Award season is upon us, which is an exciting time for fashion lovers alike. And while we love to watch our favorite celebs grace the red carpet in their finest ensembles, at Brides, what truly catches our attention are the wedding-worthy looks that many stars choose to wear. It's these ensembles that oftentimes serve as a source of inspiration for couples planning their nuptials, and ultimately, act as a catalyst for glamourous and elegant celebrations.
It should come as no surprise, then, when we say how excited we are to highlight the top wedding-worthy designs spotted at the 80th Golden Globe Awards, which took place on Wednesday, January 11, 2023, in Beverly Hills, California. Keep scrolling below for the ultimate source of wedding fashion inspiration, which couples can take straight from the red carpet to the aisle.
Angela Bassett in Pamella Roland
Angela Bassett's silver halter ensemble is a look that's perfect for the party-loving bride. Featuring all-over sequins and a sleeveless design, this is a wonderful dress to emulate for a reception or after-party look.
Claire Danes in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture
This Giambattista Valli Haute Couture ensemble is a lovely look for a romantic bride. The front bow touches upon a bridal trend that has been popular for several seasons, but what we love the most is the column silhouette and fringe hemline (two details that make for a unique wedding day look).
Jay Ellis in Louis Vuitton
Grooms, take note! Velvet tuxedos aren't solely reserved for the red carpet, but are a great choice for white-tie and black-tie celebrations. Follow Jay Ellis's lead, and style your look with a crisp white tuxedo shirt and satin bow tie.
Chloe Flower in Stéphane Rolland
As we've previously reported, one of the top trends for 2023 is a high-low hemline, and we were excited to see this style showcased on the Golden Globes red carpet. For brides interested in this silhouette, be sure to draw inspiration from Chloe Flower's look, and incorporate gloves and a statement shoe into your day-of outfit.
Li Jun Li in Dolce and Gabbana
Li Jun Li looked utterly elegant on the red carpet, donning a strapless silver embellished gown by Dolce and Gabbana. This look is a perfect example of how to pull off a bold and dramatic, but pared-back, bridal ensemble.
Tyler James Williams in Amiri
We love when grooms infuse their personal style into their wedding day ensembles, and if you're looking for a way to show off your individuality, take a cue from Tyler James Williams's Golden Globes getup. The actor sported a navy blue suit paired with a lapel pin, which resulted in an ensemble that's at once modern and unique.
Zuri Hall's all-white, floor-length gown is one that every bride should know. Between the embellished neckline and sleek silhouette, we can't get over how perfectly bridal she looked. Minimalist brides take note, as this is a style we're sure you'll love for the big day.
Michelle Williams in Gucci
Ruffles and wedding dresses go hand in hand, which is why Michelle Williams's cream Gucci ensemble is one to remember when looking for a fashion-forward gown. It's a look that's absolutely worthy to be worn down any wedding aisle.
Diego Calva in Gucci
Diego Calva's Gucci suit offers much inspiration for modern and trendy grooms. Between the emerald green hue, the three-piece design, the large boutonniere, and the butterfly bow tie, you can't go wrong by incorporating a few, or all, of the design elements from this Golden Globes look.
Margot Robbie in Chanel
Margot Robbie's pink Chanel gown is a great ensemble for brides who'd like to embrace color in a modern way. The art-deco design is another element to consider—particularly for vintage-loving brides—when shopping for wedding day attire.