Despite how much we loathe winter, the season does have one redeeming quality: It's award season! And sure, we want to know which films and actors score big, but let's be real, we're really tuning in for the exquisite display of fashion. Between the flowing gowns and sparkling jewels, there's just so much to ogle. Sunday's Golden Globes were no exception—all of the glitz and glamour was in full swing (as it should be). Here's a recap of the best and worst looks from the evening.
Reese Witherspoon in Calvin Klein
Reese Witherspoon always brings her style A-game to the red carpet, so it was no surprise that she looked gorgeous! We're getting an old Hollywood glamour feel with this shimmery stunner.
Allison Williams in Armani Privé
Normally, we'd think that tons of ruffles and cascading layers would a bad thing, but the Girls star totally rocks this gown. The vermillion red complements her fair skin tone, and her slicked-back curls perfectly tie the whole ensemble into a retro Barbie look.
Emily Blunt in Michael Kors
Emily Blunt's Grecian gown is simple, but it goes a long way! The criss-cross detail prevents the dress from looking boring, plus she wore just the right amount of jewelry!
Lupita Nyong'o in Giambattista Valli couture
Ever since her red carpet debut at last year's Oscars, Lupita Nyong'o hasn't disappointed us with her fashion decisions. This springy gown is dramatic in all the right ways. The purple hues and cascading flower details are just beautiful, plus we love how the cut shows off her enviable arms!
Anna Kendrick in Monique Lhuillier
Anna Kendrick looks like royalty in this gorgeous gown. The nude-colored tulle and maroon embellishments dazzle together, making this Into the Woods star look like a real princess!
Katherine Heigl in Zac Posen
We love the deep blue shade of Katherine's dress, but the overall shape looks stiff and the giant ruffle at the bottom drapes oddly.
Rosamund Pike in Vera Wang
Although this Gone Girl star's gown has a unique design, it ultimately ends up looking too loose-fitting. We were seriously worried Rosamund's dress was going to fall at any second!
Lena Dunham in Zac Posen
Though we like the asymmetrical, high-low hem of Lena's dress, the satin material and boxy fit make her a bit frumpy.
Lana Del Rey in vintage Travilla
Between the wavy hairdo and pleated seafoam-colored gown, Lana Del Rey is practically channeling Ariel from the Little Mermaid. She rocks the deep plunge, but there are just too many pleats for our taste!
Keira Knightley in Chanel
Keira Knightley has taken a lot of fashion risks on the red carpet, and while many have been successful, this one just isn't. The frilly tiered layers resemble something your grandma might sew (no offense Grandma!) and the main bodice is just too busy with all of the butterflies and random feathers floating around.
What were your favorite looks from the night, collegiettes?