11 Of The Most Unforgettable Golden Globes Red Carpet Looks Of All Time
Awards season is upon us! And while we can’t wait to see some of our favorites pop out on the Golden Globes red carpet this Sunday evening we are still having a vision of the slays of seasons past. Relieve the good times with us as we recall 11 of our favorite Golden Globes dresses of all time.
Halle Berry 2010
Queen Latifah 2016
She looked positively regal in a form-fitting sky blue gown with an embellished bodice from Badgley Mischka. Sidebar: We’re here for plus-size women in clothing that doesn’t hide their bodies!
Naomi Campbell 2018
Muva let us know why she reigns supreme in a structured silver dress that made us grateful for the good folks at Versace.
Kerry Washington 2013
This slimline sand colored Miu Miu dress was the perfect pairing for Kerry Washington’s mod hairstyle. We were here for it!
Regina King 2005
It may have taken the film industry a shameful amount of time to see Regina King’s talent but we’ve always recognized her insane star power. We loved seeing her bring the old Hollywood glamour at 2005’s ceremony in this ivory dress.
Taraji P. Henson 2016
Lupita Nyong’o 2014
Nyong’o’s side part and cape combo was unstoppable. This Ralph Lauren dress was a major show stopper for her first Golden Globes red carpet experience.
Beyoncé looks like an award herself in this gold Elie Saab dress.
Gabourey Sidibe 2011
I love when plus-size women make a statement on the red carpet. Opting out of a basic black or even a dark color dress, I love this purple sequin dress with dolmain sleeves and butterflies ascending from the bottom of the dress. Beautiful!
Whoopi Goldberg 1991
Whoopi Goldberg is pictured at the 1991 Golden Globes Awards wearing a red-orange biased cut tuxedo dress that’s totally back in style today.
Octavia Spencer 2012
Octavia Spencer stunned for her Golden Globes win in this lavender Tadashi Shoji gown.
Make sure to check back here for the best looks of the 2019 Awards season! Which dress is your favorite? Tell us in the comments.