Best Dressed at the 2014 SAG Awards
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By Lauren Kaplan January 18, 2014
Stepping away from her usual simple sheath, Claire Danes' risky selection brought her major attention. Her navy and black mesh, multi-toned Vionnet dress with paillettes paired impeccably with Jimmy Choo shoes, Tod’s clutch, and Forevermark Diamonds jewelry.
Pink is already a bold choice for Julia Roberts, but the nominee upped the fashion ante when she showed that her outfit for the evening was, in fact, a Valentino wide-leg jumpsuit instead of a dress. Topped off with beachy waves, elegant silver accessories, and her infectious smile and it's obvious why she's one of America's sweethearts.
Keeping with her favorite style, the strapless neckline, Jennifer Lawrence's sequined streamlined Dior dress brought a shine to the season, matching her winning personality with her fashion choice.
Between the clean lines of her gown, the timeless combination of black and white, and her elegant red lips, the Downton Abbey star stunned in J.Mendel, accessorized with David Yurman jewels, Gianvito Rossi heels, and a Calvin Klein clutch.
Proving the power of winter white, Gretchen Mol's J.Mendel number from the Spring 2014 runway brought a decadently sporty touch to the red carpet. With a slit to show off her toned legs and a short sleeved mesh top, the actress paired modernity with fashion and glamour.
Showing off her standout bone structure in an edgier option than we're used to from Julie Bowen, the actress donned a strapless silk faille Carolina Herrera gown, accented with spirals from the designer's spring 2014 collection.
Cate Blanchett's regal disposition increased exponentially thanks to her pale pink Grecian Givenchy dress. Topped with natural makeup, a touch of Chopard jewels, and a loose updo, the nominee maintained her awards season best dressed standing.
Crop tops dominated the runway during the Spring 2014 season, but leave it to the Scandal star to master the trend, pregnant no less. Her custom Prada number was classic and chic, with just enough sexiness for a mom to be.
After sweeping countless Best Dressed lists for the Golden Globes, Lupita Nyong'o took our breath away again, this time opting for a silk crepe turquoise column Gucci gown. Her favorite part? The floral aspect of the neckline.
Thanks to her olive complexion and dark hair, emerald is a winning choice for Sandra Bullock. Her Lanvin frock, complete with a bow and seksi slit, was a definite risk for Bullock, but it was well worth the gamble.