What we think of the Golden Globes fashion this year

by HULA , January 11, 2019

Behind each red carpet look is usually a house of makeup artists, stylists, PR reps, designer and days of deliberation on which shade of lip color would go well with which dress, so it is surprising at times that some celebrities end up showing up in a seriously questionable outfit. Did they not think this through? But as much as there are disappointing looks, there are as many which delight and stun. We took a look at some of the best and worst looks on the red carpet at Golden Globes 2019.


The Most Fashion Forward

We are loving Julia Roberts in this pants and half dress tuxedo look by Stella McCartney. Unusual pairing in the best way possible. Finishing this off with simple strappy heels and Chopard drop earrings, Roberts is winning this year’s red carpet game.


It’s hard to catch Nicole Kidman having an off moment on the red carpet, and this time is no exception. Dressed in a burgundy sequinned Michael Kors column, a Jennifer Behr hair bow and Harry Winston jewellery, Kidman’s outfit is minimalistic, directional, yet glamorous .


Who says tux on the red carpet is only for the boys? Judy Greer stuns in a gorgeously tailored Alberta Ferretti suit. Although she would of looked way sexier minus the shirt and bow tie.


Age With Style

Jamie Lee Curtis looks ever so elegant and powerful in a all white gown by Alexander McQueen. We love her matching white hair confidence. Who says older women can’t be sexy?!


Winning Best Actress in a Drama Motion Picture for her role in “The Wife”, Glenn Close looks stylish in a black cape embellished closure by Armani Privé. 


Carol Burnett accepted the inaugural Carol Burnett Award, which focuses on lifetime achievement in television, at the Golden Globes on Sunday. Donning a gold jacket with art deco motifs and a black dress, the actress, comedian, singer and writer, whose career spans seven decades of television, looks simply dashing in an art-deco inspired look.


The Worst


D’Arcy Carden looks like she’s wearing a badly stitched, DIY halloween outfit in the shade of pumpkin. Points for the Time’s Up accessory in support of the movement against sexual harassment though!


We love a good androgynous look, but Elsie Fisher’s velvet look from Kenzo makers her look like she just stepped out of a Shakespeare play or is wearing the red carpet. Fortunately, she has plenty of public moments ahead of her to score better fashion choices!


Amber Heard is cute, but her dress just isn’t. With the hem of the black bodice dropping below waist, the dress simply looks ill-fitted and badly designed.


The Most Confusing

Some looks that are seen on the runway should probably be left on the runway, as with this Egyptian inspired Chanel Metiers d’Art Collection look on Janelle Monae. She seems too short to carry off this look and way too costume for our taste!


This Rodarte number on Joanna Newsom vaguely reminds us of Bjork’s swan dress for some reason. Is that a good or bad thing? The heart shaped centre makes us not love this dress even more – we are calling the lace-doily police!


We love Lucy Liu but we’re not too sure about the Amoeba inspired embellishment. What’s going on? Is there a scientific reason? We want answers.


The Sexiest

Indya Moore is a female powerhouse in this leg-baring metallic Louis Vuitton number. If you got legs like that you gotta flaunt it!


We are loving how Rosumand Pike balances the skin-baring top of her dress with a silver metallic jacket. Never raunchy, just classy.


Thandie Newton is giving us major 70s vibes in her disco metallic body-hugging gown and afro curls, and we are loving it!