Our Editors Pick The 8 Best Looks From The Golden Globes

You've already had the chance to scan the spectrum of Red Carpet looks that made an appearance at this years Golden Globes. But, I know all too well that so many dresses is too much to digest all at once. Luckily, myself and my fellow editors already took in every single look and through the fray a few standouts emerged. Our editors' favorite Golden Globes dresses of 2019 run the gamut. Some made the cut because they were favorites from the runway, well before the red carpet. Others were the styles that instantly lit up our collective slack as we watched the sartorial drama unfold.

Below, team TZR breaks down our top looks from the Golden Globes, explaining what exactly about each ensemble made it particularly notable. But, you don't have to only take it from us. Once you've had the chance to check out our favorites, you can tell us on social what look was the best of the night in your opinion. Maybe it was Lady Gaga's sweeping blue Valentino gown that caught your attention, or when Lupita Nyong'o arrived in shimmering Calvin Klein by Appointment (a Raf Simons design). Whatever it was that won you over, you'll see below that our editors felt the exact same way. Now that one of fashion's most glamorous nights of the year has come to an end, indulge one last time in the amazing fashion moments.

Taraji P. Henson

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"There are only a few red carpet dresses that every single person at a viewing party can agree is amazing, and Taraji P. Henson’s Vera Wang number was it. Her green velvet look with a plunging neckline puts all other plunging necklines to shame." — Lauren Caruso, Managing Editor

Timothée Chalamet

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"I instantly cooed over Lupita Nyong'o in Calvin Klein and Saoirse Ronan in Gucci, but how can I go without acknowledging the sneaky prowess of Timothée Chalamet. His glittery Louis Vuitton harness (courtesy of designer Virgil Abloh) sits well outside the usual sartorial choices of men on the red carpet. Bravo, Timmy!" — Aemilia Madden, Senior Fashion Editor

Charlize Theron

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"I always love Charlize's look, but this Golden Globe outfit is serious #goals. I always gravitate toward simple looks, and this one was such an elegant take on a minimal gown. It's exactly what I'd wear if I ever had the chance to walk the red carpet." — Anna Buckman, Shopping News Editor

Thandie Newton

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"Silver dresses were seriously trending tonight, but I think Thandie Newton’s mirrored Michael Kors gown — complete with dual cutouts — looked as pristine as it gets." — Lauren Caruso, Managing Editor

Lupita Nyong'o

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"When I got a glimpse of Lupita Nyong’o’s Calvin Klein by Appointment gown, I nearly dropped my phone. The cobalt blue coloring looks resplendent on her rich brown skin, and the chain fringe details swish every time she moves… not that she needs a reason for everyone to stop and stare at her." — Khalea Underwood, Beauty Editor

Rosamund Pike

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"I'm always intrigued by an outfit takes me by surprise, and this Givenchy Haute Couture ensemble did just that. While at first I was convinced it was a dress, turns out it's a bodysuit and maxi skirt —a bold combination. Plus, with the addition of the shimmering boldero, the ensemble is a combination I don't often see on a major red carpet." — Aemilia Madden, Senior Fashion Editor

Regina King

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"I love when celebs opt for a unique color on the red carpet, and there's something so darn pretty about Regina King's glitzy pink gown. Color aside, the Alberta Ferretti piece made for one of the coolest silhouettes of the evening." — Ruby Buddemeyer, Associate Celebrity Editor

Rachel Weisz

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"I have some seriously mixed feelings about new Celine (I miss Phoebe…a lot.) but Rachel Weisz’s black-and-white dress was amazing on the red carpet." — Lauren Caruso, Managing Editor