Golden Globes Best Dressed: Julianne, Lupita, Amal, and Others! Vote Your Favorite Look Now!

With the Golden Globes, the year’s red carpet has officially started. The awards brought out some of Hollywood’s biggest names, and I have very good fashion news: The best-dressed list did not disappoint. Whether you like sheer glamour or prefer something slinky and sexy, there was a dress you’re going to fall totally in love with. Oh, and if you adore sparkle, you might just loose your mind.

I actually shrieked a little when I saw this bright yellow Gucci gown on Naomi Watts (she said she picked it because she liked the color too!). In a dark color, it would’ve read as too safe, but the daffodil yellow punched it up perfectly. And, you know, the Bulgari diamond snake choker didn’t hurt.

With the plunging neckline and dark bronze lame fabric of this Atelier Versace, this was the most disco-licious I’ve ever seen Jessica Chastain. The reflective fabric gives her just the right amount of glow. For jewels, she wore Piaget.

I’d predicted Emily Blunt would do a floral, but she surprised me in pure white Michael Kors. It’s gracious and feminine with the wrapped halter neck and flowing fabric (and even got a compliment from Jessica Chastain!).

There was so much gorgeous sparkle coming off of Allison Williams that I couldn’t help but think of Dorothy’s ruby slippers. It’s legitimately dazzling to look at, right? I love it whenever she picks classic ball gowns for big engagements like this one, and it can’t get much better than this hand-beaded Armani Prive. For diamonds, she did Cartier.

Jennifer Aniston did the fanciest version of an LBD in this halter-neck Saint Laurent pick. Lines of black sequins gave the top half some shine, while that slit up her thigh flashed some leg. The banded waist brought in a menswear vibe, hinting of a classic cummerbund.

Julianne Moore left the rich hues she typically picks at home in favor of this super, super shiny Givenchy Haute Couture dress trimmed with gray feathers at the bottom.

For her first big red carpet moment with hubby George, Amal Clooney did Dior Haute Couture with a sash that draped down her back. For the buzziest accessory of the night, she picked white elbow-length gloves that she said were her own.

Amy Adams stayed with the formula she does a lot on the red carpet: a soft neutral in a classic modern princess style, by Versace this time. Her gems were by Tiffany & Co.

If you told me Sienna Miller had deconstructed a vintage gown and turned it into this beaded beauty, I would’ve believed you. It’s actually Miu Miu with a plunging neck and illusion back, and it’s the perfect mix of boho and glam. She finished it off with Tiffany jewelry.

The sparkle just won’t stop tonight, huh? Dakota Johnson went for mega silver shine in this strapless Chanel stunner and because she is in what’s got to be one of the year’s sexiest upcoming movies, she made sure it had a high slit that flashed lots of leg. For me, it was all about the train that flowed out behind her.

The entire world knows Chrissy Teigen can do sexy, but I’m always especially excited to see her more covered up (albeit still steamy in Zuhair Murad). Attending with hubby John Legend, who said he loved the dress, she looked angelic in all this sparkling white.

We don’t see Zosia Mamet in such a ball gown that often, but gosh, I hope we do more often! I love the peplum flare from the waist and the two-tone nature of this Andrew Gn beauty.

For a girl that loves canary yellow, I was in heaven. Leslie Mann gave me another and let the crayon bright take all the focus by picking a simple silhouette. She picked vivid emerald Kimberly McDonald earrings in a contrasting hue, another gorgeous touch to make the main color stand out even more.

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