Best Dressed Celebs at the Golden Globes (And Steal Their Style!)

Our celebrity friends really outdid themselves at this year’s Golden Globe awards. There were so many gorgeous looks that we couldn’t help but get inspired. Here are some of our favorite gowns from the night with matching bridal dresses if you want to steal the look for your wedding.

Captivating Capelets

From left: HollywoodReporter.com; MCV Photo

Looking for an elegant yet unique trend? We’re obsessed with the Ralph Lauren caplet Globe nominee and 12 Years a Slave star Lupita Nyong’o wore on the red carpet.

Get the look: Naeem Khan

Serious Sparkle

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From left: FabSugar.co.uk; MCV Photo

Shine like Kate Beckinsale in her head-to-toe beaded Zuhair Murad gown.

Get the look: Kenneth Pool

Brilliant Ball Gowns

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From left: FabSugar.com; Kurt Wilberding

Even if you didn’t get an invite to this year’s Golden Globes, you can still feel like celebrity in a glamorous ball gown. Sophia Vergara even added a blue statement necklace (think: “something blue”).

Get the look: Alvina Valenta

Haute Halters

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From left: HollywoodReporter.com; Kurt Wilberding

Show off your shoulders with a glamorous halter. We particularly love Mila’s Gucci Premiere gown that had a metallic floral embellished neckline and sequins that cascaded to her waist.

Get the look: Mark Zunino

Shimmery Sheaths

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From left: GlobalGrind.com; Kurt Wilberding

Olivia Wilde is loving her curves and so should you. A beaded sheath (like her Gucci gown) with long sleeves looks totally timeless while showing off your shape (or baby bump!).

Get the look: Dennis Basso

Lovely Lace

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From left: GlobalGrind.com; Courtesy of the designer

Show a little skin (without being overly sexy) with illusion fabric similar to Cate Blanchett’s breathtaking, black lace Armani dress.

Get the look: Marchesa

Classy Crops

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From left: HollywoodReporter.com; Courtesy of the designer

Work the crop top trend while showing off your fabulous shoes like Zooey Deschanel in her shimmery Oscar de la Renta, high-low hemline gown.

Get the look: Houghton

Off-the-Shoulder Necklines

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From left: GlobalGrind.com; MCV Photo

Take a note from Emma Robert’s custom made Lanvin gown and highlight your face and décolletage in a classy off-the-shoulder design.

Get the look: Legends by Romona Keveza

Want more celebrity style? 

> 5 Bridal Beauty Looks We Love from the Golden Globes

> Kate Middleton’s Best Dressed Moments (Get the Look!)

> 10 Hot Celebrity Wedding Dress Predictions for 2014

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