Sunday, January 24, 2010

I'm a sensation...

Hi guys! I'm back...well sort of. My best friend was amazing enough, to not only let me do our laundry at her house today, but was also gracious enough to set me up internet wise, as we currently STILL do not have internet/cable at the new house.

Long story short, the move, albeit rainy-was actually pretty smooth. I love the space of the new place, and I feel like once everything is in it's place-we'll really enjoy it there. And did I mention, my closet?! Holy Toledo-it's huge! Like twice the size of our old walk-in. Perhaps when we're a little more settled, I'll do a closet video post. :)

Finally got the pics from my sister's birthday. So, those will be up sometime this week. But for now, I bring you (Sorry it's a week late)-The Best and Worst Dressed at the Golden Globes 2010...


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4.) Fergie in Elie Saab-This just screams Prom to me. Thank God, her hair was able to cover up those straps, because then it would've looked cheaper than it already did. Terrible. What a waste.

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3.) Chloe Sevigny in Valentino-Ok, so I know a lot of you are going to disagree with me on this one. I think the dress would be prettier if the ruffles didn't go across the shoulders like it does. She already has a very broad frame, and I think it makes her look even wider up top. I know ruffles are in this season, but this was definitely too much.

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2.) Lauren Graham in Monique Lhuillier-This is barbie gone wrong. I hate this dress. The material shows everything.

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1.) Tina Fey in Zac Posen-Oh Tina...I know she doesn't really try to be the best dressed, but she's certainly looked better than this. It just looks very cartoony. I don't like the color (drab) and I hate the shape. Not cute.


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5.) Anna Kendrick in Marchesa-Marchesa knows how to do a winning red carpet gown. This is first time at the Globes, but I think she definitely did it right. Perhaps the glitter was a little too much, but I love love love the ruffled one shoulder. So chic!

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4.) Ginnifer Goodwin in Vionnet-I was so glad to see a short, bright, dress on the red carpet. There weren't a lot. And at first I didn't like the way the dress draped around the hip. But the dress, and her whole look definitely grew on me.

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3.) Diane Kruger in Christian Lacroix-Now, this is how you do pink. Pink being one of my favorite colors, I was so happy to see it presented in such a sophisticated and unique way. I love the detailing along the bust the white belt. So unexpected. But in a good way.

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2.) Emily Blunt in Dolce & Gabbana- I feel like Emily Blunt can do no wrong when it comes to red carpet elegance. She just exudes it. I love the blush color of it, and the way it hugs her amazing toned body. She just looked amazing.

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1.) Dianna Agron in Reem Acra-Stunning. Stunning! She wasn't even going to be on my list, because she didn't get interviewed on the red carpet, and then I saw this picture. My heart stopped. So ethereal and so goddess-like. I love every inch of it. The more I look at it, the more jealous of her I become. Haha.

So...please forgive my absence. I hope this will satiate your hunger for now. Until next time. And hopefully, I'll be blogging from my own home. ;)


esther said...

i thought emily blunt looked smokin! nice picks! congrats on the move!

Sushi said...

Wow Dianna Argon looks beyond gorgeous! So, so pretty and the dress is perfect on her x Sushi

Fashion is a Playground said...

Totally agree...

Siera Eden said...

ginnifer goodwin. i die. that dress is perfect.


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