The 5 Trends That Stole The Show At The Golden Globes 2017

The 5 Trends That Stole The Show At The Golden Globes 2017

All the latest trends straight from the red carpet at The Golden Globes 2017.

It wouldn't be the Golden Globe Awards without a parade of dazzling fashion trends, and this year, we're seeing everything from plunging necklines to bright yellow hues.

The Sweetest Shade That Swept The Red Carpet 

Now get ready for girly flush: soft pink. At this year's 74th Annual Golden Globes, we're seeing stars done up in the romantic shade, except this time with structural details and glimmering embellishments.

From Felicity Jones in whimsical Gucci to Naomi Campbell in sultry Versace, see how the stars dipped into their feminine side. 

Zoe Saldana in Gucci, Felicity Jones in Gucci, Lily Collins i n Zuhair Murad and Harry Winston Jewels

Seriously High Shine 

Sartorially speaking, this year's Golden Globe Awards was more than just golden. The red carpet was beaming with silver and gold textiles. We're talking glimmering metallics in the form of crystal embellishments, gleaming hardware, and sequins galore. Trust Kerry Washington to stun us with a heavy metal and see-through Dolce & Gabbana number. Then give us fashion darling Ruth Negga who makes the case for zippers on gowns. And then, of course, there's Millie Bobby Brown in her sweet and edgy number.

Millie Bobby Brown in Jenny Packham, Ruth Negga in Louis Vuitton, Sofia Vergara in Zuhair Murad

Is This The New Off The Shoulder Style? 

And if it wasn't the sternum, then it was the clavicle (think of the red carpet as a crash course in the human anatomy): At the 2017 Golden Globes, a handful of stars continued to expose their shoulders, an ongoing trend left over from last summer. And while there were a couple instances of off-the-shoulder silhouettes (see: Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton and Thandie Newton in Monse), the dominant look revolved around bicep-baring cut-outs.
Our favorites? Nicole Kidman in her shipwreck-sequin embroidered Alexander McQueen gown, Sarah Jessica Parker in a shoulder-exposing Vera Wang gown, and Drew Barrymore in her embroidered caped Monique Lhuillier number.

Nicole Kidman in Alexander McQueen, Sarah Jessica Parker in Vera Wang, Drew Barrymore in Monique Lhuillier and Harry Winston Jewellery. 

The Bright The Lit Up The Night

In a sea of Cinderella metallics and classic neutrals, stars are stepping out for tonight's 74th Annual Golden Globes in a range of luxe textures and vivid hues. But there's one trend making a stunning appearance: bright yellow. From punchy lemon to soft canary, here's glimpse of our best of tonight's sunny looks.

Reese Witherspoon in Versace, Maise Williams in Ong Oaj Pairam, Emily Ratajkowski in Reem Acra 

The Power Skirt 

Certainly not an unfamiliar style on the red carpet is the huge statement skirt, but this season we saw a more dominant structure. The 'power skirt' was of harder structured fabrics that stood wider then ever. In contrast the top half of the dresses remained understated and plain to show of that skirt. We saw these work mostly in monochrome tones. 

Jessica Biel in Elie Saab, Barbara Meier in Eva Poleschinski, Jeanie Mai 

Another dazzling year! 

Original copy seen on Words by: Andrea Cheng, Kim Duong

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