2011 Golden Globes: Best and Worst

As well all know, last night was the official start of awards season with the Golden Globes.  (aka a night all about fashion – what could be better?)

Here are my best and worst dressed:

Best Dressed:

Definitely Olivia Wilde in this GORGEOUS Marchesa princess gown:

And how about these FAB Christian Louboutains?

Angelina Jolie in (shocker) Versasce, Anne Hathaway in Armani Prive, and Leighton Meester in Burberry.

Ok I admit, I mostly loved Leighton’s Jimmy Choo’s.Claire Danes in Calvin Klein:

Sandra Bullock in in Jenny Packham, she took a lot of heat but I like this dress:

Julia Stiles in Romona Keveza:

Christina Hendricks in Romona Keveza.  Gorgeous although it’s a lot of red (hair, dress, carpet):

Eva Longoria in Zac Posen (even though it was ANOTHER long black dress, it was still gorgeous):

Katherine Zeta-Jones in Monique Lhuillier, my favorite green dress of the night:

Kelly O in Zac Posen, she has blossomed into a fashionista:

WORST dressed:

Christina Aguliera’s dress was pretty in theory, but her hair looked awful, which drew my attention away from the dress:

I rarely like what Nicole Kidman wears on the red carpet.  I think she always looks dated:

NATALIE PORTMAN what were you thinking??  This dress is awful.  I think the color is what did it for me.  I think perhaps if the dress were black and not this awful salmon color I would like it MUCH better.  She looks like a Valentine gone wrong.

Michelle Williams.  I think it’s the color and the flowers. ew.

This dress put January Jones on several best dressed lists, but I really dislike it.  Is that fringe?  No thanks.

Heidi Klum this dress is waaay too beachy-casual for the Golden Globes, I don’t care if it was 80 degrees.

What did you think??

Images courtesy: Coco Perez, People, Harpers Bazaar

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  1. Olivia Wilde’s shoes were awful and did not EVEN go with that dress.

    I thought Sandra Bullock’s entire look was pretty bad. She wasn’t even standing up straight and her presentation was laissez-faire, just like her outfit. It was as if she was striving for some kind of different presence for the evening and it wasn’t a good one.

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