Monday, January 20, 2020

26th Screen Actors Guild Awards Wrap-up


Following her attendance at the Producers Guild awards, Charlize Theron, Kaitlyn Dever, Laura Dern, Kate Beckinsale and more attended 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards took place on Sunday(January 19th) at the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall in LA. To see all of the red carpet looks, click HERE and continue below for the wrap-up.

Charlize Theron wore another custom GIVENCHY COUTURE look which shimmery silver crop top and a black center front split skirt which was belted at the waist. Charlize is beautiful but I am having a hard time getting onboard with most of her looks these days.

Reese Witherspoon worked the split on her custom CELINE sequin embellished one-shoulder dress which was accessorized with HARRY WINSTON jewelry. It's the same Reese Witherspoon look that we get all the time but she looks pretty and the fit is perfect. 



Jennifer Lopez had her d├ęcolletage on display wearing a custom GEORGES HOBEIKA COUTURE off-the-shoulder gown with a bow that flowed into a train in the back. She dress up her look with HARRY WINSTON jewelry and topped it off with a TYLER ELLIS clutch and CASADEI heels.

Amanda Brugel sparkled in a emerald SEBASTIAN GUNAWAN sequin drape sleeve gown which was accessorized with ATELIER SWAROVSKI jewelry, a coordinating bag and STUART WEITZMAN heels. 



Danai Gurira's red MUGLER gown looked amazing against her skin but I find it to be too tight on the bust. A flawless beauty look and BULGARI jewelry finished up her look.

Ashleigh LaThrop had some fun with her ANTONIO MARRAS dress which was accessorized with GRISMONDI 1974 & BELADORA jewelry and STUART WEITZMAN sandals. 



Renee Zellweger walked away a winner wearing a MARGEILA navy dress which she accessorized with CARTIER jewelry and JIMMY CHOO pumps. This dress is still in her style comfort zone and despite the creases, I like it. However I think that she should have gone with a side parted, off-the-shoulder hairstyle, a colored lip and some earrings.

Nicole Kidman wore also wore a navy dress courtesy of MICHAEL KORS COLLECTION. Her sequin, ruffle peplum dress featured a flirty split detail. This is easily better than her previous look.



Kaitlyn Dever kept things simple in a RALPH LAUREN fuchsia sequin dress which was paired with GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI silver platform sandals. The heavy sandals is my only issue.

Jennifer Garner wore a red DOLCE & GABBANA pleated gown with a ball gown skirt. While this is not a wow moment this is definitely her best look in a while. Love the red hue.



Leslie Bibb worked the split on her AUGUST GETTY SPRING 2019 one long sleeve metallic beaded gown. She accessorized her gown with gold pieces which topped off her look.



Cara Buono turned to her go to designer BIBHU MOHAPATRA. The 'Stranger Things' star wore a FALL 2018 strapless red layered tulle gown which was adorned with black feathers. I feel like she should have gone a little softer on the eyes but this is somewhat of a dark, weird look.



Priah Ferguson looked so cute wearing a RED VALENTINO RESORT 2020 strapless yellow, ruffle sequin tier dress. The pink accessories and waistband added a complimentary pop of color to her look. However I wish she wore sandals instead of pumps.



Erin Moriaty wore a XUAN SPRING 2019 COUTURE black silk-chiffon gown which she dress up with sparkly, diamond jewelry. She finished up with a complimentary beauty.



Molly Sims wore a RASARIO RESORT 2020 hot pink, puffy sleeve silk gown, with a voluminous skirt. I love this pink hue but it doesn't work on Molly. Also I wish she belted the waist.



Sarah Hyland got leggy in a PHILOSOPHY DI LORENZO SERAFINI SPRING 2020 purple floral print high-low sleeveless dress with a low v-neckline, and front oversized bow and denim rose. Love the color pattern but the base of the dress looks weird.



Kristen Gutoskie wore a JENNY PACKHAM PRE-FALL 2020 light blue embellished gown with a detailed bow bodice. In the look book, the gown was shown in pink but Kristen's light blue hue suits her. 



Catherine Zeta-Jones showed a little leg in a JULIEN X GABRIELA SPRING 2020 platinum, long sleeve gown featuring a plunging neckline and embroidery at bodice. LORRAINE SCHWARTZ jewelry and GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI sandals finished up her look.



Sarah Levy wore the ALEXIA MARIA 'Marion' silk faille strapless gown with an oversized bow on back. I want to add some sparkly jewelry to her look to liven it up.



Emily Hampshire once again turned to J. MENDEL and even though this is not a bad look, I kinda wish she switched things up. HARRY KOTLAR studs and a coordinating clutch finished up her look.

Sadie Sink looked pretty wearing a GUCCI black tulle gown which was belted at the waist and adorned with contrasting pink sequin.



Natalia Dyer wore a SAINT LAURENT gold sequin dress that I find to be a bit too mature for her. This would look so much better on someone like Nicole Kidman.

America Ferrera showed off her growing baby bump in a PAULE KA  black, crepe gown with high neckline and silk belt detail. DJULA rings and black sandals completed her pretty look.



Nathalie Emmanuel wore a MIU MIU strapless floral embroidered gown with a bow detail bodice. The bow bodice seems to be a popular detail for celebs at the moment. This is probably my least favorite look of hers.

Lili Reinhart also wore a MIU MIU gown which featured black pearl embellished v-neck top and a white voluminous, ruffle panel skirt. I thought she looked great here.



Rachel Brosnahan walked away a winner wearing a STELLA MCCARTNEY cobalt blue, column dress. This is pretty generic but the silver chain was definitely needed.

Laura Dern walked away a winner wearing STELLA MCCARTNEY as well. The sleeves on her forest green dress is not working for me. I feel like this should have been sleeveless.



Samira Wiley looked beautiful wearing the ADEAM SPRING 2020 'Maritime' navy ruffle one-shoulder top with the matching wide-leg pants. However the pants needed to be hemmed. A flawless beauty look and a TYLER ELLIS clutch rounded out her look.



Yvonne Strahovski wore a KHYELI SPRING 2020 COUTRUE white off-the-shoulder gown, which she dressed up with HARRY KOTLAR jewelry. This hits the bridal border but it works. However I wish that cutout detail wasn't there.



Alexis Bledel made a rare appearance in the TEMPERLEY LONDON RESORT 2020 ‘Queenie' burgundy & black semi-sheer, beaded dress. Although she looks great in this dress, I wish her hairstyle was similar like the model.



Anna Paquin vibrant strapless red silk-organza organza is from the CAROLINA HERRERA PRE-FALL 2020 collection. This is easily Anna's best look in my opinion. ANITA KO jewelry and CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN pumps finished up her look.



Camila Mendes was one of many celebs wearing an off-the-shoulder gown. Her sequin and silk-chiffon panel gown is from the RALPH & RUSSO FALL 2016 COUTURE. She looks pretty but this is sitting too low on the bust and I am not feeling the sheer v-neck panel, nor the color on her.



Nina Kiri wore a GEORGES CHAKRA FALL 2019 COUTURE cocktail dress which was accessorized with GRISMONDI 1754 jewelry and CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN pumps. I actually wish she kept the matching jacket.



Marin Hinkle just like Emily Hampshire(see above) continues to give J. MENDEL shine on the carpet. The actress wore a metallic one-shoulder hand pleated gown.



D'Arcy Carden chose a ROMONA KEVEZA FALL 2019 nude organza gown which was accessorized with a JIMMY CHOO clutch. The addition of the red satin waistband and lip color was needed to give her look color-balance.



Scarlett Johnasson wore a simple but sultry GIORGIO ARMANI PRIVE luminous teal silk gown with a plunging neckline and a crystal embroidery open-back. The beauty look is too harsh but other than that, she nailed it. TAFFIN jewelry finished up her look.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge walked away a winner wearing a GIORGIO ARMANI PRIVE as well. Her look featured a black velvet bandeau top and skirt with a crystal embroidered net shawl. With all the great Armani Prive that we haven't seen on the carpet, I can't believe she went this route.

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