Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Golden Globes Hits and Misses

It's award season time, and that means talking Hollywood fashion and beauty! I love seeing all the new trends that Celebrities are wearing and how that translates to the whole bridal realm.
During the night, I saw a lot of Mermaid/Fishtail silhouettes. Kelly Osbourne in Zac Posen, Amy Adams in Marchesa, Hayden Panettiere in Roberto Cavalli, Megan Fox in Dolce and Gabbana, and Sarah Hyland in Max Azria to name a few.

A major hair trend was the side swept loose curls. Rachel Weisz, Isla Fisher, and Heidi Klum all did the side do. However, I love the way Jessica Alba pulled it off. Effortless beauty. 

Jennifer Lawrence looked stunning in her structured red gown by Dior Haute Couture. The A-line silhouette is always a classic look. Her hair is definitely going to be a bridal trend this year! It had such great twisted texture all pinned in a soft chignon at the nape of her neck. 
Julianne Hough was another win for me, but ONLY in her dress she wore to the InStyle after party. She looked so elegant and classy, yet her hair added a little edginess. Jennifer and Julianne definitely pulled together a young, fresh Hollywood glamour. 
Another fave was Kate Hudson. While I think she's outright gorgeous, some critics are saying her hair should have had a little more structure. I personally loved her hair as a loose, free blow-out because it added softness to her Alexander McQueen gown. 
Besides Kate Hudson's blow-out, I did not like the care free hair of Claire Danes, Hayden Panettiere, Sarah Hyland, and Selena Gomez. 
Honestly, I love Taylor Swift, but this has to be her worst look yet. The deep plum Donna Karan was not doin it for me. She looked so much older than she really is. And I really think it was the hair that did it in. She has such beautiful hair, and having it all pulled back in a somewhat sleek look just did not look pleasant. 
A few others are Anne Hathaway and Sienna Miller. Both dresses were not flattering at all! And the fabric of Sienna's dress?! 

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