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Fashion Police: 2013 Golden Globes

Jan 14, 2013

The Golden Globe Award show is the first show of the award season every year. This show is a lot less formal and serious than the other shows (Like the Oscars), and stars definitely let their hair down more.

Red hot reds

Jennifer LawrenceJennifer Lawrence: her dress was on fire -- no special effects neededCourtesy of Getty Images
 

In 2013, we saw a lot of red dresses. Jennifer Lawrence was wearing her now signature color which brought to mind her fire dress from The Hunger Games. Her ball gown went on for miles and looked fabulous.

Nail Art

Zooey DeschanelZooey Deschanel in red with her awesome nail art, 2013 versionCourtesy of Getty Images
 

Zooey Deschanel was also in red,  but her big fashion story was her signature nail art. Last year, she wore tuxedo nails. This year it was vintage film-themed!

Fishtails

Megan Fox, Hayden Panettiere, JLoBeautiful nude-colored fishtail silhouettesCourtesy of Getty Images
 

The runway was swimming with gowns that were tight and strapless up top with yards of peplum gathered at the feet. Three fab stars pulled off this look the best: JLo, Hayden Panettierre and Megan Fox.

Amy Adams, Jessica Alba and Kelly Osbourne with overdone fishtailsSeashell-colored mermaid tails. It can't be easy to walk or sit down wearing these gowns.Courtesy of Getty Images
 

Three who took the mermaid look a little too far: Amy Adams, Jessica Alba and Kelly Osbourne.

The Bridesmaid Look

Zosia Mamet, Lena Dunham and Allison WilliamsBeautiful bridesmaid dresses make the transformation to award show gowns Courtesy of Washington Post
 

The girls from HBO's The Girls had a coordinated look. While they could have looked like bridesmaids in their sleeveless gowns, they pulled off the look beautifully with embellished accents and gorgeous fabrics. Their lovely updos and age-appropriate not-too-overdone makeup completed the look for each of them.

Peek-a-Boo Dresses

Kristen Wiig, Emily Blunt and Kate HudsonPeek-a-boo cutout dressesCourtesy of Getty Images
 

There's nothing ordinary about dresses with holes cut into them. Comedian Kristin Wiig's dress had a window into her navel. Actress Nicole Kidman showed off her abs. Some like it and some not so much (vote in the poll on this page to the right of this article and let us know what you think!). It's definitely a matter of personal taste, but it's a style that we'll be seeing more of in the rest of the award show season.

Epic Fails

Amanda Seyfried and Cody HornThe Fashion Police agree: the two dresses that need to get pulled over and ticketed...Courtesy of Getty Images and Just Jared
 

While Amanda Seyfried's Givenchy dress was seen as a hit by some, at one Golden Globes party the general comments were not as positive. The lace bodice was criscrossed by lines of fabric, which many agreed resembled a mummy bride. The ivory color did little to accent Amanda's lovely light complexion, and actually washed out her color (which didn't do anything for the corpse bride dress). Of course, Amanda's natural beauty did shine through, but this is a dress she shouldn't wear again. Ever.

Cody Horn, of "Magic Mike", wore a lilac Grecian Vionnet gown that plunged to her waist at the front but was banded at the top by what looked like the bar that covers the eyes of a Glamour Magazine fashion victim. She sat front and center at the ceremony, and many people reported spending more time with their eyes on Cody, expecting her to have a wardrobe malfunction, than listening to the acceptance speeches.

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Do you agree, disagree, or not care about the fashion statements made at the 2013 Golden Globe awards? Whatever your opinions, Kidzworld wants to hear them! Share your thoughts below.

 

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HannahG posted in Style:
Well to the people above, I shop at stores like Hollister, Forever 21, and H&M, but it's still a continuing problem because I have no way of telling if it's too kiddish. 
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glitterbomb911 posted in Style:
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Your parents clearly hate you... Just kidding but maybe its time to talk to them and see if they understand where you are coming from.
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