It’s SAG Awards time! In honor of the 2016 show airing tonight, we’re taking a look back at some of the best red carpet dresses from past shows — and there’s a LOT of gorgeous fashion for the ladies to live up to this year. Click through the gallery to check out Lupita Nyong’o, Kate Hudson and more looking beyond fabulous!
The ladies of movie and television have totally been bringing it this awards season so far, and we expect nothing less at the Jan. 30 SAG Awards. The fashion at the show has never disappointed in the past, and in anticipation of tonight, we’ve rounded up some of the best looks of all time. Check ’em out here!
2014 was the year of Lupita Nyong’o, and before winning the Best Supporting Actress award for 12 Years A Slave at the show, she totally SLAYED on the red carpet. She wore a one-of-a-kind, form-fitting turquoise dress by Gucci with a majorly intricate neckline that added the right amount of business to an otherwise simple fabric. So glamorous! Amy Adams was another standout on the carpet that year — she looked so elegant and stunning in a one-shouldered, blue Antonio Berardi gown with metallic touches and a leg slit.
We’ll also never forget Kate Hudson flaunting her AMAZING figure in a white, embellished Emilio Pucci dress at the 2010 show. The backless style allowed Kate to show a classy amount of skin while still looking beyond chic. And how about Diane Kruger’s mustard-colored, elegant ensemble from that same year?! Girl totally slayed in a color that most women can’t pull off.
As for the 2015 show, our absolute favorite had to be Jennifer Aniston, who looked totally ageless and sexy in a green, plunging Galliano gown. She showed off some major cleavage in the look, but it didn’t take anything away from the chic and fabulous style. Plus, her body is INCREDIBLE, and this dress totally showcased it. Click through the gallery above to check out more of the best SAG Awards dresses!
HollywoodLifers, which actress wore YOUR favorite SAG Awards dress of all time?! Who are you excited to see on the red carpet this year?