Fashion Lessons From The 77th Golden Globes

What The Goss

The 77th Golden Globes gave us major fashion goals at the ceremony. The awards show saw an attendance of various high-profile celebrities dressed in the latest creations of the top designers of the world. Considering that, the celebs looked extremely gorgeous and dapper dressed in the latest trends. If you want to be glammed up in the latest style trends, Wedding Affair has listed some of the top trends spotted at the 77th Golden Globe Awards. Take a look and never be out of style.

1. Puffed Sleeves Style

Puffed sleeves were a big hit at the Golden Globes this year. Longer or short ones — the pleats in the sleeves and bells became the highlights of a number of looks. Shoulder accentuates and ball-type sleeves are all the drama that we need in our life.

2. Off-Shoulder Suave

Show off those collar bones, baby! Off-shoulder gowns and tops were to be seen everywhere at the awards gala. From Nicole Kidman to Scarlett Johansson — the celebrities adorned this style with utmost grace. When paired with a thigh-high slit, the gowns look absolutely gorgeous.

3. Retro Rock

Style that ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s Hollywood fashion with full confidence as it is on a high boom. Our favourite Bollywood diva Priyanka Chopra made an appearance in a fuchsia-pink vintage-style gown and paired it with a statement necklace. You can style polka dots and bell-sleeves to get dressed in vintage Hollywood style as well.

4. Power Suiting

Power suiting — the trend of the ‘70s and ‘80s — is back in fashion again. Blazers paired with skirts and body chains look particularly gorgeous. Accentuated with dramatic collars and sleeves, the blazers make for the most gorgeous pieces of clothing.

5. All That Shines

All that glitters is glam. From shiny fabrics to glitter sequins, the celebrities shined bright in all kinds of glittery outfits. Graphic makeup and shiny eyes also multiplied the aura of the look.

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