The season to play dress up has begun for Hollywood. The Golden Globes 2015 rolled out the red carpet for this year’s first important celeb award cavalcade. It seemed the theme for women this show was deep plunging necklines, and I use the term necklines loosely as it neared the appendix scar line. For the men it was beards and blue or purple tuxes. Yes, they got the memo. All of them. Here’s 3 of the 30 I saw.
I am forever a fan of a well done vintage wave. Here’s a couple hairstyles from last night’s Golden Globes that nailed it. Thanks to Heidi Klum and Allison Williams. My favorite over all look was on Kate Beckinsale in an Elie Saab Dress. Not the most daring although in any other year her cleavage might have been mentioned and her hair was not my number one favorite because I’m a hair stylist and think if you’re going to wear it up it can done a little more interesting. But still it was traffic stopping hollywood glamor at it’s most tastefulnessnousfully. She pulled it all together with the Bulgari Jewelry. Look, I’m not even into glitzy jewelry or sparkles but the understated color of that dress against her skin tone took this look over the rest of the field for me. It bordered on perfect.We’ve seen people take chances and hit home runs but more often fail miserably. But I appreciate a good risk taker. Amal Clooney looked amazing and I applaud that she took a bit of a risk with white gloves and hand bag against her black dress. It worked.
Ok so yes I think there were a few misses as well. No not “Mrs” as in Mrs Clooney but misses as in this…
I take no joy in this because Keira is one of my favorite actresses in about everything … except this 🙁
Here’s an example of a belt working
Finally, Jlo went for her huge cleavage thing again and I was bored with it, again. Ya, I might be the only straight dude that didn’t dig her deep V the first time and def not this time. It seems a little too contrived. However, I did think Kate Hudson took the plunge this year and it actually worked on her. I just think it’s all about the right dress on the right person in the right moment. That’s what makes it all happen. At least for me. Yep, that’s right. This post is just my opinion, which is almost as unimportant as yours. Almost. At the end of the day none of it really matters. It’s just playing dress up and it’s all for fun. Life is short, have fun. That’s why I do what I do. On to the Oscars!