Golden Globes Risk Takers
ZOË'S EMBELLISHMENT OVERLOAD
Well, no one can accuse of choosing a boring dress. Incidentally, pretty much every other word besides boring can be used to describe this busy Prabal Gurung midi.
While it practically goes against our religion to call into question a blinged-out necklace, especially a carat-heavy one from Lorraine Schwartz, we’re still wondering why decided to deck our her neck with this particular piece of jewelry.
JESSICA'S BLOWN-BACK HAIR
Hey, we get it. When you’re in a limo, it’s tempting to open the sunroof, pop out the top and feel the wind in your hair. Just a tip, , maybe do that on the limo ride home from the awards show next time.
You know how style editors here feel about Dior ensemble, but now it’s time for you to weigh in on her unexpected red carpet separates.
KERRY'S BUMP FRAME
Not only did she refer to her burgeoning belly as a great accessory, but Washington also chose a Balenciaga gown that put the focus right on it, as opposed to hiding it as many pregnant women do.
We’re not the only ones intrigued by the furry top half of Williams’s Alexander McQueen gown. Even stopped on the red carpet to stroke the Girls star, perhaps mistaking her for someone’s pet.
Everyone knows these flowers have no place in a bouquet, but Bejo (in Giambattista Valli) seems to feel that they work just fine on a dress.
For someone who’s gone out in public in a mesh tank and no bra, this Zac Posen probably seems understated, but the first word to pop into our heads was loud.
She didn’t pop it, but still took a risk by wearing a collared top-cum-gown by Dolce & Gabbana.