Working in Fashion, I’m automatically drawn to Red Carpet style and who’s wearing what. And while it’s not exactly normal minimalist behavior, it’s something I love.
There’s always a variety of silhouettes and fabrications, and the 2017 Golden Globes were no exception.
Below is my Best Dressed list for this years’ first major awards show. Because after all- a late Best Dressed list is better than none at all.
Why? An old Hollywood glam look from head to toe. I’m not normally one for simple sweetheart necklines on a glamorous red carpet, but this dress nailed it.
Why? The color. The style. The shape. She made a statement and I see some knock-offs in Michael Kors’ future.
Why? Navy will never go out of style. Adding a plunging neckline, sheer shoulder detail and a cape makes this is a A+ in my book.
Why? Power to the woman not wearing a dress. It’s masculine and elegant with a flared leg and bow neck detail.
Why? She stayed true to her bohemian style with the perfect amount of sheer and a little bit of shine.
Why? In true Jackie fashion, she’s perfectly poised but makes a statement with color.
Why? I’m not usually a fan of big pink ball gowns, But her dark tonal hair and makeup compliment the lace blush dress perfectly.
Why? Subtly sexy and classic with a plunging neckline and all-over black sparkle.
Why? Another princess-inspired gown but with sheer cut outs to make it just edgy enough. Though, I could have done without the sleeves.
Of course there was a not-so-best-dressed list, but we’re here to talk about the positives.
I think the key to fashion, casual or dressy, is to feel confident in whatever you put on. For me, it’s cotton knit swing dresses. They’re easy, comfortable and can be dressed up or down throughout the year. They wouldn’t exactly make the cut on the Red Carpet- so I guess it’s a good thing I’m not attending any upcoming awards shows.