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Style Inspiration from the Critics Choice Awards 2019

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Got a formal event coming up? Here’s how to dress just like the stars on the Critics Choice Awards blue carpet!

Awards season is officially underway! I am so excited! It’s always so much fun to watch my favorite stars be recognized for their work. 

This last Sunday, The Critics’ Choice Awards were held and they brought together some of the biggest names in television and movies. Members of the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association voted on 2018’s best movies and television shows. Stars present at the event included Bradley Cooper, Julia Roberts, and Amy Adams, plus many more!

While we all want to see which star will win each award, half the fun of awards season is observing the fabulous fashion. This year, the blue carpet was filled with embellished gowns, long-sleeved silhouettes, and even a few pantsuits. 

Here are a few of my favorite looks from Sunday night and some affordable options to try replicating them for your next formal event or evening out:

Lady Gaga’s Elegant Neutral Gown

Lady Gaga had an amazing night! She took home the award for best song for her part in “Shallow” from “A Star is Born.” (Very well deserved, in my personal opinion.) Then she went on to tie with Glenn Close for best actress in a motion picture.

True to form, Gaga absolutely killed it on the blue carpet! She wore a neutral colored Calvin Klein gown that flowed to the ground. She looked very elegant and chic.

Dresses from left to right: Tulle Gown – Forever 21, Trapeze Dress – Asos, Bandeau Maxi – Asos, Pleated Gown – Asos

Here are some great options for a flowy, formal look just like Lady Gaga’s. You can stick to the neutral colors for a chic look like hers or try one of these brighter dresses to add your own flare to the simple style.

Emily Blunt’s Statement Neckline

Emily Blunt was nominated for best actress and best actress in a comedy for her role in “Mary Poppins Returns.”

Emily wore a white, floor-length Prada gown with embellished straps. She was accompanied by her hubby John Krasinski. 

Dresses from left to right: Floral Flounce Maxi – Forever 21, Cape Maxi – Asos, Scuba Maxi – Asos, Square Neck Maxi – Asos

Emily’s dress had a beautiful, attention-grabbing neckline just like these four affordable options do. The straps on these dresses will add a little something extra to your look and bring everyone’s focus up to your beautiful face.

Gemma Chan’s Fabulous Florals

Gemma Chan, most recently seen in “Crazy Rich Asians”, rocked the carpet in this stunning number. She wore a layered, floral print gown by Jason Wu. 

Dresses from left to right: Floral Maxi – Asos, Ruffle Midi – Asos, Pencil Dress – Asos, Tiered Mini – Asos

Here are a few dresses that have similar vibrant colors and fun layers to what Gemma’s has. You can never go wrong with a pretty floral print, so adding a little ruffle can only make your look that much more fun! Give one of these beautiful dresses a try.

Julia Roberts’ Killer Pantsuit

Julia Roberts was nominated for best actress in a drama series for her role in “Homecoming.” She was one of the standouts on the blue carpet wearing a Louis Vuitton pantsuit!

From left to right: Tux Jumpsuit – Asos, Velvet Pantsuit – Asos, One- Shoulder Jumpsuit – Forever 21, Surplice Jumpsuit – Forever 21

If you are feeling like changing up your formal look, try a sophisticated pantsuit like Julia’s! You will have all the mobility and comfort that pants can offer without compromising on style. These options are super sleek and they won’t break the bank!

Which look was your favorite?

I can’t wait to see how the rest of the award season unfolds! Will you be watching? Which of these looks is your favorite? Comment below!

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