Faviana on Trend: 2019 SAG Awards

The 25th annual SAG Awards aired this Sunday, and it did not disappoint in the fashion department. From Darren Criss to Sandra Oh, all the stars who famously graced our silver screens within the last year were in attendance. Unlike the ediger Grammys or MTV Music Video Awards, the SAG Awards brought out a softer glamour that appealed to the prom girl within all of us here at Faviana. We’ve selected 5 trendy looks from the award show that you can channel with ease thanks to a few of our favorite Faviana styles.

Gaga’s Timeless White

Lady Gaga in a white dress.
Photo credit: The Cut

Much like her role in A Star is Born, Lady Gaga’s simple Dior dress was a timeless classic. To give the gown a bit of an edge, a deep V and a high slit were cut into the elegantly draped fabric. Frayed hemlines, Tiffany’s Jewelry and Jimmy Choo pumps made the vintage look all the more modern. If you’re looking to recreate Gaga’s gorgeous outfit, Faviana style S10177 in ivory is the dress for you. Pair it with a simple white pump and some dainty jewelry to look even more polished.

Moore Black

Mandy Moore in a beautiful long black dress.
Photo credit: The Cut

It wouldn’t be a red carpet event without at least one stellar black dress. Mandy Moore opted for a sophisticated floor-length gown with silver accents on its off-the-shoulder neckline. Designed brilliantly by Jason Wu, the dress featured a modest slit that made for the perfect amount of leg. To rock Mandy’s look, pair Faviana style S10200 with strappy silver heels, a soft pink lip and a sleek low bun.

Oh, How We Love Glitter

Sandra Oh in a glittery red dress.
Photo credit: The Cut

Sandra Oh was glittering in her form-fitting gown. Jenny Packham pulled out all the stops on this dress with its unique Grecian draping and belted waist. The bold shade of red, glittery fabric and asymmetrical bust added an extra punch to her acceptance speech, if you ask us. For a similar look, check out Faviana style 7507. Its sparkling empire waist and sweetheart neckline will have you feeling like a winner at your next special event. Pair it with simple silver heels and bangles for added oomph.

Yara in Pink

Yara Shahidi in a pink dress/jumpsuit hybrid.
Photo credit: The Cut

We’re suckers for a classic Pretty in Pink vibe. The young and spunky Yara Shahidi stood by her aesthetic in a Fendi jumpsuit. Overtop of the suit, she wore a sheer tulle gown that featured dainty crystal detailing and a thin belted waist. The soft pink hue of the outfit played off of the feminine choice of fabric, ultimately making the edgy look uber girly. To channel Yara’s romantic outfit, wear Faviana style S10229 in rose pink with a strappy heel and glowy makeup.

Navy and Lace For Katherine Zeta Jones

Katherine Zeta Jones in a sexy navy gown.
Photo credit: The Cut

Katherine Zeta Jones isn’t new to sexy red carpet looks. Yet again, she looked sensually ethereal, and yet again, we were blown away. A daring slit, deep V-neckline and lace sleeves gave this Zuhair Murad gown its edge. If you’re looking for a sexy navy look of your own, try out Faviana style 7968. Its sheer paneling and lace detailing will leave you feeling confident on prom night, especially when paired with silver heels and statement earrings.  

Which SAG Awards nominee look was your favorite? Let us know by commenting below or tagging us on Instagram @Faviana or on Twitter @Faviana_NY. Follow us on Snapchat @Faviana_NY and subscribe to our YouTube channel to catch up on our latest vlogs!

With love,


Written by Erica Fouts
Edited by Diego Ledezma

Erica Fouts

Editorial Intern

Erica is a Fashion Media major at LIM College in New York City. She loves dressing to express herself, even if that means dressing impractically, trying out food trends, and writing. In the future, she hopes to work for a magazine or digital media company.

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