Golden Globes 2019 Fashion: Top 5 fierce and flops

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Actress Camilla Belle stepped out on the red carpet wearing a stunning dark blue gown with refective, emerald green spots. The gown fits her figure perfectly in all the right places. Her smokey green eye look paired with a nude lip is definitely a top 5 moment. To tie the look together, Belle is wearing silver jewelry and carrying a forest green clutch.

2019 Golden Globes host Sandra Oh is wearing a white Ateliar Versace gown. If there is one word to describe this look: classic. From her old-Hollywood curly updo, to her eye-catching red lip, to her stunning jewelry. Oh made us say “Oh my” to this unforgettable red carpet moment.

Orange has never looked so good. “Black Panther” breakout star Danai Gurira snatched our wigs in this Rodarte custom-made bright orange,one-shoulder gown with a satin bow. Her dress is detailed with red sequence, giving it a firey look. Gurira is also sporting a dark smokey eye, a metallic brown lip and Platinum by Fred Leighton jewelry.

Can you say legs for days! “Crazy Rich Asians” actress Gemma Chan, showed off her stunning legs as she walked the 2019 Golden Globes red carpet in a beautiful blue Valentino Haute Couture gown. Her gown featured a large bow around the back of her neck, along with a train. Chan paired the Valentino with matching blue Louboutin pumps. She also wore a subtle, natural eye look and a bold red lip and Forevermark Diamonds.

Actress Regina King showed off her curves in a blush pink, sequin-covered Alberta Ferretti floor length dress. King glided down the red carpet with loose hanging curls and a fierce, yet subtle eye look. She tied the look together with silver earring and rings.

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British star Phoebe Waller-Bridge wore a red sequin gown to the 2019 Golden Globes. The bodice of the dress is unflattering and resembles a bad pageant gown.

Joanna Newsome stepped out in a Rodarte dress. The heart shape carved on the bodice was not enough to make us love this look. To top it off, the scalloped hem and cape were tacky.

Comedian D’Arcy Carden made us take a second look at this gown, and not in a good way. This gown looks as if it is handmade and is just plain frumpy
FX series “Pose” star, Indya Moore, wore a Louis Vuitton “Star Trek” inspired dress to this year's Golden Globes. Why? We aren’t sure either. Perhaps the MTV awards would have been a better event. 

Elise Fisher captured our hearts as the voice of Agnus in the well-known animated film “Despicable Me.” She also captured our attention in this unflattering, monotoned Kenzo velvet ensemble.

-Gabrielle Howard

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