Emma Watson wore one of the most talked-about dresses on last night’s Golden Globes carpet. Perhaps it was simply one of the most surprising looks? Emma wore Dior Couture, which looked classy and normal from the front even while she attempted to give us a view of her little black trousers. Then when she turned around, the dress opened up like a hospital gown to reveal a bare back and (thankfully) those leggings. Purple Roger Vivier pumps completed the look.
I think this is a very avant garde ensemble that Emma pulls off well. She’s young and funky enough to get away with an unconventional look, and it’s not like any of her bits and pieces are visible. The bare back is slightly sexy, but the modest front keeps the look in check. She knew she looked good too. That makes all the difference. Those pearl earrings are adorable! Emma had a great time with this outfit.
Emma Roberts‘s stylist (dramatically) announced ahead of time that Emma wouldn’t choose her gown until the day of the awards. It shows. Emma wore a basic black Lanvin dress that passes all the checkmarks, but there’s something missing. The fishtail skirt is kind of cool, but the dress doesn’t speak to me. Those turquoise earrings are completely wrong. Like museum giftshop awful.
Berenice Bejo wore a ruby red Giambattista Valli gown that was way, way too much. The lovely French actress was completely lost in this ruffled, embellished dress with a full-on train. I think the gown actually would have worked without the hip ruffles, which are the tipping point. Likewise, I would have skipped the gold earrings. Berenice’s beauty usually speaks for itself, but this look is overkill.
Melissa Rauch wore a canary yellow Romona Keveza dress to support her Big Bang Theory castmates. I’m not crazy about the dress, but this is a step up from last week’s People Choice look. Her hair and makeup are very classy, and I think losing the little “sleeves” would have been a knockout move.
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