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Jan 11, 2015

Best and Worst Dressed at the 2015 Golden Globes

It's been very lonely on the blog during the past few months while Samantha has been taking a break, but I feel her absence most acutely as I compose this best and worst dressed list. We can only imagine what ensembles she might have loved and those she might have despised, but as a consolation prize here are a few bests and many worsts from me.


There's nothing better on a red carpet than an understated Calvin Klein dress that fits like a glove, as this one does on Reese Witherspoon.

Ellie Kemper complained about the weight of this Naeem Khan dress on the red carpet, but whatever discomfort she may have experienced was worth it as I think this is the best she's ever looked.

Lorde was robbed in the Best Original Song category, but she should win best dressed in this sleek Narciso Rodriguez suit with matching sleek braid. 

It is very difficult to see the details on this Miu Miu dress in the photograph above, but on TV they looked stunning. Sienna Miller managed to pull off a busy, detailed dress without looking overwhelmed, which is always an impressive feat.


Green is notoriously difficult to pull off on the red carpet, and Ruth Wilson fails to make it happen in this Prada dress.

I have so many issues with Julianna Margulies in this Ulyana Sergeenko gown. The length is really odd. I don't understand the seem cutting her off at the knees. I'm frankly very disappointed in Julianna, since she usually kills it on the red carpet.

Is the Fourth of July here already? Allison Williams's dress resembles a parade float. And what is up with the weird stiff hair? It reminds me Kristen Wiig's tiny hands lady on SNL.

Amanda Peet in the Eeyore of dresses, by J Mendel.

This Antonio Berardi dress is perhaps the most unflattering thing I've ever seen on Tina Fey.

Wow. I don't really know who you are Tiziana Rocca, but those two dresses don't go together very well.

Melissa McCarthy admitted on the red carpet that this dress was an amalgamation of several different dresses (and one pilgrim costume) from her closet, which means it was doomed from the start. This is why fashion designers exist, Melissa! You don't have to design your own red carpet gown.

I want to hear from you in the comments! What were your bests and worsts? How much do you miss Samantha? 

*images from NYMag

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