Best Dressed Stars at the 2019 Golden Globes

Golden Globes Glitz: 12 Best Dressed Attendees Of The 76th Golden Globe Awards

January 6, 2019 has marked the beginning of the most wonderful time of the year: awards season.


January 6, 2019, has marked the beginning of the most wonderful time of the year: awards season. With awards season comes awards fashion, and the stars hardly ever disappoint. At this year's Golden Globe Awards, hosted by Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh, the red carpet expectations have heightened due to one of the most sought after arrivals of the evening: Best Actress nominee Lady Gaga.

Some of Lady Gaga's most iconic red carpet appearances.

There's a reason that the E! Red Carpet Special declared that she was the most anticipated arrival of the evening. Gaga has notably been known for her eccentric fashion choices over the years, so her appearance at the Golden Globes has caused attendees to bring their best.

Alas, here are the 12 best-dressed stars at the 2019 Golden Globe Awards.

1. Lady Gaga in Valentino


You didn't think she wouldn't make the list after that intro, did you? Time and time again, the A Star is Born actress has proven that she is a fashion trailblazer on the red carpet. For the first major awards ceremony of the season, the singer opted for a periwinkle Valentino gown and Tiffany & Co. jewelry.

2. Christian Bale in Brioni

The Hollywood Reporter

Christian Bale, pictured with his wife Sibi Blazic, showed up in black-on-black-on-black. The Golden Globe winner for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Film was donned in a complete Brioni suit with Cartier accessories.

3. Regina King in Alberta Ferretti

E! Online

Regina King, who took home the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture, looked stunning as she walked the red carpet. This custom Alberta Ferretti gown hugged her curves in all the right places and its sequin embellishments were sure to shift all eyes towards her.

4. Darren Criss in Dior

E! Online

After his Met Gala look mid last year, the American Crime Story actor and Golden Globe winner held a high standard for his future red carpet appearances. Let's just say he did not disappoint in this floral Dior suit.

5. Saoirse Ronan in Gucci

E! Online

Dazzling gowns seemed the shine down the red carpet and become a reoccurring trend the entire evening. Saoirse Ronan kept it flirty and chic with this Gucci gown.

6. Michael B. Jordan in Burberry

E! Online

You could take Michael B. Jordan out of this Burberry number and he would still probably make a best-dressed list. Sorry, not sorry. The Fahrenheit 451 star classically paired a white dress shirt with a satin bow tie.

7. Taylor Swift in Atelier Versace

Evening Standard

The pop phenomenon didn't make an official Golden Globes red carpet appearance, but she did present the award for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture and attend the InStyle and Warner Bros after party. Swift rocked a black corseted Atelier Versace gown with a high slit. She also wore her classic red lip and Atelier Versace strappy heels with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.

8. John Krasinski in Brunello Cucinelli

The Hollywood Reporter

John Krasinski has not only killed it in Jack Ryan and A Quiet Place but on the red carpet. Krasinski sported a navy blue Brunello Cucinelli tuxedo detailed with a satin collar, and matching blue bow tie, Christian Louboutin dress shoes. Even his IWC watch and blue Montblanc cufflinks were blue. We love a stylish monochromatic king.

9. Kiki Layne in Dior Haute Couture

E! Online

Kiki, we are riding for this marvelous fashion choice. The If Beale Street Could Talk star looked breathtaking in this blush tulle gown by Dior.

10. Bradley Cooper in Gucci

The Hollywood Reporter

Talk about a power couple! Bradley Cooper made a simultaneously classic and bold fashion choice with an all-white ensemble. The Best Actor in a Drama Film nominee accessorized with black dress shoes, a black bow tie, and his father's cufflinks.

11. Debra Messing in Pamela Rolland

People Magazine

One would think that sequins and feathers (along with a cape!) should never be on the same garment, but Debra Messing's Pamela Rolland gown proves otherwise. The classic black and silver color combination is truly what saves this outfit, along with Messing's elegant sway and fiery tresses.

12. Sterling K. Brown in Brunello Cucinelli

E! Online

Sterling K. Brown showed up looking dapper alongside his wife, Ryan Michelle Bathe. Just like John Krasinski, the This is Us actor wore a Brunello Cucinelli suit with an IWC watch. He also paired it with aviator sunglasses, David Yurman cufflinks, and Fratelli Rossetti shoes.

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12 Tips Before Getting Your First Eyelash Extensions

I know you are in the middle of making your appointment, but here are a few pointers.


If you are like me, you are super hesitant about trying new things in the beauty realm. I have finally tried lash extensions and can easily say I am obsessed. 10/10 recommend! If you are considering getting yours done, here are a few pointers!

1. Shower before your appointment.

This seems logical, but I wasn't aware. Luckily, I did shower before my appointment and wasn't shocked when my lash tech said, "don't get them wet for 24 hours."

2. Not all extensions are over the top. There are lash extensions for EVERYONE. 

I was super worried my lashes were going to be crazy over the top and I would look crazy during my runs. I asked my lash tech and she gave me a set of natural lashes. You get to pick the style of lashes you want! You can get them for fuller volume or just a natural look. There is a style of lashes for everyone!

3. Yes, they are SO much better than mascara and strip lashes.

I was already a firm hater of mascara, so lash extensions didn't have to work hard to win me over. As for strip lashes, I use to love putting them on for a night out or date night. It seemed as if a makeup look was not complete without them. Now, I wear less makeup on a night out because I feel as if my lashes really just pull the simplest of looks together.

4. Not all lash techs will charge you an arm and a leg.

One of my favorite nail salons offers lash extensions, STARTING at $100. Luckily, if you live near a college campus, the chances are high that a student is certified to do them and charges well under $100. I get mine done for $60 and leave happy with the work done every time.

5. You can go bare-faced and still feel flawless.

I have never woken up and felt so gorgeous right after stumbling out of bed. Lash extensions really give you an extra boost of confidence in feeling like you don't even want to bother with putting on makeup for the day.

6. You will need to wash your face in the sink, not the shower. 

You can get your lashes wet, but water coming forcefully out of a showerhead directly onto your lashes is not good for them. Makeup wipes and a careful face cleaning in the sink will take care of all your facial needs while avoiding causing damage to your lashes. I still use face masks when I have mine done!

7. Check the ingredients in your makeup removing products. 

To remove makeup, I LOVE using coconut oil. If you have lash extensions you should NOT use coconut oil. In fact, when your down to the last few lashes and are ready for them to come off, use coconut oil on a cotton ball and gently rub it along your lash line. Certain oils breakdown the glue used for lash extensions, so be aware of them before using them on your eye makeup.

8. Some people will truly believe they are your natural lashes. 

Here are some responses for their inquiries:

"I wish."

"Lash extensions, 10/10 recommend."

"I woke up like this."

9. You will need to sleep pretty. 

I have a tendency to sleep on my face. A tendency which I soon broke after getting lash extensions. You will have to learn to stay on your side or lay on your back so you don't rub all of your extensions out in the night.

WARNING: Be extra cautious on a night out where adult beverages were consumed. Ruining your lashes by drunkenly rubbing or sleeping on your face may cause heavy lash-loss.

10. They last about two to three weeks.

I have found that mine stay in pretty thick up until about 2.5 weeks. If you are careful, they could definitely still look flawless pushing week three.

11. They aren't damaging to your real lashes.

As long as you go to a licensed lash tech and aren't rubbing your face or pulling your lashes out, your natural lashes are safe and sound!

12. Once you get them done, you'll be going back for more.

It's not an addiction. And if it is, I don't think there is an issue to being addicted to feeling great about your lashes!

Making your lash appointment now? I figured.

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