These stars stunned in these classic colors on the red carpet, showing off the hottest trend of the night! Who do YOU think worked the trend best?
After seeing a slew of black gowns come down the carpet at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards it comes as no surprise to see the trend continue at the 2013 SAG Awards in LA on Jan. 27 — but there was another hue that dominated! Aside from black dresses we also saw a lot of lovely white looks — and I’m sure these two trends are sure to stick around for the remainder of award season. Fashion forward stars like Anne Hathaway, Michelle Dockery and Elisabeth Moss donned black dresses, proving that the trend is anything but basic!
Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery showed off one of her sexiest looks to date in her revealing sheer vintage Chad Ralph Rucci gown while Mad Men‘s Elisabeth Moss opted for comfort in a sparkling black Dolce & Gabbana strapless cocktail dress. All eyes were on Anne Hathaway when she took the stage to accept her award, where she looked fashion-forward in a Giambattista Valli dress. The frock featured a sheer neckline and sheer tulle skirt. I like that the Les Miserables star took a chance and donned something that wasn’t necessarily traditional. Red lips added a welcome pop of color to her ensemble.
While these ladies looked beautiful in black, stars like Kerry Washington, Sofia Vergara and Jayma Mays wowed in white. Kerry looked simply stunning in Marchesa, while Sofia ditched her typical mermaid silhouette for a more romantic draped Donna Karan Atelier gown.
Sure, a slew of stars went for the monochrome look, but that wasn’t the only way to work the trend! A-listers like Claire Danes, January Jones and Julianne Moore managed to work both shades into their SAG Awards style. Julianne put her cleavage on full display in Chanel couture, while new mom Claire Danes opted for an asymmetrical Givenchy frock.
See who else showed off the hottest trend of the night & VOTE for who you think really wowed in black and white. Do you like the way these celebs are wearing the classic colors or do you prefer to see more brights on the red carpet?