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Golden Globes fashion, friends, and a Skinnygirl cocktail, a memorable night

Toast Golden Globes fashion with Skinnygirl cocktails
Toast Golden Globes fashion with Skinnygirl cocktailsCristine Struble

Last night was the annual Golden Globes award show. While many fans watch the show for the awards themselves, a few friends gathered to raise a Skinnygirl cocktail to the night's best and worse fashion.

Skinnygirl Cocktails offers a wide array beverages that everyone can enjoy without feeling guilty. From wines to vodkas to pre-mixed cocktails, Skinnygirl has a flavor and beverage for every palate. These low calorie beverage options have all the flavor you expect. The only thing missing is the extra calories.

Since a party can be a little more festive with a cocktail, my Skinnygirl Cocktails Golden Globes party was full of fun. Our favorite beverage of the night was the Skinnygirl Prosecco. The light, sweet bubbly beverage was delightful. Whether served alone or combined with a splash of juice (pomegranate is perfect), the Prosecco pairs well with cheese or a baked brie.

For the bolder tastes, the Cabernet Sauvignon offers a hint of chocolate. With a chocolate dipped strawberry or a slice of proscuito, the bolder cab can handle strong flavors. Even when drunk alone, the Cabernet Sauvignon is a glass to be enjoyed by many palates.

The reason for the gathering was the Golden Globes and in our opinion, the fashion. From best dressed to what was she thinking, we would raise a Skinnygirl cocktail toast to the award.

Here are a few of our highlights:

  • Best couple - Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves
  • Best mom to be - Kerry Washington
  • We wish we could wear - Cate Blanchett
  • If I had unlimited gym time - Margot Robbie
  • What was she thinking? Zoe Saldana

What did you think of all the Golden Globe fashion?

Next time the ladies are thinking of a girls night or party make sure that you stock up on Skinnygirl cocktails. Everyone can raise a glass in a toast and pass on the calorie guilt.