SAG Awards 2012: Who Was Best Dressed? Vote Here

Who do you think was the best dressed at the SAG Awards this year?
I’ve selected a list from around the web, and I’d like to know what you think.

Here we go:

Michelle Williams in Valentino

There’s nothing like a red Valentino dress to captivate everyone around you as you exude with elegance and sexiness, but I personally wasn’t impressed at all with this number. Michelle looks way too plain for the red carpet and the dress itself looks poor and bland. Both the neckline and hemline didn’t impress me at all. I hated the red stilettos and the red clutch — there’s just too much red going on there.

Emily Blunt in Oscar de la Renta

Wow what a stunner! This is not an easy color to pull off, but Emily hit the jackpot on this one. Her pale complexion contrasts perfectly with the electrifying green against the red carpet. The dress’s fabric falls so gently along her silhouette, and the slit is just right — it’s high enough to be sexy, but low enough to remain elegant. This look is one of my favorites.

Amber Heard in Zac Posen

Black dresses usually have a classic cut and look; after all, it’s the eternal color of elegance, and the color usually picked when a woman wants to be on the safe side. Amber certainly breaks away from that cliche and wears a black dress that’s anything but classic. Although I encourage this bold move, there’s something I don’t like about all the slits on the side and around the arms and shoulders. It’s like a cross between a mummy, Spider-Man, Batman and Morticia Addams. I’d say, easy on the slits Amber!

Viola Davis in Marchesa

There’s really no going wrong with Marchesa. Just look at how stunning Viola looks with that goddess-like white gown gently flowing across her chocolate complexion. It’s heavenly indeed. Simple, elegant, and a beautiful choice for the red carpet.

Emma Stone in Alexander McQueen

I absolutely love Emma Stone, and I have loved all her red carpet looks so far — well, till now. She always looks feminine, sexy and cute all at the same time, but i personally don’t like this tea length dress; I believe she would have looked better in a full length dress for this occasion. I love the shoes though, and Emma still does look beautiful!

Kaley Cuoco in Ramona Keveza

Some may say that the fabric is a bit bulky, but I love it. I love everything about Kaley’s look, from her hairdo to her posture in this beautifully minty-colored dress. She looks like a swan princess and she is captivating in that gown. Definitely one of my favorites.

Kyra Sedgwick in Emilio Pucci

This is a beautiful red dress, and Kyra certainly looks great, but I believe she would have looked better and more elegant showing less skin, since she’s 47. I’d rather see this dress on a younger actress.

Naya Rivera in Naeem Khan

Naya looks very elegant in this gown, and she goes for a more daring look with that plunging neckline. This material isn’t too easy to pull off as it may add bulk to your figure, but Naya pulls it off. It’s not the best look for her, but it’s still a nice one.

Zoe Saldana in Givenchy

There is a very intriguing contrast in this gown; the upper half is more of a modern T-shirt look and the bottom half is a classic crystal embroidered organza. Not many could pull this off, and it’s definitely not a look you see on the red carpet, but Zoe looks absolutely stunning in a way that I can’t stop looking at her. This very bizarre dress is definitely one of my favorites.

Jayma Mays in Reem Acra

Two thumbs up to Reem Acra on this dress. Jayma is the epitome of style and elegance in it and is simply breathtaking on the red carpet.  The sparkles break away from the standard classic look and the train is just enchanting! I love the sleeves and the accessories — just beautiful! This is one of my favorites.

Rose Byrne in Elie Saab

Wearing a jumpsuit on the Red Carpet is very daring and bold move. I don’t think I’ve ever seen it before; and while some may argue that it’s too casual for the event, I absolutely love it! The beautiful Rose shines in this simple, elegant and extremely fashionable piece by our very own Elie Saab. Thumbs up on this daring choice!

Natalie Portman in Giambattista Valli

Although I do like the dress, I think it would have looked much better with a different choice of shoes and hairdo. The dress is simple enough, so she could have spiced it up a little with the hair. Regardless, Natalie looks as elegant as ever, and I believe that only she can pull off a look as simple as this.

Tilda Swinton in Lanvin

In my opinion, this was a major fail for Lanvin. The gown doesn’t fit Tilda properly and it falls on her body like bulky drapes. She is far too pale to be wearing a white dress. As a matter of fact, she looks like the Snow Queen and i get an eery feeling just looking at her. Not to mention that the shoes do not match at all.

 

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