Sunday, January 17, 2010


Every year, there is a trend, asymmetrical gowns, metallics, or even simple black strapless, so what's the trend going to be come Sunday, January 17th, 2010 for the Golden Globes? Well after taking a look at Fashion Week in NY back in October, it gives hints to some trends that should be gracing the red carpet tomorrow.

TREND #1: COLOR YOURSELF. Beautiful colored jewels will adorn the necklines of some of Hollywood's hottest. Red rubies, emeralds, sapphires, in bold pieces will be making quite the statements. Look for Fred Leighton, Geary, and Neil Lane to make these Tinseltown beauties bling in style.

TREND #2: FEMININE TOUCH. Luck be a lady, that wins a Golden Globes, that is for sure. You will see some of your favorites gently draped in ruffles. Feminine detailing that is soft and beautiful give a sense of balanced beauty to Hollywood glamour.

TREND #3: THINK PINK. Magenta is a signature color of the season, so be prepared to see some color on the red carpet this year. Not only does this gorgeous shade captivate the imagination, but it enhances the beautiful bronze bodies, as well as, the fair porcelain canvases that it's wrapped around.

TREND #4: BOLD SHOULDER. If the asymmetrical trend wasn't fierce enough, we will see a lot of one-sleeve accents. The couture element of these gowns will be sure showstoppers! Rumor is that January Jones will be wearing a sexy bold shoulder in black! We'll see, . . .

TREND #5: IN AU. Glittering gold is the new black. Dazzling metallics take center stage amongst Hollywood's brightest stars! Outshining the rest of the gowns on the red carpet, these golden beauties will even give the Golden Globe trophy a run for their money.

TREND #6: LADY IN RED. Oh yes, you heard it, Tinseltown's ladies will be on fire on the carpet come Sunday night. I swear, rumor has it that Cameron Diaz selected a red hot number with cap sleeves. You'll see beautifully draped gowns in halters, w/ sleeves, and even strapless. This sizzling hot hue will be hard to miss!

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