Golden Globes style: the best and worst from the red carpet!


Last night's Golden Globes really covered all fashion extremes! From Emma Stone's stunning Lanvin jumpsuit to Keira Knightley's questionable lumpy floral number, there were some great style moments and some… well… not so great.

Let's take a look back at a few of the best and worst looks from last nights awards show.

The best

1. Emma Stone in Lanvin
Not everyone wore a ballgown – Emma looked every bit the elegant style queen in her sparking jumpsuit. Win!

2. Kate Beckinsale in Elie Saab
Kate played it safe in this neutral low-cut gown, but it totally paid off.

3. Kelly Osbourne in Christian Siriano
Kelly looked FIERCE in this deep blue number that clung in all the right places.

4. Lorde in Narciso Rodriguez
Another non-dress! We have big love for this feminine take on the classic tux.


The worst

1. Lana del Rey in a Quality Street wrapper
Crinkled = satin = turquoise = WTF?!

2. Dakota Johnson in a sequinned boob tube
Yes, it's Chanel. Yes, the top half looks like something we would have worn to a teen disco back in 2002. You win some, you lose some.

3. Felicity Jones in neck-to-toe satin
That high neck line is a bit too Downton Abbey…

4. Keira Knightley in a Victorian nightgown
Why the neck frill? Why, oh why, the neck frill? This dress took 30 people to make but we reckon we could have done a better job with our nana's sewing machine and a few metres of old curtain.


A special mention

Catherine Zeta-Jones proving she is the dramatic red dress emoji IRL
Some clever photoshopping by this fan revealed the TRUTH!


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