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Golden Globes 2011 - Fashion Recap - Best and Worst Dressed

Updated on April 19, 2011

The 2011 Golden Globe Awards took place last Sunday, January 16th. As always all the eyes were on the ladies and their dresses. Neutral Pinks and Green were the colors of the night!

Of course i watched the show paying special attention to the red carpet. There is always so much to see and talk about.

I also want to give my opinion, as everyone else, on the best and worst dressed of the evening.

Take a look now on who in my opinion was more elegant and who wasn't.



Best Dressed


Olivia Wilde

The best dressed in my opinion, and I think a lot of you agree with me was Olivia Wilde. She was stunning! Her dress was unique, simple and yet glamorous.

She wore a Marchesa gliterry dress with the most cool shoes. A seriously golden high heels of Christian Louboutin.

Mila Kunis

As I said, green was one of the colors of the night! Many actresses chose to wear this color and truth is they looked great. Mila Kunis was one of them. I love the dress, the hair, the makeup. In general, I believe she was extremely pretty.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt

Angelina is always gorgeous. I think she has an enormous presence and wherever she goes she attracts all the attention to herself. This event was no exception. She chose as Mila to wear green. Her dress was very simple but chic.

Together with Brad Pitt they shine as no one on the red carpet. Brad wore a smoking by Tom Ford. 

Besides Angelina, Mila and Olivia there were also plenty of others celebrities that were magnificently dressed on the red carpet.


Diana Agron

Leighton Meester

Scarlett Johansson

Amy Adams

Carry Underwood

Megan Fox

Worst Dressed

There were others celebrities that just weren't so glamorous. There dresses were in my opinion a little unconventional. 

Natalie Portman

Michelle Williams

Heidi Klum

Helena Bonham Carter

Emma Stone

Christina Aguilera

Tilda Swinton

That's it! What's your opinion? Do you agree? Leave a comment! 


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