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Trends from the 2016 Golden Globes

The 73rd Golden Globes red carpet was filled with some of fashions most forward-thinking trends. From capes to bold colors, this years show gave us fashion lovers lots to covet! With glitz, glamour and dangerously low-plunging necklines, the stars did not hold back with their fashion choices and gave us so much to consider as we prep for many red carpets to come. The 2016 Golden Globes starts off the red carpet season and because it's the first red carpet of the year we know these trends will be showing up on other red carpets through out the year!

Here are the hottest trends from the 2016 Golden Globes!

Sapphire Blue

Like sparkling stars in a clear night sky, these celebrities shined on the red carpet. This unique color — that's not quite navy, not yet royal blue — complemented each star in its own way.

Viola Davis (in Marchesa)

 Kate Winslet (in Ralph Lauren Collection)

 Gina Rodriguez (in Zac Posen)

Jenna Dewan-Tatum (in Zuhair Murad)

Canary Yellow

You definitely can't miss these lovely starlets in their canary yellow gowns. With tons of courage and styling assistants that are A+, we give the ladies in yellow a round of applause for pulling off one of the hardest hues to wear.

Lola Kirke (in Monique Lhuillier)

America Ferrera (in Jenny Packham)

Jennifer Lopez (in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture)

White Hot

The color white isn't just for brides, even though its the customary color. In fact, as these stars prove, it can really make a bold statement! We love how each of these woman rocks an entirely different look even though it's the same color.

Eva Longoria (in George Hobeika)

Taraji P. Henson (in Stella McCartney)

Laverne Cox (in Elizabeth Kennedy)

 Alicia Vikander (in Louis Vuitton)

Saiorse Ronan (in Yves Saint Laurent Couture)

What are your favorite looks or trends from the 2016 Golden Globes? Share your comments below or online @blackbride1998!

Images Via: Vogue.com, People.com & Peoplestylewatch.com

 

 

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