If the Golden Globes was all about black and solidarity, the SAG Awards was all about bright colours and some not so obvious solidarity, and especially the older generation was on fire.
Allison Williams in Ralph & Russo is the only exception as she wore this beautiful white beaded and tasseled dress with a touch of red lips and pedi. Not everybody likes her look, probably because she looks a bit pale, but I think she looks exceptional in every sense.
Would you believe Goldie Hawn is 72? She wore this beautiful sky blue Monique Lhuillier and looked even better tan her 38-year old daughter.
Mandy Moore wore a cobalt blue Diane von Furstenberg slip dress and as simple the whole look as amazing she looks.
Sydelle Noel wore a yellow Leanne Marshall gown and this is what I call mesmerising marigold yellow – being extra fabulous on her skin ton-, and stunning fit.
I only included Brie Larson because of her stunning Gucci dress, it is really something – isn’t it? -, but I think she would look even better with her hair up.
How gorgeous is Susan Sarandon in this Alberta Ferretti off-the-shoulder sequin dress and glamorous cat-eye-sunnies? She is pure diva and one of the best dressed and looking on this evening and I’m not even big fan of sunglasses on the red carpet or at night.
Who is your favourite?
Photos via vogue.co.uk