Hollywood’s award season is in full swing

It’s no secret that Hollywood’s award season is in full swing. From the People’s Choice and Golden Globe awards to the upcoming Academy Awards (Feb. 24th), celebrities are walking the red carpet looking more stylish than ever before.

This year, dresses with plunging necklines, lots of lace and daring slits seem to be popular. At Pro Extensions, we decided to share our opinion on some of the best (and worst) dressed celebrities so far this awards season.

Best Dressed

Taylor Swift at the People’s Choice Awards on Jan. 9. Swift looked stunning in a white dress from the Ralph Lauren Collection. Featuring a plunging neckline, Swift’s minimal jewelry really accentuated the dresses’ tasteful cut and form-fitting design.

Rumer Willis at the People’s Choice Awards on Jan. 9. Willis, daughter of legendary actor Bruce Willis, looked elegant in an Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet dress. The diagonal sequined design complimented the star’s thin frame, making her look exceptionally long and lean.

Eva Longoria at the Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 13. Longoria looked amazing in a black dress by Emilio Pucci. With a daring keyhole cutout at the top, lacey sleeves and a thigh-high slit, Longoria’s dress encompassed all three of the most popular styles of the evening.

Jennifer Lopez at the Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 13. Lopez showed off her toned figure in Zuhair Murad dress with a white lace overlay. The sheer design left little to the imagination, but the singer/actress pulled off the look flawlessly and her side-swept hair added a touch of old-Hollywood glam.

Worst Dressed

Katy Perry at the People’s Choice Awards on Jan. 9. Perry, known for her over-the-top outfits, seemed very demure and almost old-ladyish in her Valentino dress. The floral print, simple hair and muted makeup did not do justice to this pop star.

Lucy Liu at the Golden Globes on Jan. 13. Liu’s Carolina Herrera Rose Painting Jacquard strapless gown was just too overpowering for her tiny figure. And the floral print seemed better suited for a springtime prom than a sophisticated winter event like the Golden Globes.

Helena Bonham at the Golden Globes on Jan. 13. Bonham’s black lace dress by Dolce and Gabbana reminded us more of something Winona Ryder’s character Lydia Deetz would have worn in Beetlejuice. Enough said.

Lena Dunham at the Golden Globes on Jan. 13. Not only did Dunham seem to have difficulty walking because of her black, Christian Louboutin pumps, but her ill-fitting Zac Posen gown just seemed frumpy. Supposedly it was a burgundy-color, but on camera it appeared to be nothing more than a mess of brown taffeta.

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