I just love awards season. Between getting a good list of movies and shows that I should check out, I the fashion and red carpet is always my favorite part. Look, I get it, there's a lot of things going on in the world these days, but I could use a bit of distraction and frivolity from time to time. So without further ado, my favorite looks from last night.
Emma Stone: She's definitely this award season darling, knocking it out of the park with the nominations, but also with the fashion. Last night's look didn't disappoint and was a complete 180 from her light, glittery look from the Golden Globes, but equally as beautiful.
Julie Bowen: Though she didn't make any Best Dressed lists as I have seen, I think that she always brings it to the red carpet. And seriously, she's life goals to the max - she has three kids (one of which is a set of twins), is 46 and still rocks it.
Kate Hudson: Whether or not you think Kate Hudson and Brad Pitt are a thing, you have to agree that she always looks stunning on the red carpet. This look (which is similar to Emma Stone and might be why I love it so much) is gorgeous. Who would have thought that a cape could be so chic?
Teresa Palmer: Being a lover of a good disco ball, this look didn't go unappreciated by me. And I think she hit all of the marks, particularly in pairing what could be an overwhelming dress with simple, chic hair and makeup. It's all-around a great look and totally earns her a spot on the some best dressed lists.
Bryce Dallas Howard: In general, I love BDH. She's got acting chops, a great sense of humor, and now thanks to this dress, an appreciation for dressing on a budget. This dress is a Dress the Population dress and rings in at around $300. Not to mention, who doesn't love a fully sequined dress?
Judith Light: And last, but certainly not least. I give you Judith Light, showing you who's really the boss after all of these years. Seriously, Judith. can you tell me your secrets?
I'll leave you with this, what has hands down been my favorite movie that I've seen in a very long time, and the cast of said movie. They won for Best Cast in a Motion Picture and it was beyond well deserved. Usually I'm not a big fan of Taraji P Henson and her acceptance speeches, but let's kick of Monday together with a thought that rings very true.
'This is a story of unity. This is a story of what happens when we put our differences aside and work together as a human race. We win. Love wins. Everytime.'