The 2013 Golden Globes: The Good, The Bad, The WTF


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The Golden Globes are one of the most epic awards shows of the season. The only night bigger than the Globes is the Oscars, of course. While it’s great that awards in entertainment are the premise of these fabulous evenings, it’s obvious that they’re really all about the red carpet fashion. Having a flawless red carpet look is even more important than actually winning an award, or being nominated, for that matter. The Globes are full of glamour, surprise, and unfortunately, just as many fashion faux pas as amazing ensemble moments. Lucky for you, I’ve compiled a list of the good, the bad, and the insulting.

The Best

5. Lea Michele

The “Glee” star wowed us all in Elie Saab on Sunday night. She’s nowhere near my favorite Hollywood starlet, but she’s definitely been making a lot of great choices on the red carpet lately. The Eli Saab gown was a good choice for the actress, because it perfectly accentuated her petite frame. I also loved her understated hair and her neutral makeup look, because she let her look center around the dress. It was simple, it was gorgeous, and it definitely worked.

4. Kate Hudson

The mother of two looked absolutely flawless in Alexander McQueen. I loved her gown because it was edgy, and just risky enough to make a statement. Hudson stuck to a form-fitting design that flattered her body in every way. What I loved the most about Hudson’s look was that she kept her accessories simple and let the dress speak for itself. I do wish is that Kate had gone for a simple updo, though, as opposed to letting her blonde blowout compete with the neckline details of her dress.

3. Naomi Watts

Watts embodied the idea that you don’t have to go over the top to look stunning. Everything about her look was simple and chic, and that’s why she looked so incredible. Her burgundy Zac Posen gown was a work of art in itself. I loved the sweeping train and the keyhole detail. I think Watts looked so phenomenal because she dressed her age. The 44-year-old was glamorous without going over the top. By keeping her accessories minimal and her hair simple, she absolutely killed it.

2. Jessica Alba

Jessica always looks beautiful, and the Golden Globes were no exception. Alba looked phenomenal in an Oscar de la Renta mermaid gown. The color complimented her skin perfectly, and the strapless neckline looked gorgeous with her tiered diamond necklace. Alba gave us Old Hollywood glamour. She completed her look with long, wavy hair and relatively neutral makeup.

1. Heidi Klum

Heidi absolutely KILLED IT last night in Alexandre Vauthier. She definitely took a risk in wearing a blinding white gown with a slit, This look could have made her look like either a Vegas cocktail waitress or an absolute bombshell. Luckily, Klum gave us all red carpet perfection from her shiny blonde waves down to her trendy, gold, pointy heels.



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  1. -26

    I think Kate Hudson looked stunning in her Alexander McQueen gown and Emily Mortimer deserved a WTF look with her all silver sequin gown

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      Veronica Ruckh

      you have NO idea my frustration with this. We are trying to use Associated Press photos for all celebrity pics now, and the ones that are better resolution have watermarks throughout the whole thing. You can click where the pics came from and see what I mean. I tried my best to get around it, I’ll figure out the best system eventually.

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  2. -28

    I agree with the the previous comment. And Jennifer Lawrence deserves a spot on The Best, she was so fierce. Then again I would be too if I had two Oscar nominations and a Golden Globe by 22.

    ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 3 years ago