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Best Dressed At 71rst Golden Globes 2014

This year of quality films has been met with equally inspiring attire at the 71rst Golden Globes Awards. Color, swaths of materials, volume, sparkle, whimsy, and structure burst across the stage and carpet providing diversity and glamour. I feel more fabulous having witnessed it, despite my watching it from my couch in panties and a robe.

Every time I put together a list of best dressed, I never declare a number, I simply select every outfit that bursts with best-ness. This year includes the opening looks of the lovely bad ass hosts, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Love.


I adored Amy Adam’s transition of the plunging vee from the fashion of American Hustle to the Golden Globes. I don’t believe anyone has worn a plunging vee better, and the combination of the two shades of red are dynamite. Very sexy.

It is freakishly rare for me to declare a black dress, let alone a flat black garment a best, but tonight Emma Roberts has proved, when done right, a black dress can be amazing. The hour glass silhouette, the booming turquoise earrings, and pulsing neckline are perfection.


Lupita Nyong’o in Ralph Lauren confirms a cape is always a good idea. I adore the drama combined with the sleek and flattering silhouette. Fabulous.


More in line with my black frock beliefs, Lily Rabe looks stunning in this layered sheer frock with sun burst detailing and cinched waist. The full skirt and t-shirt sleeves are just plain delicious.


Although, this shade of beige, off white, or whatever is not the best  for Michelle Dockery’s skin tone, the dress is perfect glamour.


I cannot stand her music, but Taylor Swift is incredibly lovely in her style choices. She wins again in this Carolina Herrera pink gown with black bust. Gorgeous.


Diane Keaton is awesome. Her consistent manipulation of men’s wear constantly demands fashion nods. In this instance, I’d like to acknowledge the perfect show of sleeve hem, the endless legs, and use of a thicker tie. With all the skinny ties out there, it is nice to see a thick tie look modern and romantic.


This look was a bit difficult to select as Kaley Cuoco’s hair and clutch really ruin the dress, but the fact remains, the frock rocks.

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