Best Dressed List at the 18th Screen Actors Guild Awards   Leave a comment

Pretty meh red carpet, but here are 15 ladies who managed to stand out at this year’s event:

15. MELISSA McCARTHY in Badgley Mischka

Who said you need to have an hour glass figure just to be on the best dressed list? Best Supporting Actress nominee Melissa McCarthy doesn’t need that and she looks mighty fine in her Badgley Mischka dress that night.

14. SOFIA VERGARA in Marchesa

It’s very difficult to follow up that winning Golden Globe look, but Sofia Vergara did not disappoint with a pink Marchesa dress and matching accessories to boot.

13. LEA MICHELE in Versace

She’s been trying so hard to give this vamp sexy look, and though the slit was very much attention grabbing, everything else from the laid back hair and this Versace gown still saved the overall look.

12. KALEY CUOCO in Romona Keveza

This design has been tried and tested may times (and even better before), but one can’t deny how Kaley Cuoco looks very ethereal and floating in this Romona Keveza creation.

11. ARIEL WINTER in Collette Dinnigan

Probably one of the few child actors who actually dress their age, Ariel Winter looks youthful yet topnotch in this dress made by Australian designer Collette Dinnigan.

10. VIOLA DAVIS in Marchesa

Not only did she take home the Best Actress trophy that night, but Viola Davis also took home top fashion honors in this Grecian inspired Marchesa outfit.

9. DIANE LANE in David Mesiter

Diane Lane did not fail to live up with her fashion that night as the Best Actress in a TV Movie nominee looks regal and classy in her blue David Meister gown.

8. NAYA RIVERA in Naeem Khan

Who ever said that only blonde could become bombshells clearly hasn’t seen Naya Rivera’s sexy and seductive SAG look. All thanks to her Naeem Khan dress.

7. KYRA SEDGWICK in Emilio Pucci

The Closer star is really closer to the best dressed list this year as her Emilio Pucci gown (and her new tattoo) were clearly on top notch display that night.

6. DIANNA AGRON in Carolina Herrera

Dianna Agron totally redeemed herself from the red origami inspired Golden Globe dress she wore two weeks ago with this sexy and memorable pink Carolina Herrera gown she wore this year.

05. EMILY BLUNT in Oscar dela Renta

Another case of a dress that has been done many times already, this Oscar dela Renta creation still made the list because 1. green looks good on a SAG red carpet (remember Christina Applegate three years ago and Lea Michele two years ago)., and 2. this is Emily Blunt we’re talking about.

04. ANGELINA JOLIE in Jenny Packham

Her Golden Globe dress might be a hit or miss for many people, but majority loved this Jenny Packham black ensemble that Jolie wore last night. Don’t you dare tell me you did not think of a sexy vamp when you saw her.

03. TILDA SWINTON in Lanvin

Tilda plays the White Queen in and out of the screen, as she does another top notch collaboration with Lanvin for this year’s SAG awards. No one can play the icy queen persona more than La Tilda.

02. EMMA STONE in Alexander McQueen

Short or long, Emma Stone can make them all look flair, as she made another memorable fashion statement in this Alexander McQueen dress.

01. JESSICA CHASTAIN in Calvin Klein

And this year’s SAG winner is none other than Supporting Actress nominee Jessica Chastain who pushed all the right buttons in this blue Calvin Klein creation that she effortlessly pulled off. Her matching earrings played a factor as well, I guess.

Anyway, who are your own choices for Best Dressed this year? Pipe them here in the Comments section. 🙂

Posted February 3, 2012 by Nicol Latayan in Lists, Red Carpet

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