Color Inspiration from the Red Carpet

Jan 16 2012

Happy Birthday Dr. King!

Not only is it Martin Luther King Day and for MLK volunteers, a “Day of Service” it’s also Color Monday on Truly Engaging … Did you tune into the 69th annual Golden Globes last night? If you witnessed the walk of fashion, then you saw lots of shimmer, glimmer and glam–steeped in jewel-tones, pretty pastels and knock-out neutrals. Here are 12 of our favorite gowns for color and style inspiration. Be sure to let us know what you think!

Congrats to Michelle Williams {Best Actress in a motion picture comedy for My Week with Marilyn} who seemingly has the ability to pull off “cute” and “amazing” simultaneously.

Reese Witherspoon never fails to look fantastic and no less in this red stunner!

Emma Stone looked fabulous in her regal-looking color combo.

Viola Davis from The Help- set the bar very high for the red carpet look. WOW, she looked beautiful!

Zooey Deschanel- Adorable and very mod! Do we need to say more?

Octavia Spencer- Looking radiant in her airy pastel gown…. a big congratulations to Octavia as Minnie in The Help–winner of Best Supporting Actress!

Jessica Alba- looking lovely, and sweetly embellished.

 Charlize Theron- in a gown with a modern Great Gatsby look and feel!

Sarah Hyland- no wardrobe malfunction here. Sarah has the look of a young, “Old Hollywood” great.

Salma Hayek- Combining shimmer, chic and a little geometry Salma always looks great!

Congrats also to Claire Danes- Best Actress in her TV series Homeland. Looking wonderful and quite classic in her structured black & white gown.

George Clooney & date Stacy Keibler- my vote for best looking couple on the carpet! Congrats to George for Best Actor in the drama series The Descendants.

 

Who has your vote for best look?

source: TV Guide

 

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3 thoughts on “Color Inspiration from the Red Carpet

  1. Wow, Sarah Hyland looks stunning in her vintage, nude-colored gown! Fits her like a glove, looks great on her skin tone, and the black satin bow/belt adds a little drama/excitement to the subtle dress color.

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