January 14, 2013

Golden Globes 2013

A look at some of the best dressed at the Golden Globes (aka that boozy award show my BFF and I cracked jokes at fellow celebs at for several televised hours) hah...

Anne Hathaway in Chanel wins best dressed in my book. So simple and chic.

Lots of not so basic black with embellishments on Adele, Salma Hayek and Kate Hudson

Emily Blunt, Nicole Kidman and Kristen Wiig in peek-a-boo...I see you numbers

Kerry Washington and Rachel Weisz also in very trendy short/long half sheer dresses. 

A bunch of classic red beauties on Zooey Deschanel, Jennifer Garner and Jennifer Lawrence

Usually opposite sides of the fashion spectrum Lena Dunham and T-Swift both rocked raisin (or is it brown?) colored gowns...very classic...except Lena's short hair is no Anne Hathaway.

More not so basic black on a very mixed bag of celebs. Sofia Vergara. Helena Bonham Carter (I want your Lulu Guinness bag) and NeNe Leakes. 

Slightly on the fence about the floral frocks. While I like Sienna's look (would have been better as a column dress), the two piece getup is very "my first non frilly party dress" for a flat chested twelve year old and Lucy Liu looks like she is wearing a Mario Buatta room on her bod...not so great...
What do you think. Love them or leave the florals in the garden?


  1. I agree, Anne Hathaway looks simple yet stunning. She also has the most amazing and flawless skin. However, she looked too skinny. I understand she needs to lose weight for her role as Fantine in Les Miserables but I think it's time to bring back those lost pounds.

    -Gwyn Stiles

  2. These ladies looks gorgeous, but for me the sexiest of them all is Salma Hayek. Though her gown is really simple, her figure stood out because she's the bustier of the bunch. If I were to have breast augmentation, I'd definitely make her my model.

    -Bethany Morrison

  3. What happened to Nicole Kidman's face? She's already 40 plus year old right? She should have a few wrinkles already, but looks like she had a plastic surgery or something.

    -Lawrence Banks