Am I right or am I right? Go Oprah.
in the coming months. Last night's Golden Globes ushered in a new wave of trends. The up-dos were tighter, the necklines were plunging, the slits were thigh-high, elegant black bows made the perfect finishing touch, the colors were soft and pretty.... overall, every look was feminine and ladylike to it's core. Gone are the deep, bold hues and structure from fall. Here come the lighter days of spring.
It also gave me the perfect opportunity to experiment with my new black paper...
I also love Vogue's exclusive gallery Inside the Met Gala 2016.
The hair: if it wasn't a braid (like Chrissy Teigen, Olivia Wilde, Anne Hathaway at the Vanity Fair after party) then it was loose and unkempt (Margot Robbie - seriously, how stunning is she? Naomi Watts, Alicia Vikander, Saoirse Ronan all worked the look). Others went sleek and straight with a fresh blowout like JLaw and Reese Witherspoon, or a really tight bun (Rooney Mara, Charlize Theron, Rachel McAdams all sported this one).
The dresses: at the afterparties, plunging necklines and a high split seemed to be the trend of the night (Taylor Swift, Rachel McAdams dress #2, Jessica Alba. And SEQUINS. A plethora of sequins as seen on many of the lovely ladies listed above (even Chrisy Teigen opted for a black sequined dress to end the night).
We'll end with this because Justin & Jessica are everything. And this...
Who were your best dressed? What were your favorite moments?
Playing catch-up yesterday resulted in watching The Bachelor while working (and possibly drinking wine). If you follow me on instagram, you noticed the brief interruptions in work to highlight two of the standouts from last night's premiere, Lace and the rose girl (no idea what her name is).
I can't wait to tune in for the shenanigans each Monday night!