The Golden Globes Red Carpet Was Literally Covered In This Glamorous Trend

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There were a lot of glamorous trends to hit the red carpet at the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards this year. But, taking the cake in the sea of tulle-covered gowns and feathers galore, were sequined dresses on the Golden Globes red carpet — and lots of them. While, yes, there's always quite a bit of sparkle during awards-show season, it seems that it's already hit a fever pitch with the first major event of the year.

And it's not just a touch of shine here and there. No, this year, many of the stars that walked the red carpet opted for head-to-toe sequins — a bold look that definitely paid off. Take actor Ana de Armas' look, for example; the first-time Golden Globes nominee (she's up for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy for her role in Knives Out) wore a custom Ralph & Russo gown that could only be described as stunning.

And though actor Rachel Brosnahan (nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) chose a less dramatic look, it was no less statement-making — the combination of fringe and sequins in her Michael Kors Collection dress was fun, elegant, and just sparkly enough.

Ahead, more of the sequined looks that shown all through the night — and might've made this the most glamorous Golden Globes red carpet yet.

Ana de Armas

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Actor Ana de Armas stunned on the red carpet in a sequined custom gown by Ralph & Russo.

Rachel Brosnahan

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Rachel Brosnahan took to the red carpet in a Michael Kors Collection dress complete with both sequins *and* fringe. The actor balanced out the look by keeping her accessories simple — she paired the gown with Forevermark jewelry that made for a stunning addition.

Natasha Lyonne

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Russian Doll actor Natasha Lyonne chose to wear two of the evening's biggest trends: sequins, mixed with the equally as popular bow.

Nina Parker

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Entertainment host Nina Parker shined on the Golden Globes red carpet in a gold sequined Melissa Mercedes dress.

Cynthia Erivo

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Thom Browne created actor Cynthia Erivo's black gown, which featured a white off-the-shoulder neckline and a pink lining.

Shailene Woodley

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Big Little Lies actor Shailene Woodley walked the red carpet in a blue and black Balmain dress.

Rose Leslie

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Game Of Thrones actor Rose Leslie chose an emerald green, beaded gown for her Golden Globes appearance.

Gugu Mbatha-Raw


A *very* shiny Gucci dress was actor Gugu Mbatha-Raw's dress of choice for the Golden Globes red carpet.

Kristin Cavallari

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Kristin Cavallari was one of the first to kick off the sequin trend for the night, choosing a Cristina Ottaviano dress with just a touch of shine and Djula chokers to finish the look.