You are probably so confused by my top three best dressed at the Globes, but it's only because I am embracing the extremes. I love the sparkle and shine of Olivia's Marchesa dress, but Emma Stone's Calvin Klein dress is so simple, understated, and classic that I'm simply, in love. Diana Agron emulates true old-Hollywood glamour, and her whole look is just so pretty and representative of the night's trends, it had to go on my list.
Being that today is Martin Luther King Day, I feel like I should say "I have a dream"... and it involves this dress.
I am so smitten with this dress. Bravo Emma.
Straight out the gate and she aced it. She's so cherubic, she looks like she should be on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel or something.
My top three worst dressed come as a huge surprise to me. All of these women have had better days. Even though it was a slightly underwhelming night overall--everyone pretty much played it safe-- these ladies decided to abandon all reason (and taste). Shame .
You forgot something, January...the top of your dress, perhaps?
Apparently I spoke too soon when I said you can do no wrong, Michelle. Clearly, you can.
Yet again, you disappoint. Legit, what were you thinking when you picked this out. Yes, you do have two sleeves on this dress, but why are they both on one side of the dress?
(P.S. I did not include Helena Bonham-Carter in this list because she is a legend unto her own--I have no right to knock her.)