Jan 15

Golden Globes 2014 Trends

This year’s eagerly awaited Golden Globes Awards saw the world’s most prestigious fashion designers showcase their Spring/Summer 2014 collection on Hollywood`s bold and beautiful. The red carpet flourished with dazzling gowns ranging from pale classics and bold blues to monochrome styles and black showstoppers. Here are the top three trends from this year’s awards.

Ladies in Red
These daring divas made no attempt to blend in with the crowd wearing these bright, beautiful red gowns. Styles included plunging necklines and halters to off the shoulder pieces; however most stars kept it simple with minimal jewellery and little or no accessories. Could one or two of our stars have benefited from a little neck jewellery here and there or perhaps a plush little evening bag? Hmm…We think so. Designers of our ladies in red from left to right – June Squibb in Tadashi Shoji, Amy Adams in Valentino, Lupita Nyong’o in Ralph Lauren, Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Narciso Rodriguez and Julie Delpy in Romona Keveza.

Golden Globes - Red Dresses


Plunging Necklines

Cleavage dominated the red carpet this year with brave beauties bearing all for the cameras. Our favourite stars who took the plunge for the awards were, far left: Kate Mara in a stunning silver dress by J. Mendel, far right: Wolf of Wall Street star Margot Robbie in a white striking Gucci gown,however Amy Adams stole the show by bringing American Hustle to life on the red carpet; she wore her character`s trademark deep plunging neckline designed by the vivacious Valentino. We think Adam`s could have added a little more pizazz to her look by accessorising the simple-style dress. An elegantly embellished clutch such as this chic evening bag would have added nicely to her Hollywood glamour style.

oldne Globes Silver Dresses

Black Showstoppers

Who ever said black was boring? This year’s Golden Globes couldn’t have proved them more wrong! Stars in black dominated the carpet in extravagant ballroom-style pieces, fishtail, delicate net detailing and stunning sequins. Cameras went wild for stars such as Cate Blanchett who sported a fabulously gothic look in luxe black lace Armani, Emma Roberts who embodied elegance in an Old-Hollywood fishtail-style, striking dress by Lanvin, and Sofia Vergara (bottom right) wowed the red carpet in an extravagant, speaks-for-itself, ballroom-style Zac Posen gown. With the star`s all-important evening bags nowhere in sight, we can only wonder if the missing accessories did justice to their glamorous, show-stopping gowns.

Golden Globes Black Dresses

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