The Best Style Moments from Nominated SAG Awards Shows and Movies
The Cast of Big Little Lies
Their homes are gorgeous, their school drop-off outfits are designer, but it was the ladies of Monterey's commitment to their Audrey Hepburn costumes at the local school fundraiser that will go down as the chicest moments on the show.
Tonya Harding in I, Tonya
Seeing Tonya's rhinestone-bedazzled costumes and scrunchies is like looking into a time capsule of the '90s and reminded us that her on-ice outfits are almost as legendary as her performances.
Eleven in Stranger Things
Eleven rocked a sweet babydoll pink dress in season 1, but she got a 180° makeover with season 2’s "bitchin'" new look: slicked-back hair, boyfriend jeans, oversize blazer and black eyeliner.
Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown
When the most stylish First Lady in history (Jacqueline Kennedy - then Bouvier) visited Buckingham Palace, the Queen prioritized style over comfort to squeeze into her ruched royal blue ball gown — and it totally paid off.
Zoya the Destroya in Glow
A new SAG Awards category needs to be created for the sheer glamour of Zoya's '80s bouffant.
Lady Bird in Lady Bird
While Lady Bird's trying to find the best version of herself in the film, she did find the best prom dress possible that's equal parts sophisticated (with that A-line design) and sweet (with that bedazzled skirt).
Tommy Wiseau in Disaster Artist
The only thing more puzzling than Tommy's accent (or background or ability to chug Red Bulls at record speeds) is his personal style. We may never understand why he loves dyeing his hair jet-black or wearing multiple belts, but we certainly appreciate that he found his signature style and is whole-heartedly sticking to it.
Joan Crawford and Bette Davis in Feud: Joan and Bette
The Ryan Murphy series brought back some good old Hollywood glamour alongside some good old Hollywood feuding.