Tonight, the 2016 red carpet was full of stunning gowns on fabulous actresses ready to find out if they won one of those coveted actor awards. Most of the celebrities looked absolutely beautiful.

Unfortunately, there were a few bad looks as well. So let’s cover my best dressed, worst dressed, a few honorable mentions and who got the SAG awards!

Best Dressed

Rachel McAdams in Elie Saab - Photo Jordan Strauss - Invision - AP

Elie Saab always creates jaw dropping gowns, and this sheer black number looked phenomenal on Rachel McAdams. The top was actually a faux crop top, and it added great dimension.

Eva Longoria in Julien Macdonald - Photo Jordan Strauss - Invision - AP

Eva Longoria‘s fashion game was on point tonight in a sparkling military green Julien Macdonald gown from the Spring 2016 RTW collection with a low back, plunging neckline and lots of texture with green studded embellishments and lace sleeves. It just all worked.

Viola Davis in Zac Posen - Getty

Viola Davis chose a gorgeous off-the-shoulder purple Zac Posen gown, and both the cut and the hue just looked phenomenal on her. I loved everything about this dress on her, and she looks absolutely beautiful. She also won a SAG award for Outstanding performance by a female actor in a drama series for her work in How to Get Away with Murder. Congrats!

Kate Winslet in custom Giorgio Armani - Getty

As always, Kate Winslet looked sophisticated and stunning in this emerald custom Giorgio Armani gown. So sleek, and the layered neckline and capped sleeve really accentuated her lovely silhouette. And did you see how excited she was when Leonardo DiCaprio finally won his SAG award? She seemed so genuinely thrilled. That’s the kind of friend you want on your side. So sweet!

Christina Ricci in Christopher Kane - Photo Jeff Vespa - Wire Image

Wow. Christina Ricci looks amazing. She looks fit, she has a glow about her, and the blonde hair looks perfect on her! Get it, girl. Ricci showed off her great figure in this lace top and pleat bottom gown by Christopher Kane. I LOVE her in this dress.

Lily Rabe in Lela Rose - Getty

Lily Rabe wore this gorgeous Lela Rose yellow painted floral over soft purple gown. Oh my goodness. This is the first time I’m seeing this gown, and I want it. The color and design is a work of art, and the structured plunging neckline balances the softness of the floral design. So pretty.

Uzo Aduba in Zac Posen - Photo Jason Merritt - Getty

Uzo Aduba just looked stunning. Stunning. She wore this gorgeous emerald green Zac Posen gown with a perfect lose updo. And she won a SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series. Congrats, gorgeous!

Anna Faris in Naeem Khan - Photo Jordan Strauss - Invision - AP

Anna Faris’ color has to be red. The color did her so much justice in this Naeem Khan. Love her in this gown!

Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton - Photo Jordan Strauss - Invision - AP

Alicia Vikander just killed it in this Mondrian-esque sequined color block long-sleeve gown by Louis Vuitton. The gown itself is incredible, and she owns it.

Emilia Clarke in Dior - Photo Jordan Strauss - Invision - AP

Emilia Clarke wore this pink plunging neckline Dior gown. You pair pink with a plunging neckline and put it on a ballgown, and I am so game. Gorgeous! Not only did she look amazing, but she also won a SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role for her work in The Danish Girl.

Queen Latifah in Michael Costello - Photo Jordan Strauss - Invision - AP

Queen Latifah looked smoking hot in this black shimmering Michael Costello. Definitely one of the best dressed on the red carpet. Her styling is perfect, and the geometric designs on the gown make her figure look fantastic. Not only is she on the best dressed list, but she also won a SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries for her work in Bessie.

Tina Fey in Prabal Gurung - Photo Joanne Strauss - Invision - AP

Tina Fey rocked the red carpet in this red Prabal Gurung. The color was a great choice for her skin tone, and her figure looked great in that dress.

Laverne Cox in Prabal Gurung - Photo Jason Merritt - Getty

Laverne Cox from Orange is the New Black stunned in this grecian draped burgundy Prabal Garung gown with Lorraine Schwartz jewels and Stuart Weitzman heels. Her makeup and hair were perfect, and I love her box clutch.

Brie Larson in Versace - Photo Jordan Strauss - Invision - AP

Brie Larson wore this powder blue Versace dress, and I love the asymmetrical twist at the neckline creating the cutout look, and the hardware at the side. Sexy! Larson also won a SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for her work in Room.

Zuri Hall in Hailey Page - Photo Jeff Vespa - Wire Image

I loved E! News correspondent Zuri Hall in this beautiful beaded gown by Hayley Paige.  The pattern played perfectly on her silhouette and it was extremely flattering.

Kiernan Shipka in Erdem - AP

Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka looked fantastic in this floral design by Erdem with jewelry by Dana Rebecca Designs. I’m a fan of the stitch trimmed bust and waist, and it flatters her silhouette well. Her styling looks simple and fresh, perfect for the floral gown.\n

Honorable Mentions

Sarah Silverman in Vivienne Westwood - Photo Jeff Vespa - Wire Image

Sarah Silverman was a bombshell from the waist down in this gray mermaid Vivienne Westwood gown. This isn’t a great shot compared to the footage I watched, but I absolutely love the gown on her – it shows off her great body, but her styling was off for the gown. Her hair was pulled back but down, which is the way I often wear mine to work, and she had a very played down, almost neutral makeup palette. With such a va-va-voom dress, she should just go for it with a vintage style updo and a red lip.

Sarah Hyland in J Mendel - Photo Frazer Harrison - GettySarah Hyland wore this navy blue J. Mendel gown, and it’s a nice gown. It looks good on her, but it just didn’t wow me. So she’s in the middle of the pack with an honorable mention.

Claire Danes in Stella McCartney - Photo Jordan Strauss - Invision - AP

Claire Danes wore this two-tone blue Stella McCartney gown, and it just kind of fell flat for me. Not bad, but not great either.

Oh, Girl: Worst Dress

There were just a few unfortunate fashion missteps tonight. These ladies should rethink their stylists’ choices…or their own choices!

Kristen Wiig in Roland Mouret - Photo Joanne Strauss - Invision - AP

Kristen Wiig in Roland Mouret. Great look, but not for the red carpet.

Saoirse Ronan in Michael Kors - Photo Jason Merritt - Getty

Saoirse Ronan in Michael Kors. This isn’t the best photo, but it still didn’t look very flattering.

Marisa Tomei in Zuhair Murad - Photo Jordan Strauss - Invision - AP

Marisa Tomei in Zuhair Murad. I love Zuhair Murad. But not on Marisa Tomei when it looks like she just rolled out of bed.

Sarah Paulson in Armani Prive - Photo Jason Merritt - Getty

Sarah Paulson in Armani Prive. Eek. Just. Oh, geez.


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