The Golden Globe Awards 2011- Steal The Looks

17 Jan

We’re into awards season now which can only mean one thing… ogling lots of lovely dresses on the red carpet.

We always have fun checking out the winners and losers on the red carpet, but this year at the Golden Globes there were so many fantastic dresses that it was hard to really pick any losers, perhaps some were a bit on the boring side. What we did see were a lot of clear trends and it’ll be interesting to see wether those trends carry on throughout the rest of the red carpets.

Going Green with envy

Like her or loathe her, Angelina Jolie is always glamourous on the red carpet. She, along with Mila Kunis and Catherine Zeta-Jones were all sporting some gorgeous green dresses.

Angelina Jolie Golden Globes 2011

Jolie with her sequinned Versace dress


Mila Kunis Golden Globes 2011

Mila Kunis, who's starring in Black Swan alongside Natalie Portman

Elizabeth Moss Golden Globes 2011

Mad Men's Elizabeth Moss carrying on the trend

I can’t get my hands on a Vera Wang or a Versace alas, but there are these alternate dresses for all occasions if you want to go green too.

Kill two trends at once with this maxi dress, at bargain price too!

Asos emerald maxi

Knitted Maxi Dress, £22, ASOS

You can find this peter pan collared dress online here.

Urban Outfitters Body Con

Velvet Body Con, £45, Urban Outfitters

Barry M also do a great shade of green in their nail paints. I have Racing Green and I love it.

Putting the Red into red carpet

The red dress is something we’ve always loved here and it seems Mad Men co-stars have been sharing style tips as they both ended up in some drop dead red dresses.

January Jones Golden Globes 2011

January Jones grabbing the limelight on the carpet. Wowee!


Christina Hendricks Golden Globes 2011

Even Johnny Depp can't keep his eyes off Christina Hendricks

There are so many red dresses around. If you’re on a budget you could try this short chiffon dress from ASOS.

ASOS red chiffon drape dress

One shoulder chiffon drape, £45, ASOS

If you’ve got some more cash to splash and want a truly red carpet dress, then Coast have got this maxi.


Coast red maxi

Red bandeau maxi, £160, Coast

Pretty in  Pastels

The most popular shades on the carpet seemed to be pastels, blush pinks and nudes. Each dress had something different to offer than the last though, but my favourites were Megan Fox and Michelle Williams, who looked uber cute with her crop.

Megan Fox Golden Globes 2011

Megan Fox in Armani Prive


Michelle Williams Golden Globes 2011

Michelle Williams not such a Blue Valentine in this gown


Sandra Bullock Golden Globes 2011

Sandra Bullock also looked amazing. Love that hair!

You can emulate those tones with these dresses:


Topshop rare

Rosette trim dress by Rare, £34, Topshop

Miss Selfridge

Lace dress, £45, Miss Selfridge


Satin pleat dress, £40, A|Wear

So that’s our little taster of what was on the red carpet at this year’s Golden Globes. What was your favourite outfit of the night?



4 Responses to “The Golden Globe Awards 2011- Steal The Looks”

  1. Nell January 17, 2011 at 10:42 pm #

    OMG what is Michelle Williams wearing :|

  2. Chloe January 18, 2011 at 10:44 am #

    How could you forget Scarlett Johansson? She looked amazing!

  3. Sherin January 18, 2011 at 1:35 pm #

    I loved all the green as well. Mila Kunis looked gorgeous. And I’m in awe of Sandra Bullock. She looks stunning.

  4. Nicola January 19, 2011 at 5:22 pm #

    I don’t like January Jones’ boob holders on her dress and Michelle Williams’ WTF piece, but all the others- hot stuff! x

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