03 of 11 Puff Sleeves Getty (4) Blame Little Women? This season, strong Victorian-style shoulders were super in-demand thanks to these rounded, ruffled designs seen on Kaitlyn Dever, Jodie Comer (in Mary Katrantzou), Bel Powley (in Miu Miu) and Dakota Fanning (in Dior Haute Couture). 04 of 11 Blend-in Belts Getty (5) At first glance it may seem like Gugu Mbatha-Raw (in Gucci), Charlize Theron (in Dior Haute Couture), Lucy Boynton (in Louis Vuitton), Lauren Graham (in red) and Jennifer Aniston's (in Dior Haute Couture) dresses have nothing in common, but if you look closely, each are styled with a belt that subtly blends into their design. 05 of 11 Soft Suits Getty (5) Some of the most dapper dudes on the carpet all got the same memo — velvet is in this season. Ansel Elgort chose navy Tom Ford, Mark Duplass wore a brown look from Strong Suit, Ryan Seacrest went with a blue-green option, Tony Shalhoub wore a double-breasted jacket and Chris Evans arrived in a burgundy corduroy Isaia suit. 06 of 11 Festive Hair Accessories Shutterstock; Getty (2) Lucy Boynton's hair pin, Rooney Mara's Givenchy flower crystal headband and Beanie Feldstein's BaubleBar headband (which is available for just $42!) each perfectly complement their silver, black lace and midnight blue gowns (respectively). 07 of 11 Black & White Getty (4) Zoë Kravitz (in Saint Laurent), Greta Gerwig (in Proenza Schouler), Joey King (in Iris Van Herpen) and Rachel Weisz (in Tom Ford) know that great style is sometimes as simple as black and white. 08 of 11 Blunt Bobs Getty (3) The most talked-about stars on the carpet (Greta Gerwig, Reese Witherspoon and Zoey Deutch) had the most popular hairstyle of the night — short straight strands tucked behind their ears. 09 of 11 Rounded Necklines Getty, Shutterstock (2); Getty Nicole Kidman (in Versace), Renée Zellweger (in Armani Privé), Ana de Armas (in Ralph & Russo) and Margot Robbie (in Chanel) all landed on our best dressed list, in part, thanks to their dress's elegant arched necklines. 10 of 11 Statement Necklaces Getty (3) These stars doubled up on the fun when it came to their jewels. Jennifer Aniston wore over 68 carats worth of diamonds in her double-strand vintage 1950s Cartier necklace from Fred Leighton. Jennifer Lopez's Harry Winston choker interlinks 21 emeralds and 56 diamonds. And Gwyneth Paltrow chose not one, but two Bulgari “High Jewelry Fiorever” necklaces. 11 of 11 Feeling Florals Getty (3) Whether loud and colorful (Kaitlyn Dever in Valentino and Taylor Swift in Etro Couture) or super subtle (Anna Paquin in Dior), floral prints bloomed on the carpet.