I On Fashion: The Golden Globes 2019

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Almost all of the fashion trends we follow come from the fashion shows and big red carpet events featuring renowned models and celebrities. They are dressed in the latest attire, sporting upcoming fashion trends that we can’t help but fall in love with. This year again, the Golden Globes Red Carpet was as happening as ever, with celebrities showing off the best designer wear, displaying the trends that will take over 2019. If you want to know what trends owned the Golden Globes 2019, then keep on reading!

Claire Foy

 

#1 Yellow Is Back And Is Here To Stay:

Yellow is such a cheerful color, perfect for summer and spring. We saw the color yellow fading away from the fashion industry, and colors like millennial pink, taupe, and jewel tones taking its place. But there is a piece of good news for everyone who loves love this bright and bubbly color. Yellow is back and we’ll be seeing it everywhere in 2019. The beautiful Claire Foy sported a lovely yellow satin dress at the red carpet, giving us major fashion inspiration.

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#2 Breathtakingly Gorgeous Floral Embroidery For Men:

Who said floral patterns and motifs are only for women. Well, this is 2019 and men are proudly showing off their gorgeous floral embroidered ensembles. The renowned performer, Billy Porter modeled for the Golden Globes in a jaw-dropping satin suit with intricate floral embroidery. The floor length cape with bright pink peeking from the inside gave this attire a lot more personality. So all the men out there, take some inspiration from him and proudly step out in pinks and florals.

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – JANUARY 06: Taraji P. Henson attends the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 6, 2019, in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

#3 Deep Plunging Necklines All The Way:

Plunging necklines were all the rage in 2017 and 2018. But in 2019, these necklines have taken a deeper lunge and they are sexier than ever. Taraji P. Henson dressed up in a sultry velvet dress that featured a deep plunging neckline and our jaws dropped in amazement. If elegance was a person, it was Taraji P. Henson at the Golden Globes Red Carpet. She paired the dress with silver jewelry to spread some major classy vibes, and sure as hell succeeded.

Lucy Boynton

#4 Swap Your Fabrics With Metal, Or Mimic The Blinding Shine:

Blinding shine is not just for your cheekbones as metallic fabrics have taken over the fashion industry this year. These fabrics mimic the appearance of molten metal, which reflects beautifully. The leading actress, Lucy Boynton made an appearance on the red carpet sporting a flowy and glimmering dress that looks nothing less than pure liquid gold. The moment we saw that dress, we knew what was missing in our closet. The class, the style, and the glamour of this dress are absolutely unbeatable.

With her blonde hair done in curls and cascading down her shoulders, Julia was a vision and also wore a soft and subtle makeup look.

#5 The Curtain Drape Is All The Rage:

Who said we are bidding goodbye to the curtain drape? Julia Roberts made sure she takes this beautiful trend with her in 2019. We sure thank her for this because it is absolutely chic. The combination of black and light beige makes this dress sophisticated and perfect for a celebrity with an elegant style like her. Her blonde Hollywood waves add to the classy aura of this dress. In our opinion, she steals the spotlight ever so subtly every time at the Golden Globes red carpet.

Each year, celebrities and designers together, set these awe-inspiring trends that we see everywhere. From unique drapes to sultry cuts to bright colors and intricate embroidery, these trends are here to make our 2019 trendier than before. What were your favorite designs from the Golden Globes 2019? Share with us!

 

About Irene Michaels

Over the past 25 years I have taken on the roles of a producer, publisher, insider journalist and fundraiser. My artistic interests began early in my teens working as a model and a dancer throughout the U.S. I formed my first modeling agency before I was twenty. While modeling I secured a re-occurring role in the popular daytime TV series General Hospital. Read more...

1 comment to " I On Fashion: The Golden Globes 2019 "
  • Wayne Anderson

    Just wanted to stop by the comment section and drop a knowledge bomb. Most people who watch these events are subconsciously exposed to certain brands that celebrities wear. It’s the most critical part of marketing for designer brands. Just wanted to share that because these images sparked my inner marketing knowledge.

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