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2014 Golden Globes: Award Winning Red Carpet Looks

Lupita Nyong'o's Red Carpet Look at the 2014 Golden Globes
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The 2014 Golden Globes Awards show was a night of wit, copious amounts of cocktails, and a celebrity studded affair to remember. The viewership for this 71st Edition of the televised live show was the largest in a decade. And although the awards were amazing, I think many people tuned in to see the fabulous fashion on the Red Carpet. The celebs know how to rock it like no one else can. Their dream team of stylists make sure that every bauble is in place and each tendril of hair is perfectly wisped. Plus, every dress is chosen with the expert detail of a trained eye for style that wants to make the woman shine equally as much as the garment she wears. The very best dressed of the evening just made an impact. The dress never wore the star, but added a "wow" factor that will no doubt make each starlet even more gorgeous in the photos that will last an eternity.

Everyone has their favs, but my Golden Globe winners for Best Dressed simply got it right from the tip to toes. Each glimpse at every angle screams "buy me, love me". Plus, I wanted to feel that adoration that the dress must feel in requests for purchase!

The dresses that made the night for me were worn by the following fashionable women at the Globes:

Lupita Nyong'o- Her luscious tomato red cape was absolutely unique and made her look like a statue of a goddess. Plus, her hair was a fierce short cut that showed off amazing bone structure.

Sandra Bullock- Her off the runway Prabal Gurung deep-v confection was a ballroom gown worthy of the most glorious waltz. The ponytail was a fun way to spice up the look.

Tina Fey- The burgundy number was jeweled in the best way, adding hourglass dimensions and a dose of Hollywood glamour. I love the set curl hairstyle with body to spare.

Kate Beckinsale- This dress was metallic,structured, mermaid, and simply breathtaking. The gunmetal color was a perfect foil for the design.

Amy Adams- This dress was 70's boho retro with attitude and panache. The color blocking was ingenious, and I loved the chain attached. Plus, the braided updo was so chic.

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