The Best Trends from The Golden Globes
The Golden Globes is the official start of the 2019 Awards Season and always a great place to look for upcoming trends. The mix of TV and movie stars shined bright on the red carpet rocking pale pastels, rich jewel tones and lots of bling. Here are our favorite trends and how you can translate them to your own upcoming events.
Lady Gaga proved that her star power is here to stay. She has shed some of her past antics and evolved into a true style icon. She shows how even a soft color can make a loud statement. With a Valentino Couture dress, dyed to match hair and major bling she was the standout of the evening.
While jewels are always a big part of the red carpet. This time around it was all about emeralds. From Saorsie Ronan to Catherine Zeta Jones, the gemstone looks equally elegant on women of all ages.
Rarely seen on the red carpet together, Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk proved that the best accessory anyone can have is a hot date. We loved Bradley's bold choice of a white tux and Irina's tried and true classic shimmery body con dress.
Nicole Kidman looked like the epitome of chic in a Michael Kors Collection sequin gown. We are thrilled to now offer Michael Kors Collection Customized Eveningwear where you can create your very own red carpet showstopper.
Mahershala Ali was a big winner of the night for his performance in Green Book, but he also won the style game with his tuxedo and brocade scarf. It was a nice way to add a little interest while still keeping a classic sensibility.
Pants for Evening
Julia Roberts is part of a growing number of women who are not afraid to rock pants on the red carpet. Her elegant ensemble from Stella McCartney felt cool and relaxed yet totally appropriate for a formal occasion. Her megawatt smile and golden waves were the perfect accessories.