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The Daily Dish Awards Season

Screen Actors Guild Awards 2017: The 11 Looks That Stopped Us In Our Tracks

From eye-popping prints to parrots, these are the looks that made our jaws drop.

By Jenny Berg
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Last night, the 23rd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards took place at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, and you know what that means: we have many dresses to discuss. Well, that—and the return of Andrea Zuckerman.

On the red carpet, trends ran the gamut from white dresses to floral embroidery and (yet more) black. But, another trend was individuality. This season, stars are bucking convention and embracing bold statement dresses. And thank goodness for that, because our red-carpet viewing parties are all the more exciting.

From Emma Stone's gorgeously detailed Alexander McQueen to the brightest look Michelle Dockery has worn yet, here are the standout looks we can't stop talking about.

The Crown's Claire Foy wore a striking look from Valentino's pre-fall 2017 collection. The sheer, tulle dress was embroidered with delicate flowers. A contrasting, pink-and-orange collar was an unexpected pop of color.

Emily Blunt looked regal in a gold, empire-waist gown by Roberto Cavalli. (p.s: Does the dress look vaguely familiar? It may be because Jennifer Aniston sported a similar look from the collection back in December.) 

Best Actress winner Emma Stone looked ravishing in an Alexander McQueen dress that seemed to have a split personality. On one side, it was embroidered evening gown; its other side looked more like racy lingerie. "Not since Cinderella has a ripped dress ever looked so chic," Elle noted.

Janelle Monae stuck to her signature black-and-white color palette in a flowery Chanel frock. (Note the cute floral details on her wrists!) The Hidden Figures star also kept up her habit of eye-catching hair accessories, and threaded her hair with delicate silver flowers.

In a departure from her typical California-girl style, Kate Hudson wore a sequin and tulle Dior gown with Gothic flair. The star eschewed her typical sun-kissed look to wear an edgier bold red lip and slicked-back hair.

Michelle Dockery added a splash of tropical color to the carpet. The Downton Abbey star wore a vividly colored, striped gown by Elie Saab's ready-to-wear collection. 

Still craving bright stripes? Yara Shahidi dazzled in a playful, boldly printed gown by Naeem Khan.

Nicole Kidman is fearless about fashion. The elegant star wore Gucci's sequined, green look, which was decked with multi-colored feathers and beaded-parrot-embroidered sleeves.

Taraji P. Henson said that she felt like a Barbie Doll in her standout look by Reem Acra.

Okay, so Sofia Vergara's dress on its own may not be particularly striking. But the Zuhair Murad look marked quite a departure from the star's signature mermaid-style gown. "I feel like a ballerina—an old ballerina, but a ballerina," Sofia told Giuliana Rancic on E!.

Thandie Newton brought on the couture with her Schiaparelli Couture gown, which was stitched with birds and horses. The West World star, who works with stylist Erin Walsh, attended the label's Paris couture show last week.

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