Jennifer Lopez didn't quite nail this look. 1
It was a big night for the actress after being nominated for a Golden Globe for the first time in 20 years. J.Lo is a fashion icon, so it's rare to see her in an ensemble that people don't love unanimously, but this one didn't please her fans. Some compared her to a Christmas present, while others thought the color choices were odd.
Charlize Theron is a beauty no matter what. 2
She is absolutely stunning, and so is the dress. If the green fabric had been literally any other color, this would have worked--but sadly, it didn't.
All eyes were on Salma Hayek. 3
The Mexican actress reminds us time and time again that she is getting better with the passing of the years. This dress is a beauty but perhaps fit her a bit too snugly in certain areas.
Bel Powley gave the big sleeve trend a shot. 5
The dress is giving us 1980s bridesmaid vibes, and it might have worked since big sleeves are in right now--but perhaps if the dress were tailored to fit her a bit better.
Rooney Mara almost nailed it. 6
Hair embellishments were a big beauty trend on the red carpet, and although the actress looked stunning, her hair took away from the rest of her otherwise decent look.
Shailene Woodley did a little too much. 7
The young actress looked gorgeous as ever, but something about her dress and her shoes just seemed a bit busy, especially the detail on her chest.
Olivia Colman's dress overwhelmed her. 8
While other stars really nailed red gowns on the red carpet, this dress was too overwhelming for the actress. It seemed like there was too much fabric going on and the dress was wearing her, instead of the other way around.
Cate Blanchett changed things up. 9
This soft pastel yellow is rarely seen on the red carpet, and although we do support the color choice, there is something about the sleeves that throws the whole thing off.
Isla Fisher's dress wasn't at all flattering. 11
The color looked great on her, but the dress sort of looked deflated. The way it flopped around her arms and even the skirt seemed a bit ill-fitting.
Lucy Boynton really wanted to stand out. 12
She arrived on the red carpet wearing a silver metallic Louis Vuitton dress that might have seemed like a good idea, but it ended up looking a little more like a costume than a dress.
Kaitlyn Dever chose an interesting print. 13
The actress is 23 years old, and she could have easily chosen a dress that was both elegant and fun. This gown sort of drowned her, and instead of making her stand out as a nominee, it made her fade into the background.
Jodie Comer's green dress was just too much. 14
This design seems to be gaining some popularity, but it is rather unflattering, if you ask us. The color is beautiful, but perhaps if there had been a bit of a detail to highlight her waist, the dress might have worked.
Amy Poehler is always a fun time. 15
The comedian is known for her upbeat and fun personality, but sadly her dress didn't reflect that. It was too dark, with shoulder pads that were a tad too big and a belt that resembled that of a pilgrim. We know she can do much better!
Awkwafina does her own thing. 16
There is nothing traditional about this star. She has risen to fame so quickly, and although her outfit wasn't a hit, she was a big winner. The actress became the first Asian American woman to win a Golden Globe Award for best actress in the musical or comedy category for her role in The Farewell.
We want better for Rachel Bilson. 18
Nothing is flattering about this dress choice. The actress is too beautiful to wear a dress that does her no favors like this one. The color, the style, and the fit just don't work.
Merritt Wever went casual. 19
She wore a black satin gown and strappy heels but topped it off with a loose-fitting black blazer. While this look would be fine for a girls' night out, it just didn't cut it for the Golden Globes.
Anna Paquin's dress choice was just a bit tragic. 20
There is nothing that could have saved this look, except for scrapping it altogether and starting from scratch.