Top 10 Red Carpet Style Trends from the Golden Globes

From backless gowns to emerald green, Hollywood's elite made quite the fashion statement at the Golden Globes.

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From backless gowns to emerald green, Hollywood's elite made quite the fashion statement at the Golden Globes.
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Emerald
Angelina Jolie, nominated for her role in The Tourist, chose a long-sleeved shimmery Versace gown in the most-envied color of the night.
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Emerald
Mad Men star and Best Actress nominee Elisabeth Moss opted for a more modern look with the jewel-toned custom Donna Karen design.
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Emerald
Catherine Zeta-Jones sashayed the carpet in a forest green textured Monique Lhuillier tiered gown.
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Emerald
Mila Kunis, nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Black Swan, shined on the red carpet in an emerald one-shoulder Vera Wang gown.
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Rosettes
Black Swan star and Best Actress nominee Natalie Portman didn't let a baby bump stop her from making a fashion statement on the red carpet. She chose a pink Viktor & Rolf gown with a sparkling red rose detail.
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Rosettes
Beautiful Glee star Naya Rivera accentuated her bust with blush rosettes.
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Bejeweled Shoes
Olivia Wilde's killer Christian Louboutin peeptoe booties — with yellow gold spikes — almost went completely hidden under her sparkling Marchesa gown. Luckily for fans, she lifted her skirt and gave them proper red carpet respect.
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Bejeweled Shoes
Country Strong's Leighton Meester flashed a single leg — in her long-sleeve Burberry gown — to reveal metallic, embellished Jimmy Choo heels.
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Showstopping Black
Julia Stiles, a nominee for Best Supporting Actress, wowed in a bold black tulle one-shoulder Romona Keveza mermaid gown with ruffle neckline.
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Showstopping Black
Best Actress nominee Halle Berry showed off her glam gams in a super-sexy Nina Ricci bustier dress with sheer black overlay.
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Showstopping Black
Piper Perabo wowed in a remarkably delicate and ultra-feminine Oscar de la Renta gown.
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Belted Waist
Glee's Amber Riley cinched her gunmetal one-shoulder Oliver Tolentino gown with a delicate black belt.
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Belted Waist
Modern Family's comedienne Sofia Vergara gave her red Vera Wang gown a black satin cinch that couldn't help but accentuate her famous curves.
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Belted Waist
Jenna Ushkowitz topped off her ruffled Rebecca Taylor dress with a monochromatic jewel-encrusted belt.
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One-Shoulder Statements
Mad Men's Christina Hendricks added mega-drama to her red gown by Romona Keveza with a silk crepe ruffle strap.
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One-Shoulder Statements
Julianne Moore opted for an asymmetrical look with her one-shoulder — make that a one-long-sleeved-shoulder — Lanvin dress.
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One-Shoulder Statements
Amy Adams, nominated for her role in The Fighter, wore a blue Marchesa gown with laser-cut detailing along the bodice.
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Backless
Desperate Housewives actress Eva Longoria turned heads with the surprising cut-out back in her Zac Posen cap-sleeve dress.
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Backless
Anne Hathaway made a bold statement with her amber open-back Giorgio Armani Privé gown.
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Backless
Easy A's Emma Stone showed off an open back with her sherbet-colored Calvin Klein Collection dress.
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Backless
Also in Calvin Klein Collection, Claire Danes was able to put her sculpted back on display in the neon silk gown.
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Cream Tones
Nicole Kidman, who was nominated for Best Actress for her role in Rabbit Hole, didn't let her porcelain skin stop her from wearing cream — the most popular shade on the red carpet — with her one-shoulder gown by Prada.
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Cream Tones
Carrie Underwood sparkled on the red carpet in a quartz sequin Badgley Mischka Couture dress.
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Cream Tones
Glee's Dianna Agron donned a blush silk chiffon J. Mendel dress.
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Mixed Bangles
The Closer star and Best Actress nominee Kyra Sedgwick paired a stack of assorted gold bracelets with her mango Emilio Pucci gown.
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Mixed Bangles
Jane Krakowski had more accessories than just her baby bump. The 30 Rock star threw on a wrist-full of bangles to match her Badgley Mischka dress.
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Butterfly Sleeves
Scarlett Johansson channeled two trends with her plunging Elie Saab gown. Not only did she go for the cream color, but she softened the look with gauzy, butterfly sleeves.
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Butterfly Sleeves
Presenter Sandra Bullock strolled the carpet in a soft, airy Jenny Packham dress.
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