Here are the looks that got our attention, for better and worse, at the 77th Golden Globe Awards.
No matter how much you might admire Taylor Swift or bop along to her albums, this springy dress is way out of season.
There's a lot to like about Chris Evans' look here: the deep wine color of the suit, the velvet crush fabric, and, of course, the wearer himself. Combined, he's unstoppable.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge is single-handedly reviving tweed with this sizzling two-piece suit.
We might like Charlize Theron's Dior dress a bit more if it wasn't this elf-green hue. But even then, the single cape sleeve takes it from interesting to completely confused.
The prize for the most surprisingly outrageous gown of the evening goes to Cate Blanchett, who is usually a sure thing for the best dressed list. Between the canary yellow color, the strangely haphazard sleeves, and the awkward skirt, it's hard to know how she landed on this as her choice attire for the evening.
If Lucy Boynton rocked this metallic riff on a tea dress at the Met Gala, the look might make more sense. But here, it just seems odd for the sake of being odd.
Either Jennifer Lopez was still feeling the holiday spirit or she majorly missed the mark here with this cartoonish bow gown.
Shailene Woodley's blue and black sequined gown isn't the worst thing that walked the red carpet but it's far from the best. To be honest, we just expect more from this stylish star.
JoJo Rabbit star Roman Griffin Davis is adorable and on-point with his splashy orange tuxedo.
We're tempted to give Anna Paquin a best-of for her winning smile here, but this flowery black dress is simply too dowdy to overlook, and the shapeless cape sleeves aren't doing the design any favors.
This pale pink of this dress might be a great match for Kirsten Dunst's complexion, but the lace looks a little too much like grandma's tablecloth for this occasion.
Jane Levy's ruby red locks are the perfect accessory to match this gown. Plus, the dress' intricate needlework gives it just enough flair to stand apart from some of the other pink pieces that appeared on the red carpet of the 2020 Golden Globes.
Audiences have known Dakota Fanning since she was a little girl, which was when this baby doll dress might've been a better fit. But the color and design are just a tad too twee for her appearance at the 2020 Globes.
As much as we adore Cynthia Erivo, this glittery gown is all sparkles but not enough style.
Double-oh-yes to this all-navy tuxedo on Pierce Brosnan. It's a good enough suit that we can even accept the Colonel Sanders facial hair that he's got going on here.
Zoey Deutch's bright yellow design is the definition of take-notice, with the exciting structure of the piece underscoring the vibrant color.
Many snaps to Joey King for taking chances with this geometric design, but the proportions leave it lacking for us.
On anyone else, this might have been a bad look, but Wesley Snipes knows that he's being a little outrageous with this '70s tuxedo, and we can certainly appreciate the commitment.
Yes, there is such a thing as overdoing it with accessories. Without the headband, rings, and earrings adding to it, Beanie Feldstein's dress might've been a hit. But with the busy bustle and all of the extras, it's just a little too much.
Sparkles were on trend during the Golden Globes this year, but Ana de Armas' contribution to the fashion theme was especially stunning.
Other actors tried to tinker with clown collar couture, but no one pulled it off quite as well as Awkwafina, who made it elegant and exciting at the same time.
Saoirse Ronan's gown is just slinky enough to give her a little va va voom while still honoring the grandeur of the Globes.