HOW TO DRESS LIKE YOUR FAVORITE GOLDEN GLOBES ACTRESS

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With the People’s Choice Awards and the Golden Globes ceremonies already complete, it’s officially awards season in Hollywood. We must admit that our favorite part of the award shows are the actresses’ Red Carpet arrivals. We get a hint of the new year’s trending fashions by viewing what the designers are dressing their favorite celebrities in and in turn, what the actresses are loving to wear. While this year’s Golden Globes award ceremony provided surprise wins and losses, designers this year played it safe on the red carpet with trending Spring styles from the 2016 runways.  Take a look below see how you can dress just like your favorite actress from this year’s Golden Globes.

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BRIGHT YELLOW

Our favorite stunner of the evening goes to Jennifer Lopez in a sunny yellow asymmetrical creation from designer Giambattista Valli. Not only is the bright color a major trend on the runways this Season, but also the asymmetrical skirt is this year’s silhouette style of choice as we mentioned in last week’s “New Year, New You: Top Fashion Trends for Spring 2016.” While others played it safe in neutral hues, Ms. Lopez took a chance in a colorful tone, complementing her bronze skin and accentuating her assets. This Spring, take the plunge just like the entertainer and look for fashion items in sunny yellow. Get a similar look as featured above with Mac Duggai’s lemon colored open back evening gown, perfect for your next formal Spring event. Carry the color to your everyday wear in Liberty Garden’s yellow scoop neck tank with high low hem paired with your favorite comfy leggings or cropped denim jeans. If yellow from head to toe is not quite your style, go with just a touch in Hale Bob’s printed yellow silk tank top, perfect for a day at the beach or a hot night on the town. However you choose to style, be sure to include bright yellow into your wardrobe this Season.

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CHERRY RED

Not only is she one of our favorite actresses, but Jennifer Lawrence also shimmered on the red carpet this year in a bold red cut-out column dress from designer Christian Dior. While 2015’s color of the year was “marsala,” a wine-red hue, this Season’s red goes bolder in bright cherry. Oftentimes designers steer away from any hint of red since the color can clash on the red carpet, but that didn’t stop the actress from boldly choosing one of this Season’s top colors and standing out from amongst the rest. Get Ms. Lawrence’s similar style with Hale Bob’s red silk charmeuse evening gown paired with matching ankle strap heels from Stuart Weitzman. Not just reserved for formal occasions, include the color into your day-to-day activities with Hale Bob’s red stretch floral lace tunic combined with Hudson’s black mid rise skinny jeans or Hale Bob’s black cotton eyelet shorts on warmer Spring days. Don’t be afraid to go bold this year in bright jewel toned hues.

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QUARTZ ROSE

Our third favorite look of the evening goes to the elegant Kate Blanchett in a gorgeous caped satin gown by Givenchy. The actress chose to shine in “quartz rose,” Pantone’s top “color of the year” as we mentioned in last week’s blog. Ms. Blanchett complemented her style with soft pink make-up tones and a matching evening box clutch from Roger Vivier. Take a tip from the actress and shop Liberty Garden’s NEW pink embroidered crinkle cami maxi dress paired with crystal embellished ankle strap sandals from Nina and a matching box clutch from Moschino. Or go “Boho” style with the dress by combining with fringe booties, wool floppy hat, and a matching fringe suede crossbody bag all from Free People. If structured is more your style, sweep your hair into a low pony or high topknot and carry the color to the office in Hale Bob’s ultra suede filigree shift dress topped with low heeled ankle strap sandals from Sam Edelman. Formal, Boho, or structured- there are many ways to include “quartz rose” into your wardrobe collection this Spring.

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NAVY IS THE NEW BLACK

Our fourth favorite color find at this year’s Golden Globes goes to the beautiful Kate Winslet in a sweeping halter neck gown by Ralph Lauren with shoes by Jimmy Choo. The actress shows that simple and elegant are always in style, yet livens up her look by choosing a deep blue hue rather than rely on evening’s predictable black. On your next “black tie” affair, take a tip from Ms. Winslet and go for a blue silk charmeuse halter neck gown by Hale Bob, paired with Jimmy Choo sandals just like the actress. Or, show off those toned legs and go shorter in Hale Bob’s navy long sleeve lace dress with peplum. Carry your look to the streets by grabbing a pair of navy blue ultra suede leggings from Hale Bob topped with a cool silk V-neck tunic and matching tote from Tory Burch to store all your day’s necessities. Before you reach for that classic but predictable black outfit, remember this Spring’s mantra “navy is the new black.”

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OLD HOLLYWOOD

What better time to “shine like gold” than at a Hollywood awards red carpet event. Rose Huntington-Whiteley shimmers in a gold sequined Versace gown reminiscent of the glamour of old 1920’s Hollywood, yet updated for modern 21st century style. Get the actress’s similar stunning style in a gold sequined wrap dress from Hale Bob accented with a gold glitter clutch from Diane von Furstenberg, gold embellished heels from Kay Unger, and dazzling  18K gold drop earrings from Nadri. Carry your “sparkle” throughout the daytime as well in a sleeveless sequined top from Amen paired with comfy taupe jogger pants from Hale Bob and your favorite ankle boots or sneakers. Dressy or casual, this Season is the perfect time to bring out the sparkle in you.

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VINTAGE 60’S

And finally, always the trendsetter, Lady Gaga went with one of this Season’s trendiest styles in a divine solid black velvet dress from Versace “a la Marylin Monroe.”. From Jeremy Scott to Alice + Olivia, a throwback to the 1960’s was all the rage on the 2016 runways this year. Tease your hair and grab Gaga’s similar look with Hale Bob’s black halter maxi dress paired with vintage color blocked platform heels from Zimmerman , classic pearl earrings, and a matching freshwater pearl cuff.  Or, go with a shorter version in Hale Bob’s vintage jersey knit V-neck dress with cut out shoulders accessorized with your favorite dancing heels and black leather clutch. Peruse your mom and grandmother’s old photos for some inspiration and get “groovy” in vintage 1960’s style this Season.

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If you missed this year’s Golden Globes, have no fear. We’ve provided the top fashion looks you’ll be seeing throughout Spring 2016. Whether you try a bold bright like Jennifer Lopez, a pretty pastel like Kate Blanchett, or vintage 60’s like Lady Gaga, be sure to try something new just for you this Season. Be you, be fabulous and always be feminine.

 

EMMY AWARD FASHION

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The Stars swooped in bold, smooth, and confident at this year’s 66th Annual Emmy Awards held at the Nokia Theater in downtown L.A. While it may seem “cliche” to wear red on the “Red Carpet,” actresses didn’t think twice about it this year, as pinks, corals, and reds dominated, following one of Fall’s top Fashion Trends this Season of red from head to toe as seen from the Prada to Valentino runways. There were many hits as well as a few misses this Emmy Awards, with designers trying new ideas as well as playing it safe. Other top Fall Fashion trends seen at this year’s Emmy Awards included “Old Hollywood” 30’s glamour, bright colors, cobalt blue, metallics,  the ballerina bun, natural make-up, brown smokey eye, and tousled bob. Below, are some of the most buzzed about celebrity styles from the 66th Emmy Awards Red Carpet, and my own take on how the stars handled Fall Fashion trends, from the best to the worst.

THE HITS

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 TAYLOR SCHILLING IN ZUHAIR MURAD

Though it didn’t win any Emmy Awards this year, “Orange is the New Black” star Taylor Schilling, in my opinion, certainly won the award for most glamorous on the Red Carpet at this year’s Emmys. Decked out in a beautiful jeweled Zuhair Murad gown, Taylor shimmered with “Old Hollywood” 1930’s glam, a trend on the Fall Fashion runways this Season. Taylor’s stylist Richard Maran gathered the star’s hair into a loose, low bun with delicate, effortless waves, finishing the look with this Fall Season’s popular “brown smoky eye” with just a hint of glitter in the creases. Taylor has me wanting to copy this glamorous look with Laura Mercier’s secret camouflage foundation, nude smoky eye palette, and sparkling lip glisse. I’ll also be shopping the 30’s style trend this Fall, from Hale Bob’s beaded blouses for casual days to BCBG Max Azria’s  glamorous dresses for an evening out. Taylor Schilling takes the top award in Fall Fashion Trends for this year’s Emmy Awards.

 

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 HEIDI KLUM IN ZAC POSEN

Fashion icon Heidi Klum always impresses on the Red Carpet. With designer Zac Posen as her date, Heidi ravished in a coral Zac Posen gown, and completed the look with chic Jimmy Choo shoes and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry for the perfect glamorous touch. I love Heidi’s look because not only does she appear perfectly put together, she also oozes confidence and femininity in a perfectly balanced approach. Heidi’s “beachy waves,” a popular look for Fall Hairstyles 2014, perfectly match the delicate shape of the dress’s flutter sleeves. This Fall, I’ll try the “beach wave” look by running John Master’s Organic Sea Spray through damp hair, blow drying, applying Bumble and Bumble Texture Creme, and curling random strands away from face with Chi Ultra Ceramic Flat Iron. Heidi Klum’s Emmy look was definitely one of my top choices this year.

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 ROBIN WRIGHT IN RALPH LAUREN

Though not as highly praised by most fashion critics, I couldn’t help but notice the lovely Robin Wright in a custom designed Ralph Lauren pantsuit. While most women opt for the traditional dress, Robin took a big fashion risk wearing a suit to the Emmy Awards. I applaud her daring, as well as her fashion-forward approach, as “menswear” is a big Fall Fashion trend this season seen on the J.Crew to Christian Dior runways. Robin took a feminine approach to the  menswear pantsuit with a glamorous cut-out back, fitted trousers showing off her feminine physic, natural make-up, and upswept hairdo. I hope this “backless” pantsuit takes off. I’ll be the first one to buy one.

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 SARAH HYLAND IN CHRISTIAN SIRIANO

“Modern Family’s” 23-year-old Sarah Hyland showed a glamorous yet playful side in her Christian Siriano white top and coral A-line skirt, befitting of her youth and exuburance. The half-top look is a little risky sometimes, as it can come across as being too “showy,” “risqué,” or just plain tacky. Sarah pulls off the look beautifully by showing off her body in a tasteful and chic manner, while alluding to the “sport-inspired” trend hitting the Fall Fashion shows this year from DKNY to Tom Ford. With glowing bronzed toned skin, Sarah continued the chic look with the very popular Fall Hairstyle 2014 trendthe ballerina bun. Not just reserved for the gym, Sarah’s fashion forward sense makes me want to try the half top look for daytime with H & M’s crop top and skinny jeans  or evening wear with Bebe’s Colorblock midi dress.

 

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 AMY POEHLER IN THEIA

As I posted in last week’s Fall Fashion Blog, metallics are here in a big way, from dresses, to handbags, to jackets, to shoes. Parks and Recreation’s Amy Poehler, as well as Gwen Stefani and Taryn Manning,  rocked the Red Carpet on Emmy night in shimmering metallics. Amy chose a vintage “20’s” style silver dress by Irish designer Don O’Neill for Theia Couture, accessorized with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, popular with celebrities. She finished off her glamorous look with Fall Hairstyle Trend, tousled “beachy” waves and neutral, natural makeup. While she did take a more traditionally accepted Red Carpet fashion approach expected at these events, with her blonde hair and confident presence, Amy Poehler oozes “Old Hollywood” glamour reminiscent of Carole Lombard, Lauren Bacall, and Marilyn Monroe. She knows her body well, and how to play up her best features, pleasing both her audience as well as fashion critics.

THE MISSES

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 JULIA ROBERTS IN ELIE SAAB

While many fashion critics praised Julia Roberts’ fashion sense on this year’s Emmy Red Carpet, I found her Elie Saab dress a little drab and not as flattering as her toned physic deserves. I love her daring confidence to choose a shorter dress, while most celebs stuck with the traditional long gown, showing off her perfectly toned legs. She beautifully carries off Fall Hairstyle and Makeup trends with her carefree tousled “beach” waves and natural makeup, showing a flawless, ageless complexion. While I love the plunging deep “V” neckline and flattering long sleeves (also a daring fashion move), I feel that the length of the skirt should have gone either shorter above the knee, or longer with Fall Fashion’s “midi” skirt trend. I also feel that the popular “A” line silhouette does not suit Julia’s fit figure, and the added “peplum” material at the hipline only adds bulk and volume not needed. Change the shape of the skirt, and I would have loved Julia’s Red Carpet look.

 

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 KERRY WASHINGTON IN PRADA

Another raved about look from fashion critics at this year’s Emmys, Kerry Washington’s Prada dress just didn’t satisfy. While the actress sparkled in a beautiful orange-citrus colored gown, a Fall Fashion trend, accented with glittering silver trim, the “peek-a-boo” black mini dress just didn’t work. The black skirt cuts off the actress’s gorgeous leg line and shows hesitancy rather than daring as Angelina Jolie pulled off successfully at the 2012 Academy Awards. While I applaud Kerry Washington’s coy demeanor and wanting to remain conservative, the “Scandal” actress could have done without the underskirt, or worn a black sequined mini skirt instead. Though I did love her Fall Hairstyle center part, I also would have loved a little more style and shape to her hairdo. Kerry Washington, however, rocked the “smoky eye” Fall Makeup trend and she was positively glowing as a new Mama.

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 CHRISTINA HENDRICKS IN MARCHESA

Christina Hendricks appeared radiant in Fall Fashion’s hottest color trend at this year’s Emmy Awards in a red Marchesa gown with delicate gold detailing. While red usually isn’t the best color on a redhead, the actress looked positively glowing and the color perfectly suits her. However, in comparing Christina Hendricks’ look from the Emmys 2010, this gown simply didn’t fit the actress’s luscious curves. The additional fabric around the waistline made for a heavy appearance, and the swarms of skirt around the legs seemed bunched instead of flowing and elegant. The actress would have fared best in a red Marchesa”mermaid” silhouette with smoother chiffon fabric, accentuating her lovely physic. I will be copying her “sun kissed” make up look for Fall with Pur Minerals Creme blush and Pur Minerals lipstick in Starlet used by makeup artist Vanessa Scali.

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 MAYIM BIALIK IN OLIVER TOLENTINO

Cobalt Blue was a major winner for many actresses at this year’s Emmy Awards including Mayim Bialik, however, I believe actresses Melissa Rauch and Keke Palmer pulled off the look much more successfully with modern silhouettes rather than outdated long sleeve lace. Though the Fall Fashion  Cobalt Blue color scheme looked lovely on the actress, the dress’s shape made her appear much older than her 38 years. Her up-do, though trendy for Fall Hairstyles, looked old fashioned and outdated. The actress would have looked years younger with luscious waves or a sleek ponytail, also trending for Fall Hairstyles. While it is perfectly admirable that the actress prefers more conservative gowns and “feels more comfortable when things aren’t hanging out,” I think she would have sparkled in a Giorgio Armani long sleeve gown with an updated shape. I can’t wait to try the Cobalt Blue color this Fall, though.

 

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 LENA DUNHAM IN GIAMBATTISTA VALLI COUTURE

Lena Dunham, star of TV’s “Girls” and “poster girl to women who are confident enough to wear clothes that imbue wit and eccentricity” (VOGUE, January 2014), appeared confident in a brightly colored Giambattista Valli Couture gown. Though she didn’t win an Emmy, her dress won the award for the “most talked about” among Fashion Critics and easily the most polarizing look from this year’s Emmy Awards. Though I applaud the actress for taking a very Fashion forward move, with this design appearing at the Fall Collection for Giambattista Valli in Paris, the shape just doesn’t compliment the actress’s figure. While the luscious bright pink skirt is a great Fashion statement and the color looks great on the actress, the loose fitting shirt looks messy. Lena Dunham could have fared best with a tighter fitting top to compliment the long flowing skirt as seen in her other fabulous Red Carpet looks at the 2013 Director’s Guild Awards and the 2014 Golden Globes. Unlike other Fashion Critics, I do, however, love the actress’s chic blonde bob trending for Fall Hairstyles 2014. I think it gives her a youthful, trendy, edgy appearance. 

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While there were many winners and losers at the 66th Annual Emmy Awards, for the most part, fashions scored a big success, remaining stylish, chic, forward thinking, and trendy. Long gone are the classic formal black gowns. This Season, Hollywood turns to big, bold colors and daring, dramatic silhouettes, grabbing styles and trends seen on all the major Fall Fashion runways this Season, from hot red, to bold brights, to cobalt blue. Hair and makeup stayed classic with the Ballerina Bun and natural colors or went dramatic with Bleach blonde bobs and smoky eyes. The key to mastering the trends from the Fall Fashion runways this season is adapting the looks to your own body in your own unique way. Unlike Lena Dunham or Kate Walsh who simply wore the same dress as on the runway, get creative this Season, be your own Fashion Designer, and adapt one of your favorite Fall Fashion looks to play up the best in you. “Don’t change to fit the fashion, change the fashion to fit you.”