Golden Globes 2015: From Diane Kruger's Gown-to-Mini Moment to JLo's Second Ab-Baring Look, the Best Outfit Changes
Jennifer Lopez! Diane Kruger! Lorde! See the best afterparty outfit changes
For these stylish stars, one Golden Globes look wasn’t enough. Below, check out the boldest dress switch-ups from the night’s hottest afterparties. (Plus, don’t forget to check out our favorite looks from Hollywood’s star-studded event.)
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Diane Kruger: After making our best dressed list in her long, silvery Emilia Wickstead design at the award show, Kruger pulled a style 180°, changing into a black-and-white Giamba mini and sheer tights for InStyle magazine’s fête.
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: How do you top a plunging, beaded formal caftan? JLo manages to, stepping out of her fearless Zuhair Murad caped design and into a white cutout gown that showed off her crazy-toned obliques (plus, a fur stole and matching white pumps!). She also pulled her hair up (and lost some of those extensions) for a high ponytail look, which she called “afterparty Barbie.”
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: The actress was on a fashion streak Sunday night. First, she stepped out in a brocade Alexander McQueen bustier design, accessorized with a metallic belt, statement drop danglers and some pretty white flowers in her hair. At the Weinstein Company and Netflix afterparty, she went for a less bridal look in a strapless, pleated purple Gucci Première gown which showed off her décolletage (and some leg thanks to that slit!).
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Lorde: The 18-year-old went from a formal crop top to another formal crop top, switching out of her black Narciso Rodriguez sexy suit look into an identical white midriff-barer. But her glam red lip stayed the same. The star stepped away from her go-to goth pout for a more classic look. (Get the breakdown here.)
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: We thought the navy, curve-hugging Zac Posen design she hit the red carpet in was a personal best for the star. And we kind of wish she left it on. But for InStyle magazine’s soiree, the star switched into a more casual white-to-black ombré design by Monique Lhuillier with a flowy, strapless silhouette.
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