Mandy Moore in Naeem Khan
This is quite possibly the best Mandy Moore has ever looked. I'm obsessed with the navy. I'm obsessed with the plunge. I'm obsessed with the cape. She's just so dang SOPHISTICATED. More of this, please!
Chrissy Metz in Christian Siriano
Chrissy was another wonderful This is Us lady in blue. Velvet can either go really wrong or really right, and for Chrissy the risk was worth it. The draping and the embellishment on this dress is exceptional, and you can't go wrong with that rich, royal color.
Natalie Portman in Prada
Natalie clearly took her role in Jackie to heart with this 60's inspired dress. Not everyone could pull off this color, but I love the idea of a neon twist on a classic shape, and she couldn't look any better in her pregnancy.
Reese Witherspoon in Versace
We all know and love Reese for dressing in chic, classic shapes, and this was a perfect example of sticking with what works for you. The bodice is flattering as can be, and the unexpected yellow color keeps it fresh.
Emma Stone in Valentino
Emma is always a hit-or-miss for me on the red carpet, but for her award season debut for the city of stars? COME. ON. This could not have been any more perfect, and I don't know how she could possibly top this in the weeks to come.
Millie Bobby Brown in Jenny Packham
This girl, I tell you. For a 12-year-old girl, Millie has mastered the art of dressing in a way that's not too grown up but not too "little girl," and I'm pretty sure she has more style than I will ever have in my entire life.
Naomie Harris in Armani Privé
This was one of my favorite looks of the night. Silver can look tacky and cheap really quickly, but this gown just looked rich. The beaded details were exquisite, and the cut couldn't be any more flattering. Naomie added just the right amount of accessories that didn't overwhelm the flashiness of the dress.
Chrissy Tiegen in Marchesa
Does this woman ever not look flawless? Good grief. The peplum adds a whimsical touch to a sophisticated shape, and the fabric looks like it's a gold-flecked piece of art. The red bag and lipstick was a luxe styling choice.
Hailee Steinfeld in Vera Wang
This shade of lavender can go Golden Girls really easily, especially when you add blousey sleeves, but the modern cut of the bodice kept things chic and romantic.
Olivia Culpo in Zuhair Murad
This dress was a little confusing to me initially, but the more i look at it the more I love it. It's like a Vincent van Gogh painting come to life in ballgown form - how much better can you get?
Evan Rachel Wood in Altuzarra
Evan Rachel Wood has made a commitment to wear menswear this entire award season, and this may be one of the best menswear looks I've ever seen. Everything is so structured and clean and tailored within an inch of her life, and as a result she looks like the tallest glass of sophisticated water. I'm crazy about it, and I can't wait to see what else she has in store!
Octavia Spencer in Laura Basci
I've never seen Octavia try menswear before, and it's rare to see plus-sized women go for it, especially on the red carpet. OCTAVIA. ROCKED. IT. The navy was a great twist, and she looked so cool and confident.
Tom Hiddleston in Gucci
Not every guy can pull of a double-breasted jacket, but on Tom it just works. I might be biased because it reminds me of his suit that he wore as F. Scott Fitzgerald in Midnight in Paris, but whatever. It's great. He's great. Everything is great.
Ryan Gosling in Gucci
I'm not normally into white jackets because it can skew a bit dated and isn't done well very often, but because Ryan is nominated for an old-Hollywood musical and his character is into jazz clubs, it works.
Justin Hartley in Dolce & Gabbana
More often than not at the Globes, especially among the men, there's a pretty clear distinction between the "movie" people and the "tv" people. The standard of taste and tailoring just isn't always there, but Justin proved that theory wrong. A classic 3-piece Dolce usually does the trick!
Nicole Kidman in Alexander McQueen
This might have been on my best dressed list if she had lost the sleeves and the necklace. With them, it was just...a lot. I know she's Nicole Kidman and she is known for taking bold fashion risks and you're not supposed to criticize that, but I'm sorry. There's no need to dress like Elsa from Frozen on the red carpet.
Kerry Washington in Dolce & Gabbana
I've made no secret of frequently disliking Kerry's fashion choices, and while I admit that this looked better in person than it does in photography, this is just a bad look. The length is weird. The fabric is weird. The embellishments are weird. And come on, Kerry - we can see your black Spanx through the dress. Not cute.
Lily Collins in Zuhair Murad
This is a beautiful dress, no question - maybe a little formal for the Globes, but still lovely. But with that up-do? She might as well be auditioning to be a Disney princess, and that pink is so saccharine sweet I'm getting a toothache.
Carrie Underwood in Iris Serban
If Carrie had worn her hair up this look might have balanced itself out, but as-is it's just way too much going on up top and it makes her look shorter. If the proportions weren't bad enough, there aren't enough vagina references in the world to explain the top of this dress. I just can't.
Zoe Saldana in Gucci
Zoe often wears dresses that are everything-but-the-kitchen-sink, and this one was no exception. Remember Cinderella's original dress that her step-sisters rip up? This is it.
Sarah Jessica Parker in Vera Wang
All I can assume is that Sarah heard there was going to be a tribute to the late Carrie Fisher and thought she needed to do a tribute herself, hair and all. Just...no.
Janelle Monae in Armani Privé
I really wanted Janelle to show up in something funky and fabulous, and this was...funky. Not so much on the fabulous. I could maybe get behind the dress without the fishnet layer on the top, but with the fishnet and the polka dots and the sequins and the bubble-hem and the matchy-matchy shoes, bag, and beehive hair, it's just too much.
Cuba Gooding Jr.
I'm all about making a statement with a printed jacket, but COME ON. Not only is this one of the ugliest plaids I've ever seen, but the jacket is straight-up too small. And a satin tie with a wool jacket? No. No. No. Whoever let him leave the house like this should be shot.