2010 Golden Globes – Who’s Your Favorite?

I haven’t blogged about awards show red carpet in a while and I have to say, I was quite excited to watch 2010 Golden Globes today. It has several of my favorite things: TV series, feature films and fashion!

It’s always interesting to see who wear what on the red carpet.There were still a few ‘safe’ choices made by the celebrities to be seen this year, but there were also quite a few of those who went beyond the predictable slinky, one shoulder number, took a risk by showing up in dresses so unusual, it took a while to decide whether we like it or not :D

Here are the highlights of the red carpet in my opinion:

Ginnifer Goodwin

It may not be a floor-sweeping gown, but I think she looks chic. Love the glossy black short hair and the makeup. Love the shoes. Even the black umbrella looks like it was part of the ensemble. Just LOVE it!

Kate Hudson

The fashion police aren’t giving it much love, but I think this origami Marchesa dress is stunning. It definitely looked better on the TV screen though. The color looks lovely on her and I love her flirtatious lashes & nude lips combo. The only things I didn’t love about this look is the shoes.

Christina Hendricks

I swear I used to own a Barbie doll dress that looks almost exactly like this Christian Siriano’s gown. Too much ruffles for my liking and that top doesn’t look like it fit her well, but I really like that the makeup artist matched her red hair paired with coral red lipsticks. She’s beautiful..

Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore was wearing a silk champagne Atelier Versace gown and looked like a goddess. I can’t say anything bad about this girl, seriously.

Julia Roberts

Some people love that she looked totally relax in a vintage YSL, some people think she should dress up more. What about you?

Anna Kendrick

This Marchesa dress seems to have a little too many details (ruffles, floral embellishments) for her but looking at the photo up close, I have to say, her makeup was really gorgeous and that soft updo completes the whole look nicely.

Sandra Bullock

Looking at this Bottega Veneta gown makes me want to run to the nearest store and find something in that shade! Although the fabric kinda reminds me of those ribbons that are used to wrap around gifts..

Christina Aguilera

It’s an unusual dress (it’s made from chiffon, metal and leather!) but I think Christina pulled it off nicely, don’t you?

Anna Paquin

I love True Blood but that dress and those shoes just look so wrong! What do you think? (PS: Doesn’t Vampire Bill look totally dreamy in this picture? :D)

Kristen Bell

This dress might be what Kate Hudson’s will look like if someone cuts the hem short and lose a few (okay a lot) details. I do think it’s gorgeous. Ms. Bell looked effortlessly chic and I want those Louboutin heels!

Jennifer Aniston

I know, I know. Another black one shoulder gown? I initially thought she was playing it safe again this year, but after seeing this picture, I changed my mind. That slit is pretty damn high! Also, her glossy hair and glowing skin is to die for.

Marion Cotillard

I don’t why her lacy slip was peeking down her dress, whether it was intentional or a mere wardrobe malfunction, all I know is Marion Cotillard’s makeup was smoking hot! I love that emerald green liner on her lower lash lines that matched her dress paired with sparkly nude lips. Love!

Mariah Carey

No red carpet coverage of the 2010 Golden Globes is complete without a nod to Mimi. I just let the picture speaks for themselves. But you know, if we take a closer look of her face (if you can peel your eyes off her…golden globes), you would see that she actually looked glowing.

The confused list

I’ve compiled these photos together because, until now, I still can’t decide whether I love it or hate it.

Left to right: Diane Kruger in Christian Lacroix, Chloe Sevigny in Valentino, January Jones in Lanvin and Jennifer Morisson in Luis Antonio (please click photos to enlarge)

And let the comments begin! :)

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