Dresses of the Golden Globes 2013

I noticed when I was watching the Red Carpet arrivals there were lots of nude colored dresses and they all really were my favorites.  I am not going to go in any particular order of favoritism but I am going to try to keep it in order by color.  I didn’t include everyone, just some of my favorite dresses.  
Maria Menounos wore a beautiful sequined gown.  I have to admit, this one may honestly be my favorite.  It totally fits my style.  Simple but classy.

Megan Fox is looking amazing post-baby in her Dolce & Gabbana lace sleveless gown.  

Francesca Eastwood is this year’s Miss Golden Globes and she wore a beautiful lace gown and diamond jewelry.  

Hayden Panettiere wore a Roberto Cavalli dress.

Julianne Hough looked amazing in a white tulle and gold embellishment dress by Monique Lhuillier.  She also carried a Farragamo bag.  

Kerry Washington wore a Miu Miu dress and Prada shoes.

Amy Adams wore Marchesa. 

Amanda Seyfried donned a custom Givenchy dress.  

Kristen Bell wore a Jenny Packham gown.

Red tones were the second most popular color of the evening.
Jennifer Lawrence wore a coral organza Dior Haute Couture gown with a structured bustier and a metal belt.

Zooey Deschanel looked amazing in a red silk tafetta Oscar de la Renta.

Claire Danes flaunted her post-baby body in a red Versace dress. 

Another big trend I noticed were cleavage bearing plunging neck lines.
Amy Poehler (co-host) wore a woman’s suit with a plunging neck line upon arrival.  She changed into a few other cleavage bearing outfits throughout the evening.

Jessica Chastain also wore a plunging neck line.  I am actually not a big fan of this dress at all though.

And Katherine McPhee looked hot in a plunging black dress

I loved many of the dresses of the evening.  I hope you enjoyed the selection I am bringing you to see.  
Which are your favorites of the evening?

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