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The Best Dressed Ladies At The Golden Globe Awards 2019

And just like that, the 76th Golden Globe Awards was concluded with winners like Bohemian Rhapsody for Best Picture, Rami Malek for Best Actor, and Glenn Close for Best Actress. Awards season is truly in full swing for 2019, and boy did it start with an amazing red carpet!

READ: Are You Team "A Star Is Born" Or Team "Bohemian Rhapsody?"

Hollywood's A-listers stepped out on the red carpet dressed to the nines, in fabulous couture gowns and suits fitting of this glamorous Tinseltown event. There was not one particular trend or theme that arose on the red carpet, but the diversity in color, cut, and execution made things exciting and unpredictable at the same time!

Here, we present to you our top 10 best dressed ladies of the night, handpicked by the Metro Magazine editors. Safe to say it was a Herculean task to pick out the most beautiful style moments, as there was an abudance of remarkable ones at this year's show. Scroll further to see who made the cut:

 

Lady Gaga

 

 

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A Star is Born's Lady Gaga stole the show in a periwinkle Valentino couture gown, Tiffany jewels, and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes. Only she can make a statement such as this—matching her hair color with her gown! She may not have won the Best Actress award, but this look is a sure winner in our books!

 

Constance Wu

 

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Crazy Rich Asians' Constance Wu truly had a princess moment at the Golden Globes red carpet earlier—she arrived in a nude tulle Vera Wang gown with a perfect pop of color via the orange bow belt. We're smitten by the entire ensemble!

 

Julia Roberts

 

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Truly ageless, Julia Roberts appeared on the Golden Globes red carpet in a Stella McCartney jumpsuit looking as radiant as ever. The Golden Globe winner donned an unexpected choice, but did not go the typical suit route. 

 

Charlize Theron

 

Charlize slays. #GoldenGlobes (??: Rob Latour)

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Everyone loves a classic black and white dress, and Charlize Theron does this number justice. We love how the sleek silhouette flatters her figure, complementing her tall frame in the right way. The peek-a-boo detail combined with the big bow add just the right amount of unexpectedness to the dress!

 

Gemma Chan

 

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Another Crazy Rich Asians star, Gemma Chan AKA Astrid Leong, stuns the crowd in a midnight blue Valentino number. We love the modern cut on this dress, showing the right amount of leg with shorts underneath. 

 

Keri Russell

 

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Keri sure has come a long way from her Felicity days, getting a brand new look that's just the right amount of sexy and classy. We absolutely love this jaw-dropping Monique Lhuillier silver gown paired with a Tyler Ellis clutch. 

 

Nicole Kidman

The ever glowing Nicole Kidman stepped out on the red carpet in a burgundy Michael Kors number—a figure hugging long-sleeved gown that looks divine against her milky white skin.

 

Penelope Cruz

 

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The bombshell chose a red carpet favorite designer for this years 'Globes—an iridescent halter Ralph & Russo gown. Apart from the changing hues on the fabric, the velvet bow on the halter straps make for a romantic touch. 

 

Rosamund Pike

 

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Clare Waight Keller does it again with this custom Givenchy creation for Best Actress nominee Rosamund Pike. While the sparkly bolero may seem questionnable to some, we feel that it actually added the oomph it needed to make the black dress pop!

 

Saoirse Ronan

 

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Now here's an unexpected Gucci creation on Ladybird and Little Women star Saoirse Ronan. It was perfectly complemented by emerald green earrings, and a Living Coral-hued lip. 

 

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