The 77th Annual Golden Globes in Los Angeles is a night for the world’s biggest tv and movie stars competing for attention by using their fashion attire to do. It is really the real reason why most only watches the Golden Globes year after year is because of the fashion. There were tons of stunning gowns, with some hideous frocks that should have never been worn or created. Just because it’s awards season, doesn’t mean everyone can be winners.
Here are this year fashion hits and misses as we step onto the first major red carpet of the roaring ’20s. This time, a new category is added— WTF!, which is just horrendous on so many levels. See which stars shined or missed the mark in the list below.
Scarlett Johansson radiates in custom red Vera Wang collection gown featured a boldly plunging neckline, a dramatic oversized bow at the back and a long skirt train.
Zoey Deutch shine in a sunny yellow Fendi Couture silk wool jumpsuit featured a deep V-neck, long dramatic sleeves, and wide-legged pants that made it look like it was an A-line dress. This show-stopping piece was complete with diamonds and blue-stoned jewels from Harry Winston.
Billy Porter shows everyone how it is done. Wearing a custom shimmery white silk tuxedo jacket from by Alex Vinash, it featured a dramatic full feathery train. Porter paired the look with a white button-down shirt, white pants, and matching Jimmy Choo boots.
Ana de Armas for her first Golden Globes kept it simple in this drop-dead gorgeous custom midnight blue strapless sequin ballgown with bow belt by Ralph & Russo. Bonus points that this beauty gown had pockets.
Nicole Kidman could make wearing red on the red carpet look exquisite. The star dazzled in a custom Atelier Versace strapless gown that featured a a thigh-high slit and dramatic train.
Gillian Anderson wows in a sleek white gown from Safiyaa that featured a half asymmetric cape detail and half sleeveless style. The gown was classically simple due to the fitted column-style skirt with the v-shaped back side featuring a diamond necklace backlace, making for a glamorous statement.
Shailene Woodley showed some leg in a high-shine blue and black custom Balmain halter gown with dramatic thigh-high slit. It featured a thin halter-style neckline ending in a circular design before giving way to the blue and black sequined gown.
Jennifer Aniston sticked to simple yet elegant in a black strapless Dior Haute Couture ballgown. From the ruffled neckline to that gorgeous flowing skirt, this gown is what Golden Globes fashion should be all about.
Charlize Theron popped on the carpet with a vibrant lime green one-shoulder Dior Haute Couture gown with a black strapless bustier and long black cape cascading behind her on the left side of the gown.
Margot Robbie is, indeed, a Bombshell in this simple in a Chanel Haute Couture. It featured an embroidered multicolor, metallic bustier top with a long skirt in ivory satin crepe.
Jennifer Lopez is known to have the most iconic red carpet looks for the past 20 years. It was her infamous Versace dress she wore at the 2000 Grammys led to the creation of Google’s image search. All eyes were on JLo and this year, she beyond disappointed everyone. The Hustlers star wore a white Valentino gown that featured a huge gold and emerald green bow embellishments that was front and center. The disappointing gown looked like it was made from leftover Christmas wrapping paper and bows all put together into one. It was the gift that added her to the worst dressed list.
Taylor Swift attempted to stand out in navy and yellow silk floral ball gown by Etro was overall a complete fail. The floral gown featured a keyhole cut-out at the waist, an open back and a long dramatic train flowing behind. The print of this gown was just an eyesore.
Zoë Kravitz is seeing spots! Clashing polka dots is definitely fashion, but not red carpet fashion. The actress wore a black and white Saint Laurent dotted look, featuring an off-the-shoulder ruffled top with a high-waisted column skirt with larger polka dots. These two types of polka dots just didn’t pair well together.
Salma Hayek looked more like mismatch ensemble that was put together in the dark. Wearing a Gucci gown that featured a dangerously low-cut blue bodice and silky cream skirt with a thigh-high slit, it was just a weird looking gown and there was nothing elegant about it.
Cate Blanchett had too much going on with this yellow gown by Mary Katrantzou. The gown featured a butterfly shell sleeves, a jeweled harness-style cutout bustier, and a tiered skirt. This whole gown was just a fashion faux pas.
Sienna Miller wore a golden Gucci gown that featured a halter neckline and cut-out accent. The worst part of this gown was the three different hues of fabric put together to make this mess of a gown.
Jodie Comer strangely shaped gown was not flattering whatsoever. The “Killing Eve” star sported this Mary Katrantzou green gown with a high neck, ruffled sleeves and a full skirt. While the color stood out for the right reason, it was the cut and style of this dress that stood out for all the wrong reason.
Kerry Washington sends shockwaves through the carpet in her risky choice. Washington wore Altuzarra blazer, worn with a connecting body chain underneath in lieu of a shirt and high-slit skirt. Despite receiving both good and bad reviews, the reason it is in the WTF category was the choice of pairing this jaw-dropping number with a thigh-high slit instead of tuxedo pants. The skirt just gave it all an underwhelming look.
Kaitlyn Dever in Valentino. This floral puff-sleeved gown was painful to look thanks to the complicated floral pattern and its embellished sleeves. Say no to florals for a red carpet look.
Lucy Boynton gown resembled the Tin Man from the Wizard of Oz with a metallic Louis Vuitton gown. From the high neck, to the midi sleeves and the pleated skirt, what destroyed the whole gown was the added embellished lace detail.
Joey King wore a structural Iris Van Herpen design that was all wrong. From the high neck to the bare shoulders and the super dramatic sleeves, what destroyed it was the detailing of this mini dress. It featured wavy black and white lines that resembled static, and looked very much like an optical illusion. Maybe if this a full length gown, the design probably could have been pulled off.
Gwyneth Paltrow see-through gown left far too little to the imagination. The scandalous sheer brown gown from Fendi exposed her bra and underwear that featured a number of unflattering ruffles. The color, the over sheer exposure and the ruffles wins the nomination for the ugliest dress that has ever appeared in the Golden Globes.
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