All The Women Who Ditched Dresses For Chic Pants At The 2019 Critics Choice Awards!
Another week, another awards ceremony.
Just a few days after the Golden Globes, celebrities and A-listers put on their style game once again for the much-awaited Critics Choice Awards. Thanks to the rise of androygnous fashion, monochromatic gowns and sultry slit numbers were not the only trends we spotted this evening. Ditching the tried and tested formal dresses, a number of Hollywood stars sported power suits—a sophisticated, non-traditional take on red carpet fashion.
For your dose of masculine-meets-feminine wardrobe inspiration, we've compiled all the women who were clad in pants at the annual black tie event. Enjoy!
Allison Janney in Alberta Ferretti
Best actress nominee Allison Janney was clad in a monochromatic cape number from Alberta Ferretti's limited edition fall 2018 couture collection. She accessorized with sparkling Nail Lande diamond cuffs and a Jimmy Choo purse, elevating her look from laid-back chic to sophisticated glam.
Julia Roberts in Louis Vuitton
Julia Roberts is trying to prove a point: she is the queen of jumpsuits. Just last week, she rocked a nude and black Stella McCartney ensemble at the Golden Globes, which cemented her to Metro Magazine's Best Dressed List. Tonight, she pulled off the trend once again, donning a monochromatic Louis Vuitton by Nicolas Ghesquiére number for the Critics Choice Awards.
Rachel Brosnahan in Carolina Herrera
Rachel Brosnahan, who snagged the award for best actress in a comedy series, walked the blue carpet in a cream Caroline Herrera ensemble. The oversized bow details in front of her blazer gave the look a sweet, feminine vibe.
Claire Foy in Celine
Claire Foy accepted the #SeeHer award in Celine by Hedi Slimane. The bedazzled halterneck jumpsuit featured an asymmetrical cut, which perfectly complemented her slender physique.
Presenter America Ferrera donned a basic, no-fail pantsuit from A.L.C's ready-to-wear collection.
Judith Light in Christian Siriano
Finally, Judith Lith pulled off a fun polka dot ensemble—so chic and so comfortable!
Artwork by Butchie Peña