Sunday, 12 January 2014

Predictions for the 2014 Golden Globes: What Should The Hottest Stars Wear?

Style savants, we are hours away from the first megawatt awards show of the year: the Golden Globes. Sure, it's exciting to see whether 12 Years a Slave will beat The Wolf of Wall Street, but aren't you just a tad excited for the phenomenal fashion? A little too excited? It's okay, you're not alone. We fashion nerds take the red carpet very seriously. Will Lena Dunham turn heads in Miuccia's zany Prada prints again or opt for a classic dress? Yes, this is one of the many sartorial questions we lose sleep over. Before we face reality on the red carpet, guessing what each superstar will wear is sort of a hobby. Check out my Golden Globe fashion predictions.

Jennifer Lawrence in Christian Dior Couture Fall 2013
Let's be honest, will anyone be surprised if Jennifer Lawrence wears Christian Dior to the Golden Globes? Exactly. Instead of throwing on a princess dress (as she did last year to approximately every awards show), why not opt for a punky number? The column silhouette is relatively tame while the sequined fripperies is worthy of any A-Lister's stamp of approval. Wouldn't this fun dress look major with Jennifer's pixie cut? Exactly.
Amy Adams in Badgley Mischka Pre-Fall 2014
If you've seen American Hustle, you know Amy Adams was pretty major as the  manipulative Sydney Prosser, and you also know that the costumes were pretty fabulous. How amazing would it be if Amy Adams paid homage to her groovy character in this sapphire creation? The deep v-neck is so reminiscent of a Diane Von Furstenberg wrap  dress and the color will look gorgeous with her strawberry blonde locks. I don't know about you,but I'm feeling a best dressed contender.
Allison Williams in Nina Ricci Pre-Fall 2014
Based on her previous dress choices, there's one thing the Girls starlet isn't afraid of: color.  As a quick reminder, she sported forest green to the 2012 Emmys and cobalt blue to the same award show the following year. Translation? Predicting she'll wear yet another bold color is rational. Though the ruffled details are more girly than her usual aesthetic,  it's a necessary risk she should take. After all, isn't she a hop, skip, and jump way from being a sartorially boring celebrity? Exactly. Plus, the otherwise dull shape will complement her
 lean frame. 
Julia Louis Dreyfus in Monique Lhuillier Pre-Fall 2014
It's a big day for Julia Louis Dreyfus: she has nominations for both "Best Actress in a Musical or  Comedy"  and  "Best Actress in a TV Comedy." Normally, this calls for a major fashion moment; however, the funny lady always plays it smart wit her style choices. More times than not,  she'll sport a column dress in a neutral or metallic. Boring? Definitely. But, as an established comedian, she has a right to play it safe. In short, this dress is right up her alley. The black sequins are gorgeous, not to mention the sweetheart neckline will subtly spice up her standard ensemble.
Lupita Nyong'o in J.Mendel Pre-Fall 2014
The 12 Years a Slave starlet is a must-watch, both on and off the screen. In addition to her critically-acclaimed portrayal of Patsey, her killer style has been admired by glossies such as Vogue.  Not only would this draped number work perfectly with her relaxed, yet high-impact, M.O., this light pink will look amazing with her complexion. Obsessed.
Julia Roberts in Vionnet Pre-Fall 2014
If you take a walk down memory lane, you'll notice that Julia Roberts usually opts for a classic dress with a twist. She resists color, and that's okay. With a sleek chignon, this Vionnet creation would be perfect. The silhouette and sleeves are extremely age appropriate while that open back offers a true red carpet moment.
Kerry Washington in Ralph Lauren Pre-Fal 2014
Whether she's in a kitschy Stella McCartney frock or modern Rodarte number, the Scandal star is always ready to try a new  something new. Not only will this delicious grey look absolutely stunning with her complexion, the languid silhouette and detailed bodice would be something completely different for the actress. Ideally, she would complement this dress minimal accessories and a messy updo.
Lena Dunham in Erdem Pre-Fall 2014
Months later, I still hate her Emmys dress choice. The parachute-esque Prada with the stringy hair and raccoon eyes was a bonafide mess. So please, Lena, take my advice this year? The structured silhouette will bring the GIrls mastermind back to her glory days of Wes Gordon and regal Prada. The print may seem a little intimidating at first, but it's about time the funny woman has a lady in red moment.  With minimal jewels and slicked back hair, this look will have fashion critics' jaws dropping.

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