The big stories coming out of Green Bay right now are the Seattle Seahawks coming to Lambeau Field on Jan. 12, and our former coach Mike McCarthy taking a head coaching gig for the Dallas Cowboys. However, for all of us fashion-forward, Packers-loving fans, we noticed quite the interesting trend in the land of Hollywood during Sunday night’s 77th Golden Globes: a love of green and gold.
It would seem that our favorite celebrities were partial to our Packers' colors – but really, who can blame them? Go Pack go!
While I’d like to think that J.Lo or Beyonce are diehard Packers fans, it was likely just a fashionable coincidence. But still, here are my top eight green and gold looks of the 2020 Golden Globes.
Jennifer Lopez is in a green and gold dress and she is performing at the Super Bowl halftime show next month.
THIS HAS TO BE A GOOD SIGN, RIGHT?! pic.twitter.com/Qg6N5hyTKj — erin alyce (@herooine) January 6, 2020
The Bronx bombshell was wrapped up prettily in a bow – literally. The white, green and gold gown by Valentino exploded all over social media as soon as she hit the carpet.
2. The Momoas
Jason Momoa and his wife, Lisa Bonet, both wore shades of green, with Momoa in a dark green velvet jacket by Tom Ford. He accessorized with a pricey Cartier brooch of white gold, diamonds and emeralds. Fancy!
3. Sandra Bullock
I’ve always had a style crush on Sandra, and Sunday night, she lit up the Globes in a beautiful ruffled golden dress. Her look was one of my favorites of the Golden Globes.
4. Beyonce’s upper half
Yes, just the upper half. I said what I said! The Queen Bee stunned the fashion world in a custom, Italian couture Schiaperelli dress with golden sleeves. (Puffy exaggerated sleeves were the other huge trend of the night.) Sure, technically her dress is gold and black, but whatever. One must not leave Bey out of any fashion list – so here we are!
5. Rose Leslie (aka Ygritte, aka "You know nothing Jon Snow")
Glowing in green, #RoseLeslie attends the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards in ELIE SAAB Autumn Winter 2019-20 alongside her husband #KitHarington pic.twitter.com/UmP7WQyCWn — ELIE SAAB (@ElieSaabWorld) January 7, 2020
Leslie was much more glamourous than her famous Wildling character from "Game of Thrones" in a sequined green gown – a complimentary contrast to her signature red hair.
6. Arden Cho
Arden Cho wore a #RitaVinieris Fall 2018 green gown with cutout detail to the 2020 Warner Bros. / InStyle Golden Globe Awards After Party. #GoldenGlobes pic.twitter.com/RR5YDHs9c6 — The Fashion Court (@TheFashionCourt) January 7, 2020
The triple threat actress, singer and model was absolutely radiant and giving tons of Old Hollywood vibes in her emerald, off-the-7shoulder gown and berry lips.
7. Yara Shahidi
The "Black-ish" and "Grown-ish" star wore gilded eyeshadow and shoes while being all sunshine in her yellow-gold dress.
8. "Parks and Rec" stars Amy Poehler and Adam Scott
Poehler wore a long-sleeved, green-sequined gown with structured shoulders, accented with a black and gold belt. Not quite as flashy as her fellow red carpet stars but uber classy. Scott skipped the velvet that dominated menswear and wore a simple, yet timeless forest green Berluti suit.
Which looks were your favorites of the evening?
Krystal is a Milwaukee native, Marquette University alum (Go Marquette!) and has been a freelance writer for over ten years. With KDH_Creative, she continues to focus on being a multi-disciplinary creative in the areas of journalism, literature, film, marketing and public relations.
In her free time, she likes to explore the city as if she is a new transplant, to fall in love with Milwaukee all over again. She loves all things artistic such as theatrical productions, art galleries, film festivals and more. Her hobbies include playing in makeup, gardening, blogging, endlessly scrolling on Pinterest, taking romantic strolls through our public libraries and trying to learn guitar.
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