The stars came out to shine in their best couture at the Golden Globe Awards. Dying to look like your favorite star on the red carpet? At Bridal Reflections we are giving you that chance, take a look at how you can get your favorite stars look!
Claire Danes rocked the red carpet in a red Versace gown with a plunging neckline. The gathering at the waist was very flattering to her figure. It’s hard to believe the Homeland star gave birth only one month ago!
Get The Look: This candy apple chiffon gown is Noir by Lazaro style NZ3333. This style is becoming on the body with a plunging neckline, cummerbund at the natural waist and a soft A-line skirt.
Sarah Hyland is on trend in this peplum Max Azria gown. Peplum really helps to accentuate the waist to create the ultra feminine hourglass shape.
Get The Look: To the left we have a laser cut lace gown made of organza with a sweetheart neckline and lace peplum detail, this style is Noir by Lazaro 3336. To the right we have a Mikado trumpet gown with a peplum detail by Alvina Valenta, style 9265.
Jacki Weaver The Silver Linings Playbook nominee wore a vibrant green silk chiffon gown with ruching details by Pamella Roland. It was perfect timing as Pantone just announced that Emerald Green would be the color of 2013!
Get The Look: After Six style 6652 in Lux Chiffon is the perfect shade of vibrant green with rouching around the bodice for a becoming look.
Allison Williams wore a J. Mendel gown with a plunging neckline. Her look was very high fashion meets old Hollywood glamour and we love it!
Get The Look: This Noir by Lazaro style NZ3335 fitted trumpet gown has a flattering neckline with an organza flower accent at the waist.
Marion Cotillard wore a custom fiery orange-red Dior Couture gown with an asymmetrical hem.
Get The Look: To the left we have style D581 by Alfred Sung, this Mandarin strapless dupioni gown will have you looking chic. To the right we have Belsoie by Jasmine style L154021. This high-low style in Mango Tango will really make a fashion statement.
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