SAG Awards 2017: The Biggest Risk Takers on the Red Carpet
We can appreciate Salma for bringing a bright hue to the carpet, but the ruffle neckline, oversize flower and pink ribbon sash of her Gucci gown ensured she'd be noticed even without opting for canary yellow.
There was no way you could miss Nicole on the carpet – because if the bright emerald sequins on her Gucci gown didn't catch your eye, you certainly couldn't miss the parrots perched on her fringe sleeves.
Kate was relatively covered up in her Dior sequin gown … so naturally she had to throw in a few sexy accents including her abs-baring cutouts and exposed Dior-logo undies to liven up the look.
Naomie is never one to shy away from a fashion-forward look. Case in point? Eschewing a gown for a striped Lanvin top and matching wide-leg trouser.
Whether or not you're a fan of Natalie's Dior Haute Couture puff-sleeve tunic dress, we can all agree it's definitely a comfortable choice. (And comfort is Natalie's maternity red carpet style motto.)
Janelle loves wearing whimsical outfits, but she may have gone a step too far with the ruffled collar and matching wrist bands on her flirty Chanel midi dress.
There's airy and ethereal, and then there's "just finished playing Wood Nymph No. 4 in A Midsummer Night's Dream." Kaley (in Marchesa) treads that line very delicately.
There are still two week to go before the skin-baring Grammys red carpet, but the Orange Is the New Black actress gave us a preview with her plunigng, backless, thigh-high gown.
Stars have been trying to make pants-gowns the hot new trend for 2017, but did Danielle's Christian Siriano embroidered cap-sleeve top and wide-leg pant convince you?
It's your call whether Michelle's candy-striped dress is a sweet pick or simply sugar overload.
A high collar neckline plus dramatic shoulder cutouts, thigh-high slit and perky topknot equals a whole lot of trends in one look.
We love a good dramatic cape moment on the red carpet, but the Captain Fantastic actress's bright red oversize accessory may be a bit more Little Red Riding Hood than red carpet winner.