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Faviana On Trend: Golden Globes Red Carpet Looks


The 76th Golden Globe Awards wowed us this Sunday. We were so inspired by the stunning looks worn on this year’s red carpet! While most people might be tuning into award shows to watch their favorite celebrities win outstanding awards, here at Faviana, our focus was on the inspiring glam of the night. Read on to see which celebs rocked the most stunning trends and gave us some major style inspo for our next special event.

Here are some of our absolute favorite celebrity looks from the night and some Faviana dresses that we think could help you recreate the look. Try these looks for prom, a pageant or your next formal event. This is Faviana on Trend: Red Carpet Edition!

Stand Out in Color


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We are currently obsessing over the stunning marigold yellow halter gown worn by Rachel Brosnahan, star of the hit Amazon Prime show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. The dress accentuated her waist and fit her like a glove. She paired her stunning gown with sparkling drop earrings, giving us a major princess vibes. You can recreate this look yourself by wearing Faviana style S10205 which features a long scoop neck and stunning lace-up back, a perfect choice if you are looking for a bold statement. Pair this look with a set of strappy black or nude heels, silver accessories, and a subtle smokey eye like Rachel!

Off-the-Shoulder in Black

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Taylor Swift looked absolutely gorgeous in an off-the-shoulder lace gown when she made a surprise appearance at the Golden globes to present two awards on stage. Her look was giving us serious mermaid glamour, and we are still obsessing over the way she paired the gown with a stunning updo, pulling her whole look together. Her fitted off-the-shoulder top featured a wide floor length skirt complete with a dramatic slit to add some subtle sex appeal.

To channel a similar look, check out our S10109 evening gown. Available in a delicate black lace and nude, this elegant and timeless dress is perfectly designed to hug your curves in all the right places. Pair the look with simple silver accessories and a chic strappy heel in black. The delicate design will make you feel like the belle of the ball at your next special event.

Pretty in Pastels

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Emmy Rossum, star of the hit series Shameless, wore an enchanting ball gown in a soft pastel pink. The gorgeous tulle detailing on the bodice served as a nod to classic femininity and succesfully turned heads on the carpet. By pairing the gown with a dazzling set of statement earrings, Emma added an extra dash of sparkle that made the look all the more elegant. To recreate Emma’s look, refer to our style S10229 in rose pink. Our dress features a beautiful beaded bodice and a soft tulle skirt that will have you feeling like an it-girl. Make sure to pair this gown with slicked-back hair and a dewy makeup look.

Prints on Prints

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Activist and actress Alyssa Milano stole the show in a stunning ruby red ensemble. Her look exuded effortless elegance with an asymmetrical bodice and a unique black and red pattern. She appeared refined and sophisticated, but maintained her on-brand edge. Milano complemented the timeless silhouette by accessorizing with a matching bordeaux clutch, a pair dazzling drop earrings, and a statement ring, adding an old Hollywood feel to her the modern satin print. This look reminds us of Faviana style S10118 in ruby and black, an enchanting gown with a classic and luxurious floral appliqué. Pair S10118 with a pair of black heels and drop earrings, just like Alyssa, for an unforgettable entrance to your prom, homecoming, or black-tie event.

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Written by The Faviana Team
Edited by Erica Fouts

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