Golden Globes 2014: The Red Carpet

After surviving the grueling polar vortex in my hometown, watching the Golden Globes red carpet gave me a breath of fresh air that I need it. Some stars superbly walked the red carpet with stunning gowns, while others missed the mark.

Second time Golden Globe winner for a second year in a row, Jennifer Lawrence appears in a effortless, yet chic Dior gown. A perfect gown for a winner.

Jennifer Lawrence in Dior Getty Images for the Huffington Post

Meanwhile, another Golden Globe winner, Amy Adams in Brian Atwood didn’t hustle in this gown. In fact, the top portion is too exposed. Causing a drift of the likeness of this dress because the skirt on the other hand flowed perfectly.

Amy Adams in Valentino, Brian Atwood Getty Images for the Huffington Post

Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Narcisco Rodriguez. Her gown I’ve seen a billion incarnations of it in different colors; however, it’s a safe dress.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Narcisco Rodriguez Getty Images for the Huffington Post

Kerry Washington in Balenciaga. Truly, this leading lady glows with this white dress.

Kerry Washington in Balenciaga Getty Images for the Huffington Post

I know when Nickelodeon decided to re-air 90s shows – it never intended for certain fashion comebacks like Heidi Klum’s dress. The Marchesa gown along with the chocker screams 90s like a Walkman playing The Real McCoy.

Heidi Klum in Marchesa Getty Images for the Huffington Post

Lena Dunham in Zac Posen. Her gown is a great choice for the bubbly leading actress of the HBO series, Girls.

Lena Dunham in Zac Posen Getty Images for the Huffington Post

Sofia Vergara ditched her favorite mermaid dress for a classic gown by the amazing Zac Posen. The elegance of this dress matches the boldness of the large turquoise necklace.

Sofia Vergara in Zac Posen Getty Images for the Huffington Post

Zoe Saldana in Prabal Gurung. This dress looks like a project that took the wrong turn. I see so many ideas that are well executed, but sadly they were all added in one dress.

Zoe Saldana in Prabal Gurung Getty Images for the Huffington Post

Oh, boy! Gravity was not the factor of this crash and burn worn by Oscar winner actress, Sandra Bullock. This kind of patch work gown is not glamorous.

Sandra Bullock in Prabal Gurung Getty Images for the Huffington Post

On the other side of the spectrum, Taylor Swift wears a stunning dress by Carolina Herrera. With a similar idea that Prabal Gurung had, but in a coordinated matter.

Taylor Swift in Carolina Herrera Getty Images for the Huffington Post

The newly married actress, Kaley Cuoco appears in a printed dress by Rani Zakhem Couture. This gown is neither horrible, but is also not the most beautiful one I’ve ever seen either. Therefore, it is a dress that gets an OK.

Kaley Cuoco in Rani Zakhem Couture Getty Images for the Huffington Post

Paula Patton is an amazing actress and without a doubt gorgeous; however, this gown did not make her one of the best dressed of the night. I had so many thoughts when I saw her gown and coincidently I was watching an anime show called Princess Jellyfish – immediately I jumped from my seat and thought she was a wearing one giant jellyfish in her dress. I believe the dress without the attacking ruffles would have worked perfectly.

Paula Patton Getty Images for the Huffington Post

Lupita Nyong’o in Ralph Lauren is a fab dress. Although, the dress is similar to the Tom Ford Gwyneth Paltrow wore for the Oscars I believe – still, Lupita manages to own this dress beautifully. The brightness of the red complements her beauty.

Lupita Nyong’o in Ralph Lauren Getty Images for the Huffington Post

American Horror actress, Gabourey Sidibe looks amazing in a gown by Michael Costello. Fits her nicely and one of my favorite of the night.

Gabourey Sidibe in Michael Costello Getty Images for the Huffington Post

I know this is not exactly the red carpet dress, but I do point out that I loved Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s hosting dress more than their red carpet gowns. Also, I take this opportunity to request for this funny duo to come back as hosts for the 2015 edition. Please Foreign Press take this plead a year ahead of time in consideration.

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