Neutral tones ranging from white to blush was another huge trend at the Golden Globes. The following ladies were some of the best dressed on the red carpet and proved that going with lighter shades can come across as anything but vanilla.
Chrissy Teigen chose an embellished Zuhair Murad gown in blush pink. The long sleeves and intricate design made it a standout on the red carpet. The color of the gown and her loose ponytail lent a more relaxed feel to what otherwise could have seemed stuffy.
Sienna Miller's bohemian-luxe style was apparent in her Miu Miu dress. Her choppy bob was a perfect complement and the overall effect was cool and unique.
After her best-dressed turn on last year's Oscars red carpet in a silver Versace number, Kate Hudson opted for another Versace gown, this time in white. With it's body-conscious mermaid shape, plunging neckline and shiny boning elements on either side, it was reminiscent of Elizabeth Hurley's sensational safety-pin dress from 1994, also by Versace.
In perhaps my favorite look of the night, Camila Alves wore a pale pink Monique L'huillier column gown. With the foldover bodice, gentle draping at the back and thin black piping, it was elegant yet fresh. Styled with statement earrings and a chic updo, the look was gorgeous in it's subtlety.
These beautiful looks prove that neutral shades can work for any skin tone. So whether you are going for a free-spirited, sophisticated or sultry effect, choosing a light hue can actually make everyone else pale in comparison.