A Closer Look at the Killer Shoes That Graced the SAG Awards Red Carpet

They were mostly black and strappy—does this mean the '90s are back?

They were mostly black and strappy—does this mean the '90s are back?

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Julianna Marguiles in Jimmy Choo T-Strap Sandals

Marguiles kicked off (heh) the strappy-black-shoe trend with this T-strap number.

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Kelly Osbourne in Strappy Pumps

More strappy black shoes, this time with a platform that really amps up the '90s feel.

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Sophia Bush in Metallic Sandals

Design-wise, Bush's heels fall somewhere in between Marguiles's and Osbourne's, but she mixes things up with a bronzey gold color.

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Sophie Turner in Heart Heels

Okay, these are, hands down, our favorites. Still strappy, still black, but so much fun.

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Maisie Williams in Gold Pumps

A departure from the black-strappy trend, Williams wore classic gold pumps that accomplish the same leg-lengthening effects as nude but are just a bit more fun. Gold!

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Rosamund Pike in Christian Dior Pumps

These pointy-toe, curved-heel pumps are gorgeous. Love the hint of toe cleavage. (Which, yes, is a gross term, but a super sexy look.)

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Emma Stone in Christian Louboutin Peep-Toe Heels

These also have a '90s vibe, no? Every season it seems like the fashion world touts the return of '90s style, and maybe this time it's finally happening. Bitchin'.

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