The Best and Worst Dressed at the 2014 Golden Globes

Last night’s Golden Globes red carpet was one of the best we have seen in a long time. Stylists in Hollywood worked some movie magic at the 71st annual ceremony dressing some of biggest celebrities in beautiful gowns from some of the most renowned designer labels. Of course, as with every red carpet, there were a few celebrities who missed the fashion mark. Here is our top best and worst picks from last night’s Golden Globes.

There were many to pick from but we narrowed it down to our best dressed and worst dressed. You can see all the pictures from the red carpet at the bottom of the post

Best Dressed:

Marc’s Pick: Oliva Wilde in Gucci

“She’s glowing as a mom-to-be and the colour of the dress made her gorgeous eyes pop.”

Richard’s Pick: Lupita Nyong’o in Ralph Lauren

“The cape is amazing. The colour is amazing. She has great shoulders for this dress. Hands down, my favourite look from the carpet”

Marc’s Pick: Kaley Cuoco in Rani Zakhem Couture

“The print is beautiful and unexpected. I love the colour on her skin tone and the structure of the top of the dress.”

Marc’s Pick: Cate Blanchett in Armani

“I love the way it fits her. The rounded sleeves and collar of the dress add to the vintage and demure look that Cate always looks good in.”

We both love: Caitlin Fitzgerald in Emilia Wickstead

“The colour. The full skirt. The matching shoe with a hint of coral. We both love this entire look and she wears the dress with such confidence. The sleeves balance out the full skirt and the small accessories complete the look.”

Richard’s Pick: Amy Adams in Valentino

“The fit of this dress is great for Amy’s slender frame. The two tones of red add a big dramatic impact and the deep-v cut and slicked back hairstyle is a perfect combination.

Worst Dressed:

Richard’s Picks: Zooey Deschanel in Oscar-De-La-Renta & Zoe Saldana in Prabal Gurung

Marc’s Picks: Paula Patton in & Julia Roberts in Dolce and Gabbana

Images: Huffingtonpost.ca
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