Golden Oldies


Well, as Meryl Streep won her twentieth golden globe the rest of the crowd went home empty handed, of course. JUST KIDDING. Some of these sad saps won what I like to call the actual best award of the night, best dressed. Here are my picks for best dressed of the night:


Rooney Mara in Nina Ricci

Emma Stone in Lanvin

Shailene Woodley in Marchesa

Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji

Ariel Winter in Dolce & Gabbana

More thoughts after the cut…

Rooney Mara in Nina Ricci was seriously so gorgeous. I know that everyone was hating on her stubby nub of a ponytail, but girl had to pretty much shave all her hair off for the role she was nominated for. I think Rooney is so gorgeous and I cannot even understand why people think her sister, Kate Mara, is prettier. BITCHES BE WRONG. Anyway, her black risque dress was something that I think Lisbeth Salander would wear if she was into fashion and not into being androgynous all the time.

Emma Stone in Lanvin was another great dress. I love that she’s wearing maroon/dark magenta with her red hair. Her makeup was stunning as well -smokey eyes in maroon/purple -LOVED IT. She always looks so cute and she really knows how to dress herself -this dress was a little risky but she pulled it off so well.

Shailene Woodley in Marchesa was a dream. She looked so amazing and adult. I loved her in The Descendants and I personally thought she should have won, but alas, Hollywood politics got in the way. Whatever. You can honestly never go wrong in Marchesa and I loved everything about this dress -the color, light LIGHT lavender off-white, the structure, kind of reminds me of Frank Lloyd Wright IDK, the drapeyness and the beading sparkly stuff.

Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji was also so drapey and light lavender -purple is definitely the new black. The dress fit her like a glove (take note Melissa McCarthy!) and she just looked stunning and girly. LOVE!

Lastly, Ariel Winter (the nerdy Alex from Modern Family) in Dolce & Gabbana. She looked so age appropriate and cute! Again, purple seemed to be the color of the night; the bright eggplant color looked so great on her.



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