6 of the Best Golden Globes Dresses Ever

This Sunday is the Golden Globes Awards Ceremoney. Of course, this is a great year of celebrating films but it is also a great night to celebrate fashion! Everyone dresses to the nines for awards season and they kick it off with the Golden Globes. We have seen some memorable dresses over the years. Here are a few of our favorites:

Reese Witherspoon in Nina Ricci in 2007

Fresh from her divorce from Ryan Gosling, Reese Witherspoon looked hot in this yellow number. 

Reese Witherspoon at Golden Globes 2007

Keri Russell in Gucci in 1999

Way back during her "Felicity" years the fresh-faced Russell nabbed a Golden Globe in this gorgeous dress which she topped off with sparkly flipflops. Hey, she was Felicity! 

Kerri Russell Golden Globes 1999


Clare Danes in Calvin Klein in 2011

Kicking off her winning streak for "Homeland" Danes looked effortlessly chic in this clean Calvin Klein dress.

Clare Danes Golden Globes 2011


Emma Stone in Calvin Klein in 2011

Similar to Danes'  it is a simple style but with such a sleek look especially with that blond hair Stone had at the time. 

Emma Stones Golden Globes 2011


Sarah Jessica Parker in Richard Tyler in 2000

During the height of Sex & the City SJP ruled the red carpet and this gown was no exception. She sparkled like champagne!

Sarah Jessica Parker Golden Globes


Gwyneth Paltrow in Donna Karen in 2000

This look of the big elegant skirt with the little tube top or camisole ruled the carpet in 2000 and it girl Gwyneth always followed the fashion rules. She wore this the night she won for "Shakespeare in Love."

Gwyneth Paltrow Golden Globes


Kate Hudson in Valentino in 2003

Always one to be boho chic, Hudson embraced it in this gorgeous dress. 

Kate Hudson Golden Globes

Jessica Alba in Oscar de la Renta in 2013

Going for major Old Hollywood glamour, Alba nailed it in this peach-colored gown with that great wave and giant diamond necklace. 

Jessica Alba Golden Globes

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