The dames of the ball brought it at last weekend’s Golden Globe awards, with a red carpet that was filled with the sparkle of not only talented women, but also the floor-grazing gowns they wore. Anna Kendrick appeared ever the lady in full-skirted Monique Lhullier tulle gown, Julianne Moore dazzled in silver to black Givenchy Couture, and what’s not to be said about Jennifer Lopez’s revealing Zuhair Murad number?
Alright, so maybe you can’t just slip into Anna Farris’ Reem Acra number with a snap of your finger. But you can slip into something equally as beautiful that has a much, much smaller price tag. Below are five ways to “do it with vintage,” Golden Globes style, because glamorous gowns never lose their allure.
Carmen Marc Valvo champagne color, beaded gown with matching shawl; Available in store, price upon request.
For the Golden Globes, Anna Faris amped up her elegance factor with a nude and flower-detailed Reem Acra gown. Recreate the look with this Carmen Marc Valvo champagne color, beaded gown. Even better? It comes with a matching shawl. For dramatic exits, you know?
Without a doubt, Jennifer Lopez’s caped Zuhair Murad stole the show. Recreate the look with our affordable Judith Ann Creations padded gown. Pair it with a pair of strappy sandals and strike a pose!
Julianne Moore prefers sequins, but we prefer a few feathers. Recreate her Givenchy Couture gown with our Escada sequined dress with a glamorous feathered finish.
Anna Kendrick’s Monique Lhullier dress was inspired by the new look gowns of the 40s and 50s. Recreate the look with something authentic from the period, like our beautiful nude silk gown with floral sequined details.
Full skirted dresses were all the rage at this year’s Golden Globes, as seen here on Allison Williams. Where better to buy your own than at a vintage store? Our Lillie Rubin azul blue sequin gown is sure to make you the belle of the ball.