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Faviana On Trend: 2018 Critics Choice Awards


There was a lot to talk about on the blue carpet last night at the 2018 Critics Choice Awards! What is so fun about the 2018 Critics Choice Awards blue carpet is that stars get to be a bit more creative with their looks because the carpet is quite relaxed. Stars get to shine in their favorite styles and try a new trend, whether that be with their dress, their hair, or accessories. Check out Faviana’s favorite styles on the 2018 Critics Choice Awards blue carpet!

2018 Critics Choice Awards: 70’s Throwback

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Heidi Klum threw it way back to the 70’s with her beaded dress, cut out sleeves, and middle parted hair. She looked naturally gorgeous on the blue carpet at the 2018 Critics Choice Awards. If you want to throw it back like Heidi, choose Faviana Style S10053! It features cut out beaded sleeves and a beaded high neckline – hello #tbt! It’s the perfect style for prom 2018 or an upcoming formal event. We love how Heidi parted her hair in the middle and opted for natural looking waves. You can do the same or style your hair in a volumized braid for an even chicer look. Stick with minimal jewelry with this look since there is already a lot of action going on here with the sleeves.

2018 Critics Choice Awards: High Neck

Always stealing the spotlight on the red, or rather blue carpet here, is Olivia Munn. Her style is always so elegant with a touch of glam or a twist of chic. The high neckline of her dress, similar to Faviana Style S10058, is trending this 2018 season! You can style this type of dress so many ways. Olivia’s beadwork is designed into her dress but if you choose a high neck style dress for your prom, head to your local mall and pick up some cool costume jewelry. This Faviana style has a unique twist too with the side cut outs to show a bit of skin.

2018 Critics Choice Awards: Off-Shoulder Ruffles

Everyone’s favorite Orange is the New Black and The Handmaid’s Tale actress, Samira Wiley looked so gorgeous on the 2018 Critics Choice Awards blue carpet last night. She chose an elegant off-the-shoulder dress with ruffles. This spin on the classic off-the-shoulder style is trending this season! Faviana Style S10097 is a stunning take on this trend. Samira chose to accessorize in gold, matching her shoes to her clutch, but you  can go with silver if that’s more your style. Be sure to keep the accessories around your wrist and on your fingers as not to distract from the ruffles up top!

2018 Critics Choice Awards: Floral Frenzy

Niecy Nash appeared on the blue carpet last night at the 2018 Critics Choice Awards in a long sleeve floral dress. Even though it is only January, the recent showers brought flowers to the blue carpet; groundbreaking, we know! Faviana Style S8081 is the perfect floral frenzy match for your next event. This cocktail style can be dressed up with the right accessories and heels or dressed down for a vacation to a warmer destination during this brutal winter. Some gladiator sandals and a black velvet choker necklace will bring your look full circle.

2018 Critics Choice Awards: A Cold Shoulder

Drama with a cold shoulder is what Dianne Kruger brought to the 2018 Critics Choice Awards last night. We love the chain detail that was a feature on Dianne’s dress last night and she rocked this look with a deep side part and lots of earrings. We wouldn’t be mad if someone gave us the cold shoulder in this trend! Faviana Style 10045 is such a great take on this trend since you can wear it in many different ways for so many different occasions. You can totally go rocker chic like Dianne or flirty and feminine with the chiffon skirt.

Let us know what your favorite look was at The 2018 Critics Choice Awards by tagging us on Instagram @glamandgowns, and Faviana’s Instagram @Faviana_NY, Snapchat @Faviana_NY, and Twitter @FavianaNY. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel for more fun vlogs @FavianaNYC!



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