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January 19, 2011  | by: Hannah Bell

Hathaway, Bullock, Underwood, and Johansson Beige It Up

It’s that sparkly time of year again: red carpet season!  It kicked off this weekend with the Golden Globe Awards, providing plenty of winners, more Oscar speculation, and of course fabulous fashion!

Anne Hathaway, Sandra Bullock, Carrie Underwood, and Scarlett Johansson all chose sparkling beige gowns, a big trend for the night.

Fox, Portman, and Michele in Pink

Glee‘s Lea Michele opted for a stunning pink Oscar de La Renta number.  Also in pink were Best Actress winner Natalie Portman, rocking her baby bump in a Viktor & Rolf gown, and presenter Megan Fox, looking stunning in Armani.

Jolie, Zeta-Jones, Kunis, Longoria, and Perabo in Greens and Blacks

Angelina Jolia, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Mila Kunis were looking gorgeous in showstopping green numbers, while Eva Longoria and Piper Perabo rocked classic black for the night.

Danes and Stone

Claire Danes and Emma Stone sported vivid colored frocks from Calvin Klein, proving that less is sometimes more.

But my definite favorite of the night was Olivia Wilde, who looked dynamite in a sparkling ballgown by Marchesa and some seriously killer shoes. Can’t wait for the next awards show!

Wilde Outshines Golden Globe Fashion

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