January 15, 2020
The 2020 Golden Globes kicked off the award season for the year and we are surely impressed with so many looks that were seen on the red carpet. And because the awards season is an exciting time for us fashion enthusiasts, Golden Globes surely didn’t disappoint.
There was a sea of glamorous looks and choosing the best dressed list has never been this hard. But we have prepared our list of the looks which caught the most attention. So, let’s check out our favorite outfits from the night that we want straight in our wardrobes.
ZOE KRAVITZ IN SAINT LAURENT: Zoe was seen in a two tone polka dot dress by Saint Laurent featuring off shoulder neckline. With minimal jewelry, the whole look was effortless and on point.
SAOIRSE RONAN IN CELINE: Shimmer on the red carpet is a must. This Celine dress with a side slit and open hairdo looks simple yet so stunning. The look has been kept simple to let the dress come forward.
NICOLE KIDMAN IN VERSACE: Nicole Kidman made a statement in a bold red dress by Versace featuring off shoulder neckline and side slit. The long train made the look even more dramatic.
RENÉE ZELLWEGER IN ARMANI: Simplicity is elegance, proved rightly by Renne in this pastel blue Armani dress. The matching shoes along with the dress made for an overall clean look.
ROONEY MARA IN GIVENCHY HAUTE COUTURE: Only Mara could pull off this black lace Givenchy gown accompanied with a jewelled headpiece. The finishing look was so versatile and attention grabbing.
ZOEY DEUTCH IN FENDI: A yellow jumpsuit on red carpet? Zoey turned heads in this yellow Fendi jumpsuit with balloon sleeves and plunging neckline. The refreshing ensemble was surely impressive.
HELEN MIRREN & AWKWAFINA IN DIOR: Both the ladies came in Dior gowns which were strikingly different from each other. The rich colors and simple silhouettesmade an understated statement.
KAITLYN DEVER IN VALENTINO: This floral voluminous dress by Valentino was the star of the night. By keeping everything else simple, Kaitlyn let the dress do the talking for itself.