It’s another round of celebrities in gorgeous frocks for you today. At the recently held 15th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards, we spotted three (3) lovely ladies decked in standout dresses that simply took our breath away – Anne Hathaway, Lily Collins, and Ginnifer Goodwin.
Each one had her own unique look going on, and each one scored high marks in our FAB (fabulous and marvelous) meter. Check them out below and tell us if you agree. Better yet, go ahead and rate their style from 1 to 10:
Anne Hathaway in Gucci
If we had to pick the queen of the night, it would be Anne Hathaway. She was simply fantastic in the flapper-inspired fully beaded Gucci number she wore – a piece we suspect is from the label’s Fall 2013 collection. Glimmering strappy heels with lots of sparkles finished her look and pulled the whole outfit together.
If you want to channel Anne’s style, try the two options from Shopbop below:
Lily Collins in Paule Ka
If Anne went glam in gold, Lily did the exact opposite and went for a very monochromatic look that was also VERY dramatic. Her dress came with an oversized bow on the back, and it showcased a good amount of her creamy white skin too.
We can’t say we’re crazy about the messy hairstyle, but she probably didn’t want to look too put-together for the event. Nevertheless, Lily was fascinating to watch in her Paule Ka dress (from the French designer’s Spring 2013 collection).
You can shop for Paule Ka frocks at Neiman Marcus, StyleBop, or on the Paule Ka website. Below is a less dramatic (and more wearable) rendition of Lily’s dress (minus the bow) in case you’re interested:
Paule Ka Contour Inset Dress, USD1175
Ginnifer Goodwin in Nonoo
Last but definitely not the least on our list – Ginnifer Goodwin. The Once Upon A Time actress was simply stunning in her VERY red floor-length Nonoo frock. And just like Lily, she went monochromatic and paired it with a clutch that was just as red.
Nonoo dresses can be found at Shopbop and Bergdorf Goodman. Below are two Nonoo options for you to try – another red piece from the label’s line-up that’s short and more casual; and a white (and short) version of Ginnifer’s dress: