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Golden Globes Fashion: The Good

Like sparkles? You'll dig this year's Golden Globes red carpet, which was blinding. But between the jewel tones and the grown-up clothes, the stars kept it classy.

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Does it get any cuter than Amy Adams' gently retro jade Carolina Herrera?


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This artful "Trojan Woman" Valentino is a nice choice for the secret tragic spinster.


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Chloe Sevigny's Steel-Magnolias-on-crack Valentino is already attracting horrified censure, but I think it's bold and frankly pretty.


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Dianna Agron's Badgley Mischka is very Danae-in-her-cloud.


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Emily Blunt also went super-femme in ethereal D&G.


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Gabourey Sidibe rocks a gorgeous jewel tone Kevan Hall.


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Sigourney Weaver also rocked emerald. (Looks slightly like muscle fibers, but that's not a bad thing.)


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Sandra Bullock chose one of the evening's major trends: royal purple. (Bottega Veneta.)


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More purple reign: Jane Krakowski in J. Mendel.


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And Rose Byrne in Lanvin.


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Also big in '10: bold, Valentino red, as seen on Amy Poehler (actually by Jay Godfrey)


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...and Sarah Hyland.


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...and an absolutely radiant Cameron Diaz.


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But nothing was more popular than sparkle, be it Jennifer Garner's 80s-glam Atelier Versace...


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Toni Collette's deco Carolina Herrera...


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...Jaime Pressly's matte sequin Kevan Hall...


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... Olivia Wilde's Studio 54-worthy Gucci.


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...or Heather Graham's pure-glam Elie Saab.


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Joan Allen and daughter Sadie Friedman: nicely complementary.


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Lea Michele's Oscar de la Renta is so bad-swan Odille, it's ridiculous (and awesome.)


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Speaking of trimmings: I was frankly on the fence with Carey Mulligan's Nina Ricci - but overall, I'd say she pulls it off, and bonus points for taking a few risks.


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Ginnifer Goodwin's cobaly Vionnet was one of the few minis on the r.c.


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I don't know what in tarnation was up with the sea of peach last night (see: the Bad for more), but Maggie Gyllenhaal's's sharp mermaidy iteration by Rm by Roland Mouret was one of the few I could get behind.


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Julia Roberts' vintage YSL is enviably effortless. What does she have to prove? Nada.


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As for Kate Winslet, yeah, she's not really trying this time around - simple, safe and elegant did the trick.


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DISCUSSION

I don't think she walked the red carpet, but Reese Witherspoon also looked AMAZING.

I would have added Sofia Vergara here as well, but maybe that's just me.