Awards season kicked off last night in Los Angeles with the 71st annual Golden Globes and Hollywood's biggest celebs were decked out in some stylish--and not so stylish--looks. Whose were the best? And whose were the worst? Bravo's resident style experts—Stassi Schroeder, Bevy Smith, Lawrence Washington, Derek J, Geneva Thomas, and Daisy Lewellyn—sound off on their favorite celeb fashions—and their most hated.
Bevy Smith's Five Best and Worst Looks
She was resplendent in emerald green sequins by Gucci! She looked so fab that even non-pregnant women want to get her look.
She looked divine in the MASTER of red carpet dressing, Giorgio Armani! A vision in black lace gossamer made even more chic by significant "backvage," a.k.a back cleavage!
I think she's taken over from Julianne Moore as THE fashionista "ginger" and I loved the dress especially with the cape!
Dressed in Tom Ford, she was a chic column of liquid silver.
The red carpet newbie who was BORN to this! Unlike most red carpet freshman she hasn't made one fashion faux pas, she looked fresh and edgy, I predict her Ralph Lauren dress with attached cape will start a trend.
Hayden's slick back "fresh out of the shower" coif was a dismal fail and even wearing a Tom Ford dress couldn't make her look interesting.
She must have been expecting a flood, her dress is an odd and unattractive length.
I absolutely LOVE her work, she takes lots of chances with the roles she takes, which is why this plain dress is such a shock! She could have "hustled" up a look with more pizzazz!
She is known for her fun and whimsical personality so I'm throughly confused as to why she wore a gown better suited for an old girl vs. a "new girl."
She was wearing a backless dress with pants underneath, I know people have a hard time picking out red carpet looks but you have to CHOOSE ONE LOOK not combine two.
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Lawrence Washington's Five Best and Worst Looks
Extreme regal in red! Love an off the shoulder gown and then to add a cape was epic!
Snatched for the gawds in that gorgeous white gown with the right amount of slit and glitz!
Very clean glowing in light gray gown showing off her baby bumb! "Look who's talking now!"
Absolutely stunning in a green sequin gown! She and Kerry were giving BATTLE OF THE MOTHAS!
Froze the carpet as pumped in a rich looking Bordeaux tux!
She looks like that candy from back in the day called Laffy Taffy.
Glammed up maid realness.
The big one side ruffle was way too overpowering.
I'm not a fan of stick-on flowers.
I don't think choir robes should be allowed on red carpets.
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Stassi Schroeder's Five Best and Worst Looks
I just can’t get enough of this Gucci emerald green, long sleeved gown. Send to: Stassi Schroeder, 555 Princess Lane, Tiara City, USA.
What can I not obsess over in this look? The ivory gown, the emerald embellishments, the high slit, the green Louboutins. This has to be my favorite pick for the night. Margot is an absolute goddess in this Gucci dress.
This Ralph Lauren gown with cape detail manages to encompass a look that is so incredibly modern yet reminiscent of the glamorous 1940s. This streamlined look has stunning architectural lines with a show-stopping classic red.
Maria reminds me of a modern day "Sleeping Beauty." This Max Azria Atelier gown (with the gorgeous princess pink) compliments her coloring and body in every way. I’d like to call this look "avant-garde fairytale."
This Prabal Gurung gown is like nothing I’ve ever seen. The sexy silhouette combined with the different fabrics, textures and prints, makes this one of the most beautiful and unique dresses I’ve ever seen on a red carpet. It’s like a Marilyn Monroe and Madonna Frappuccino… in the best way possible.
First word that comes to mind, BLAH. Second words? Senorita BLAH. It’s not dowdy, it’s not frumpy, it’s just BLAH. But honestly, maybe this is all me and I just can't get past her role in Elf.
Drew, I love Disney’s Fantasia too. But seriously, dead butterflies aren’t the best.
This is seriously like Paula just selflessly nominated herself for the worst dressed list. I can picture her saying, “Someone’s gotta do it! I’ll take one for the team! That dress will do!” Or maybe she just borrowed it from her father-in-law, Alan Thicke’s ex-wife. We may never know.
Well this Giambattista Valli gown certainly isn’t a hip-minimizer! Did Dynasty move to the hips?
Homegirl obviously has a thing for “My Little Pony” and purple. Thistle, mauve, orchid, heliotrope, purple pizzazz, lavender… and a fuschia clutch. Okay seriously, I can’t.
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Derek J's Five Best and Worst Looks
Her dress for the opening of the show was fabulous I'm not a big fan of red but this is red done right.
Her black and merlot sequin dress was a great look for her.
He strayed away from the mundane norm of the black tux and did color with a plum tuxedo.
Words can't even describe how gorgeous she looked in this dress.
Even with a broken zipper she was able to wow the red carpet in her silver sequin dress.
I absolutely hate this dress. It looks like toilet paper wrapped with black ribbon.
Her dress was a wreck from the side. I thought I liked it until she turned and she had a different dress on her shoulder.
She just hasn't found what works with her or maybe she just doesn't care.
I'm not sure why I didn't like this dress it just was blah to me.
Her dress was horrific I think it would have been good just being black but those chains wrapped around the the neck and down the front of the dress was a disastrous afterthought.
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Daisy Lewellyn's Five Best and Worst Looks
I have an Orange Crush on this red carpet stunner! Head to toe, she's flawless. Love love love when young raw talent embraces true fashion.
He just screams Gentleman Goes Globes. And the pinky ring gives him the street swag that he deserves. All hail Daddy Combs.
LBD meets va va voom!! This Turquoise Statement Necklace really shows how color can bring love & life to classic black number.
Blue Jasmine goes black lace darling. So elegant with the perfect amount of peek a boo skin. The diamond exposed back was just enough sexy to make her feel like a woman.
Now this is how you give drama. She's a Creme dream head turning goddess. Makeup and hair clean, without competing Accessories. Magnefique!
I love the color and shape of the dress but think with her body type is probably not the best pairing. Mermaid style dresses in bold hues can be hard to pull off.
A bit frumpy and not very fun. Her hair wasn't youthful and she really didn't maximize the opportunity to feel fabulous.
As much a I love Oscar de la Renta, it's not the most slimming or current frock. It reads wedding cake topper and not red carpet stunner.
I'm never been a huge fan of pants with dresses, its so 90's. She's such a young starlet. I would have loved her in a more textured exciting fabrication and something a little trend-driven. Zac Posen or Marchesa would be awesome on her.
She's so talented, so funny, and seems like a really bright girl, but this dress choice just doesn't give smart shopper. Curvy is the new black, and it's key to dress to flatter them with smart fabrication and draping. A darker shade with a less shiny material would have been a safer option.
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Geneva Thomas' Five Best and Worst Looks
12 Years A Slave Best Supporting Actress nominee became one with the red carpet in a crimson Ralph Lauren masterpiece. Although it's a mimic of Gwyneth Paltrow's Tom Ford from the 2012 Oscars, she gives it a chic all of her own.
She represented for curvy girls everywhere in a punk-inspired canary Zac Posen. Her tattoos juxtaposed against Posen's signature corseted gowns says: "I care, but I really don't."
She is giving "I banged the entire football team" cheerleader chic, per usual. She looks irritatingly stunning in this super sexy Calvin Klein aqua gown.
Everyone, you can leave now! Cate Blanchett has arrived! The undisputed queen of risk-taking red carpet looks arrived in an intricately-laced black Armani. Her 60s-inspired bob and Chopard diamond earrings take her high-neck transparent gown to the neck level.
Her color block Prabal Gurung gown gives the red carpet the pop it desperately needed. The veteran star upstaged nearly every Hollywood young buck who dragged down the carpet before her.
Not sure what's more disappointing, when the batteries run out in my vibrator or Jennifer Lawrence's dress.
She is far too minimalist in this cranberry Valentino. Seems the "American Hustle" actress could have hustled up stronger accessories for what could have been a 'wow' moment.
I wanted more from the Wolf of Wall Street actress. Her underwhelming white gown looks like prom dress from the clearance rack.
The 30 year-old Masters of Sex actress is tragically aged in this baby blue Emeli Wickstead gown. The gown riffing on De la Renta's spring 2012 collection could have been hot had she not opted for what looks to be the fabric of a wash rag.
She let us all down and needs to be reminded that just because you're knocked up doesn't mean you don't get to say eff it at the freaking Golden Globes! This Balenciaga is a greyish miss!