The Real Winners of the Golden Globes 2015

(From left to right): Lorde in Narcisco Rodriguez and Emma Stone in Lavin
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Every year, the style at the Golden Globes fails to disappoint and this year definitely didn't let this tradition down. The Globes is a way for Hollywood's most accomplished stars to truly show off and look outstanding — it's a preview for the apparel we'll soon see at the Oscars.

Here is a list of the top 10 looks from last night chosen by us at WRITTEN CITIZEN

10. Kate Hudson 

Kate's Versace dress (or lack of, for that matter) truly shows off her natural curves. There has already been a lot negative comments surrounding her dress, but I personally think it's everything you need rolled into one pretty piece!

9. Patricia Arquette 

 Cult-actress Patricia Arquette is making a huge comeback into the spotlight. Not only did she win a Golden Globe for Boyhood, but she also rocked the red carpet in this black Escada gown. The off-the-shoulder dress, along with the gold accessories and red lipstick, really made Patricia stand out from the crowd.

8. Jennifer Aniston 

Typically, Jennifer decided to wear a black dress, however, she jazzed it up a bit as the top of the Saint Laurent gown was covered in sequins. The Cake star's choice of accessories were edgy, and the split in on the side of the dress added to the rock-chic look.

7. Dakota Johnson 

Future Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson compliments the upcoming film by wearing this shimmering silver Chanel dress. The up and coming actress is surely one to watch in the world of all things fashion.

6. Taylor Schilling  

Taylor Schilling definitely didn't have to worry about blending into the red-carpet yesterday in this Ralph Lauren dress. The peekaboo neckline adds a splash of sexy to this modest look, and like always, Taylor looks spectacular. 

5. Amy Adams 

The Big Eyes actress keeps it classy in this baby blue Versace gown. Adams is easily one of the best actress of our generation, and she never disappoints with her outfit choices. The red-head icon also walked away with an award. Well done, Amy! 

4. Anna Kendrick

A fairytale dress fit for a princess! The twenty nine year-old Into the Woods star dazzled in her Monique Lhuillier floor length gown. This fabulous dress flows beautifully and highlights Anna's complexion. It's sophisticated, but suits her age.

3. Quenzhané Wallis 

Quenzhané, aka Hollywood's most adorable star, totally shined on the red carpet last night. She obviously left her usual puppy dog handbag at home and it's a good thing that she did—I don't really think it would've matched the lilac Armani Junior gown the eleven year-old actress wore last night. 

2. Julianne Moore 

This iconic actress never plays it safe when it comes to fashion, and it seems as if she can never do wrong! Julianne shines in this custom made Givenchy dress that genuinely has it all. Feathers, sparkle and jewels — what more could a girl wish for?

1. Jessica Chastain 

And the winner is... Jessica Chastain! Although the bronze colour seems like an unusual choice, she most definitely made her mark at the Globes, as she didn't opt for a nude, silver or white dress that seemed to be a top choice last night. This low Atelier Versace gown is not only beautifully sensual, but it accentuates Chastain's curvaceous body we know and love. 

We also loved Naomi Watts, Greer Grammer, Lorde, and Emma Stone.

Now, let's not forget about the boys! Here's some eye candy from last night to droll over for hours on end:
Matt Bomer was a winner in all respects last night. He stood out from the crowd in this dapper navy-blue suit.

Jake may not have won, but his big sis Maggie took home an award. Were sure he's happy for her, just like we are happy with his style and beauty!

Thirty Seconds to Mars lead singer and Oscar-winning actor Jared Leto reminded us why we all fell in love with him in the 90's hit show My So-Called Life.

   Jamie Dornan definitely showed off his Christian Grey sophistication last night at the 72nd Golden Globes.
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