Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Wedding break.

I'll admit something that doesn't need admitting considering how obvious it is: I can't stop thinking about weddings. My brain is all wedding, all the time. Except when it's physiology. Then it's physiology, wedding, wedding, physiology, sandwich.

Anyhow, so the Golden Globes were a welcome distraction! It's still in the same vein considering I'm looking at gorgeous gowns, but you get where I'm headed. I rounded up some of my favorites, and I hope you agree!

Kerry Washington's Miu Miu got a lot of flack from some people, but I actually love it. Is that because it has a whisper of wedding dress about it? Perhaps. Would I have fully lined the skirt or made it a mini dress? Certainly. Still, though, it rocks.

Another hint of wedding dress brought to us by the ridiculously lovely Michelle Dockery, in Alexandre Vauthier. She almost looks too perfect.

Oh wow. I chose another bridal look. I guess I didn't stray as far from wedding as I thought I had.
At any rate, I think we can all agree that even if she seems like not the most pleasant person, Anne Hathaway looked remarkable in Chanel. I am seriously digging that pixie cut on her, and her makeup is flawless.

Oh look! A black dress! I knew I could do it. Kate Hudson in Alexander McQueen. Seriously smokin'.

Continuing on the black looks, I present to you- the coolest women of all time.

Tina Fey looking drop-dead gorgeous in L'Wren Scott:

and Amy Poehler taking an alternate route in a fabulous Stella McArtney tux (although the necklace is a little too prom for me).

And to round it up, at least for now...

Marion Cotillard rocked my absolute favorite look of the night. Not really because of the dress or the shoes on their own (I read somewhere that the shoes were gold, not orange like they look here), but just the overall effect. Her amazing Frenchiness + the loose hair + the subtle makeup + the flat-out cool frock = so much win for me. I'm not even a big fan of strapless dresses, but I'm completely sold on this.

And another look so we don't have to part quite yet:

Ah. What a lovely Tuesday this is turning out to be.