Red Carpet Dish: Looks We Love

Some may say the “most wonderful time of the year” is now behind us…but we are stylists and have we mentioned how much we love red carpet award season?! This past Sunday marked the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards and we were left feeling giddy for the fashion we saw and have yet to see for future 2019 red carpets.

From excessive volume and ruffles to sheer fabrication, sequins, embellishments, bold colors, neutral hues, all white, and black & white we felt the diversity in fashion choices mirror the diversity and progress we saw on the stage, and we are so proud and inspired by all of it.


Classic Looks for the Sophisticated Stars

Sandra Oh. Atelier Versace:, Getty Images.


Julia Roberts. Stella McCartney:, Getty Images.


Charlize Theron, Dior Couture:

E online, Rob Latour/REX/Shutterstock.


Carol Burnett, Bob Mackie:


Ruffles & Volume

Lili Reinhard, Khyeli:, Getty ImagesVALERIE MACON


Sofia Carson, Giambattista Valli Paris:

Getty Images


Gemma Chan, Valentino:, Getty Images.


Jewel Tone Sequins

Regina King, Alberta Ferretti:, Wireimage.


Lupita Nyong’o, Calvin Klein by Appointment:, Wireimage.


Sheer Fabrications/Pastel Hues

Constance Wu, Vera Wang:, Wireimage.


Allison Brie, Vera Wang:

Getty Images.


The Gents

The men showed up with bold colors, patterns, and embellishments oh my!

Mahershala Ali, Etro:, Getty Images.


John Krasinski, Brunello Cucinelli and Christian Laboutin: Getty Images.


Idris Elba, Ozwald Boateng:, Getty Images.


Ben Wishaw, Alexander McQueen:, Getty Images.


Darren Criss, Dior:, Getty Images.


Ryan Seacrest, Ryan Seascrest Distinction for Macy’s:

Etonline, Getty Images.

We can’t wait to see what the Grammy’s have in store on February 10th! Stay tuned, and in the meantime…

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Christy Walsh

Christy graduated with a degree in fashion merchandising from Kent State University and with a master’s degree in marketing and communication from Franklin University. She worked as a visual merchandiser for Columbus-based tween brand Justice and Fortune 500 Columbus-based retailer Abercrombie & Fitch before joining Wardrobe Therapy. She lives in Worthington, Ohio with her husband and two daughters.

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