The Best Dresses of the 2017 Golden Globes


The Best Dresses of the 2017 Golden Globes

Mitchell Drop Cap 1he Golden Globes is the kickoff of the awards season and celebrities want to dazzle the red carpet. This year was full of dazzling celebrities who wore unique and awe inspiring gowns from all the best designers. Here is the list of top ten best dressed:

1. Emma Stone                                                        

Stone wore a light cream Valentino Haute Couture dress that blended into her skin seamlessly. The silver stars sprinkled throughout the dress appropriately matched her personality. Her Tiffany & Co diamond necklace was the pièce de résistance.

2. Lily Collins

To put it simply, Collins looked like a princess. The Zuhair Murad gown with a rose lace bodice, sheer mesh back, and rose tulle bottom made her look like a modern Cinderella. The lace-covered skirt was not just any ball gown, though; it had a second layer to create dimension two thirds of the way down her leg that made the dress so much more special.

3. Kristen Bell

Wow. That was my reaction to Bell’s stunning Jenny Packham black sparkling dress. The deep rectangular cut at the chest draws to mind a matador, but not in a tacky way. The black sparkles skimmed her body perfectly and were complemented by her waterfall Harry Winston diamond earrings.

4. Gina Rodriguez

This dress can be defined in three words: 21st century flapper. Rodriguez wore a Naeem Khan gown that dripped silver fringes every micrometer. She topped off the look with a simple dangle earrings from Chopard.

5. Blake Lively

I have never loved pockets in dresses, but Lively has changed me. Her black velvet Atelier Versace gown with gold sequined neckline and pockets was stunning. If she wasn’t luxe enough, she added spectacularly large Loraine Schwartz emerald cuffs on each wrist.

6. Ruth Negga

Negga wore a badass rocker chic Louis Vuitton dress that was drenched in sparkle. The entirely silver gown with short sleeves was already cool enough, but Ghesquiere had to add more by placing a gold silver down the front and center.

7. Jessica Chastain

Chastain wore a sky blue Prada dress with pastel floral embellishments that called to mind a warm summer breeze.


8. Amy Adams

Adams wore a black sparkling Tom Ford column. The dress was simple yet striking as the sparkles hit the light and the unique, square cut neckline highlighted her collarbone. It was only appropriate that she wore the designer given her role in his second movie, Nocturnal Animals.

9. Anna Kendrick

Kendrick wore a gray chiffon Vionnet gown that made her look like an ethereal fairy. She looked ever so light as she walked down the red carpet with her train floating behind her.

10. Brie Larson

Larson wore a classic red Rodarte dress that was the definition of simple elegance. The crisscrossing of the fabric starting at her waist and going up to her chest highlighted her waist and drew your eyes to the red jewels laying between the layers of fabric.



-Allison Walter

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