We bring you down the list of best dressed celebrities from the Golden Globes 2019 which was held on January 7 where the who’s who of Hollywood made an appearance. While everyone was dressed at their best unfortunately they failed to cope up with the below list of celebrities who literally shined out with their outfits on the red carpet.
Despite Lady Gaga’s balloon sleeves and endless train, becoming the talk of the town, twitter couldn’t believe the fact that Halle Berry who was looking splendid in a red Zuhair Murad gown is already 52.
Check out the list below of the Best Dressed Celebrities of Golden Globes 2019 who rocked and owned the red carpet.
Sandra Oh who wore an asymmetrical shoulder gown by Atelier Versace was a vision in white.
Lady Gaga slayed in a custom periwinkle Haute Couture gown created by Valentino Creative Director, Pierpaolo Piccioli. Featuring balloon sleeves, an endless train, and a strapless silhouette, Gaga was definitely stole the limelight from the red carpet.
Julia Roberts rocked the Stella McCartney outfit. She wore flowing one-shoulder top over black peg-leg trousers.
‘Black Panther’ actress, Lupita Nyong’o chose Calvin Klein for the award night. Lupita was looking nothing less than a diva in the strapless, fitted cobalt blue chain fringed dress.
Known for films like Brooklyn and Lady Bird, Saoirse Ronan sported an antique platinum beaded sheer tulle gown from Gucci.
Empire actress Taraji P. Henson looked drop dread gorgeous in this sultry plunging forest green velvet gown.
First of all it was hard to believe that Halle Berry is 52 and second of all mahn killed it with her outfit. The actress wore a red Zuhair Murad gown with a plunging V-neck and thigh-high slit.
Emily Blunt who came along with her husband John Krasiniki wore a high-neck sleeveless gown by Alexander McQueen by Sarah Burton.
Irina Shayk looks drop dread gorgeous in a see-through Gold Dress which perfectly showed her toned body. The actress completed her look by sporting Spike Heels.
Emma Stone wore a Louis Vuitton dress which was covered in 63,000 twisted glass tubes to create a scale pattern on the dress.