January 8, 2017

Five Wearable Trends From the Golden Globes 2017 Red Carpet

Sydne Style shows the mixed metallics trend on the golden globes red carpet on felicity huffman sarah paulson and simone bilesI was incredibly impressed with the fashion at the 2017 Golden Globes. Actresses brought their A-game to the red carpet. And many of the trends are completely wearable in real life! Take mixed metallics, for example. I adored Felicity Huffman’s two-tone Georges Chakra jumpsuit, Sarah Paulson sparkled in silver and gold Marc Jacobs sequins as she accepted her best actress award and gold-medalist Simone Biles appropriately mixed gold with champagne.

You can easily get the look by mixing your gold and silver jewelry. Or go one step further with one of the mixed metal pieces below:

Shop the Mixed Metallics Trend

Sydne Style shows Golden Globes 2017 red carpet trends with tuxedo fashion on evan rachel wood octavia spencer and Kathryn HahnAnother fashion trend I loved on the Golden Globes red carpet were all the tuxedos. Evan Rachel Wood, in an Altuzarra suit, said she had nothing against dresses but wanted to show girls that they have other options, encouraging them to be themselves. Octavia Spencer was incredibly sophisticated in a Laura Basci suit and matching blue suede shoes. And Kathryn Hahn added a dose of sex appeal to her tuxedo with the bralette trend.

Even if you don’t feel like rocking a full on tux, you can never go wrong with a tuxedo blazer and jeans.

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Sydne Style shows how to wear the floral applique trend on the golden globes red carpet by busy philips jessica chastain and olivia culpo.jpg .jpgFlorals were a big trend for fall. So it was only fitting that the print was popular on the red carpet. But actresses went a step further with 3-D designs that brought their florals to life. Busy Philips was boho glam in a Stella McCartney embroidered dress, Jessica Chastain dazzled in a Prada blue gown with floral sparkles and Olivia Culpo made a major statement in an embellished Zuhair Murad couture gown.

Try the florals trend with an embroidered sweater, textured dress or embellished jacket.

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Sydne Style shows how to wear the yellow trend on the golden globes red carpet by viola davis and natalie portmanI was thrilled to see so much of my favorite color on the Golden Globes red carpet! It just shows that yellow works on every hair color and skin tone. Viola Davis was one of my favorites in a sparkly Michael Kors gown (side note: how incredible was her intro on Merly Streep?!). Emily Ratajkowski served up her signature dose of sex appeal in Reem Acra while Natalie Portman embodied her on-screen character in a very Jackie O inspired Prada gown.

If you’re not into dresses, a yellow sweater or jacket is a great way to brighten up a winter day.

Shop the Yellow Dresses Trend

Sydne Style shows how to wear pink ruffles like the golden globes red carpet trend on carrie underwood zoe saldana felicity jonesPink was another popular color on the Golden Globes red carpet. But pink ruffles were an even bigger trend. Carrie Underwood made quite the statement in a Iris Serban gown, Zoe Saldana went feminine in Gucci while Felicity Jones tied her pretty pink pleats with a sparkly bow.

The pink ruffles reminded me of one of my favorite sweaters of the moment (it’s only $28!). See? You don’t have to wear a gown to get the trend.

Shop the Pink Ruffles Trend

Sydne Style shows the best dressed at the Golden Globes 2017 red carpet with Jessica Biel Reese Witherspoon and Mandy MooreNow that we have the trends covered, let’s talk fashion favorites. My top three runner-ups on the Golden Globes red carpet were Jessica Biel in Elie Saab Haute Couture (with floral appliqué!), Reese Witherspoon in a yellow Atelier Versace gown and Mandy Moore in Naeem Khan. Who did you think was best dressed at the 2017 Golden Globes?

See my number 1 Golden Globes pick here!


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