The Outfits at the Golden Globes Preparties Are Definitely Award Worthy
If you thought you had to wait until tonight to see some fabulous gowns, stunning jewels, and our favorite celebrities dressed to the nines, guess again. The lineup of Golden Globes preparties has already brought a few sartorial hits, including Jessica Chastain in printed Michael Kors and Allison Williams rocking Winter white. Keep scrolling to see the best looks from the latest award show soirees, which will hopefully hold us over until those magical red carpet moments. At least one thing's for sure: if these A+ outfits are a sign of what's to come, we're officially excited.
— Additional reporting by Sarah Wasilak
Cara stuck to her all-black palette, opting for a dress with sheer panels for the Art of Elysium Gala.
Sarah chose a flattering strapless Zimmermann dress that fit her like a glove for a pre-Golden Globes party. If this design is any indication, she'll look equally as stylish on the red carpet.
Kelly played up her purple locks by accessorizing with an oversize clutch and opting for a shimmering, structured black gown.
Abigail looked totally sleek in an avant-garde black-and-white number on the red carpet at the Art of Elysium Gala.
Dita Von Teese
The star chose a printed maxi gown that was quirky yet elegant for the Art of Elysium Gala.
Jaime King is boho chic in this sheer Valentino number at the Art of Elysium Gala.
Even without her equally stylish husband, Matthew McConaughey, by her side, Camila still stood out on the red carpet in this lacy black gown.
Who knew a long-sleeved ball gown could look this sexy? We love this classic look on Camilla Belle.
Whoa, Angie Harmon! Bringing the glam factor to the Art of Elysium Gala in this stunning green gown.
Did we just take a trip back in time? Amber Heard looks so Old Hollywood in this vintage pearl-hued Dior number.
Georgina Sparks, is that you?! Seems like Michelle Trachtenberg is channeling her inner Serena in this low-cut mermaid dress.
Pow! This pop of bright yellow in a sea of more subtle colors definitely deserves some recognition. Well done, Shanola. Well done.
We don't know if it's the bright color or the unusual peplum, tiered shape, but Laura's custom red Christian Siriano dress totally stole the spotlight at the Art of Elysium Gala.
The Community actress opted for a long, printed pink gown, which she paired with a gold clutch.
We're getting some serious flapper vibes from Charlize's fun, fringed Givenchy Spring '15 LBD.
The actress keep it classic at the fourth annual Sean Penn & Friends Help Haiti Home Gala, sporting an embellished Balenciaga LBD.
This curve-hugging blue gown looked super sexy on the 48-year-old star.
The actress wore this black-and-white fit-and-flare Michael Kors dress to the 2015 Film Independent Filmmaker Grant and Spirit Awards Nominees Brunch.
Are those shorts we spy? And a print? Only Marion Cotillard could make this quirky Thakoon outfit look this chic.
This dark green color looks lovely on Emmy Rossum.
We don't know if she's A, but this Pretty Little Liars star has definitely been bringing her A game to the red carpet as of late.
Is it just us or does Kim's jumpsuit look super comfy? The perfect outfit for W magazine's It Girls lunch.
Chanel Iman looks party ready in this sparkly, tiered dress.
This look is a bit different from Allison's typical girlie ball gowns, but we're not complaining — we think the Girls star is werking this Stella McCartney jumpsuit.
Chanel Iman, Gigi Hadid, and Nicola Peltz
We can't decide who looks best: all three ladies are always so fashionable. We do enjoy Gigi's cutout Cushnie et Ochs dress, though. We told you she was an It girl!
Isabelle Fuhrman, Kiernan Shipka, and Kerris Dorsey
Kiernan Shipka is totally our under-21 style icon. The girl's outfits are always on point.
Jaime King, Sarah Hyland, and Nicola Peltz
There seems to be a theme going on at this It Girl party, considering all the white that was worn. Not that we mind — more inspiration for our #stylinghacks challenge!
Feminine and floral — this printed number seems like it was made for the always-classic Michelle Monaghan.