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SAG Fashion: The Good Was Very Good

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After several underwhelming red carpets, the SAGs were an exciting change. Think color, innovation, and serious style. Well, for the most part.

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First, let's talk trends. Like flame-hued frocks. To wit: Julianna Margulies.


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And Valerie Bertinelli!


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A busy — but glam — take from Tina Fey.


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The precociously chic Sarah Hyland.


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Katrina Bowden, rocking old Hollywood.


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And a vaguely Gothic take from Mila Kunis.


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Bridal white — albeit with a sexy, vintagey twist — was also popular. Check out Mindy Kaling, who's been killing it lately.


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Amy Adams in Hervé Leroux.


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Lea Michele, refining her typical red-carpet silhouette to stunning effect in Oscar de la Renta.


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Winona Ryder channels her Tim Burton days, but the Alberta Ferretti is lovely.


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Love the juxtaposition of virginal white and maternity in Natalie's Azzaro!


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Speaking of glam maternity! Jane Krakowski!


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The "blush" tidal wave was in full force. Jenna Ushkowitz, in maximum glam.


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Hillary Swank, vintagey and pretty.


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Heather Morris.


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And my favorite blushing turn, Jayma Mays' Jenny Packham.


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Rosario Dawson also rocks a sweet pastel J. Mendel.


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Christina Hendricks totally changes up her silhouette — and while the resulting silhouette is slightly bombshell robe-and-mules...it's still terribly glam.


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Amber Riley's Anne Barge: flat-out glamorous.


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Whatever you think of January Jones' style, you have to admire her adaptability. Personally, I love this Caroline Herrera.


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Speaking of versatility! Claire Danes goes from minimalism to pure pretty in Louis Vuitton!



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DISCUSSION

I agree on the lovely factor of all of these, but I hope I don't see Sofia Vergara or Melissa Leo on the "Bad" list. Mindy Kaling looked phenomenal, just amazing. The cut, the curves, she was made for that dress. I love Christina Hendricks's dress, but the shoes...they throw off the overall look for me. I would have preferred a platform peeptoe, but maybe she was tired of that look.

On an unrelated note, is it just me or was Hillary Swank looking very Kelly Bensimon last night? (Not crazy, I mean she was looking super-statuesque and shiny-haired and supermodel-smiley. She looked like...well, satchels of gold.)