With every passing year of the multitude of awards ceremonies that are held in the fashion and entertainment industry, it is no understatement to say that the attire adorned by the attendees almost always upstages the distribution of awards. This is the day in age where a very well worn tuxedo or an awfully disastrous attempt at gown will have you reigning supreme, front page and center, in all the media outlets; while the awardees are left with a blurb and maybe a photo.
Let’s take a look at a recap of the red carpets for the 71st Golden Globe Awards & post-party, as captured by Jason Merritt via Getty Images, shall we? We’ll let you be the judge of the have’s and have not’s. Who got it right and scored versus who got it wrong and soared right to the bottom of fashionably fabulous?
Remember, all’s fair in love of fashion. Fashion is meant to be devoured. Let us know what your taste buds tell you about these red carpet creations.
MyMeApparel’s favorite pick is the seductively floral bliss created by Ronnie Zakem and worn by Kaley Cuoco. The design is a garden of flowing skirting, with just a hint of flirtatiously displayed in the lingerie-styled, exposed boning bustier...
…and the least favorite award goes to the off-white, skin tight on top, slight mermaid on bottom, long-tight sleeved, with the overflow of man-eating fabric on full left side of the body Stephane Rolland Couture gown worn by Paula Patton. Why? Need we say more than the description given? Just say no to the left side heavy, right side too-tight on a very fit muse. It appears as if the upper ridge of Patton’s six-pack was showing. Health and fitness are great but we believe that red carpets and evening gowns are made to showcase the softer side of a woman.
What are your thoughts? We'd like to hear about what are your best and worst dress picks!