Do you know how Brie Larson was one of the only women to wear red to the Globes on Saturday night? Well Nina Dobrev was one of the only women in red at the after party and she similarly stood out. She was in Zac Posen, in this deceptively simple looking gown with panels that make her waist look very cinched. I like that effect, but I’m not sure about the way it fits in the bustline. There’s some serious confidence involved in carrying a green clutch with a red dress after New Year’s and her styling is glam. This is a win.
Sarah Hyland went for a business goes goth look in this dark blue (or is it eggplant-colored? It’s hard to tell) and black sequin Amanda Wakeley gown which is perfect for an after party. Her styling is a little much with that nude lip, piecey hair and smudged eye makeup. Sarah looks really cute with her boyfriend, Dominic Sherwood, though.
Christina Ricci was in Monse, in an orange sequin gown. Remember the white Monse which Thandie Newton wore to the Globes? That had a line of these type of sequins creeping up the hem like the dress was on fire and I loved it. This entire dress is made of those sequins and it looks like a big emergency is happening. If you think the top half is questionable, get a load of the hem and the sleeves, they’re deliberately frayed-looking and it’s awful.
Caitriona Balfe was one of my favorites at the Globes and her dress for the event, a blue and red Delpozo, was unique and memorable. So it’s interesting that her after party dress, a metallic halter neck Emm Kuo, was more like the gowns the women were wearing to the Globes. She made the right choice for each though.
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