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Red is the ultimate colour for the screen siren and who better to sport it than Angelina Jolie? DO follow her lead and match your accessories for dramatic twist. Her dress is by Atelier Versace - cue, swoon!
Jessica Alba looked stunning in a lavender embellished Gucci gown. DO make your ensemble extra chic by adding some (Bulgari) jewels and a glowing tan!
DO shine like the star you really are, like star of the night, Meryl streep!
DON'T get swallowed by your dress. Although we love the colour on Reese Witherspoon, we DO think her frame is a bit too small for this red strapless Zac Posen number.
DO dress to your body-type. Kate Winslet really knows how to dress her curves, and we loved seeing her in this elegant Jenny Packham gown!
DO channel old Hollywood GLAMOUR. Natalie Portman's dress reminded us of Marylin Monroe's in her rendition of 'Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend.'
We DON'T expect anything less than sheer sex appeal on the red carpet from Mila Kunis. Granted that this dress is elegant and pitch-perfect for the Golden Globes, she still looks sassy. How does she do it?
It was nice to see velvet making an appearance on the red carpet. DO opt for a modern twist on the fabric aÃ‚Â´ la Michelle Williams whose pretty, patterned gown was designed by Jason Wu.
We DO rate Viola Davis' racy Emilio Pucci dress that she pulled off with aplomb thanks to her chic hairdo and sweet smile!
Lea Michele rocked this metallic Marchesa gown! If you've got the figure, DO opt for a body-hugging silhouette gown and watch the boys melt!
If you're going to wear a statement fabric, DON'T do it half-heartedly. Jessica Biel looked almost bridal in this vintage-style lace gown.
DO get your glitz on! Mary J Blige's shimmery Michael Kors gown and GLAM accessories really stood out on the red carpet.
We absolutely loved Heidi Klum's Calvin Klein dress that she teamed with statement turquoise jewellery. The verdict? DO opt for a style outside your comfort zone once in a while to add flavour to your wardrobe - this is not a typical Heidi look but we love it.
DON'T be afraid to channel Big Bird from Sesame Street - well, with bright yellow rather than feathers! Paula Patton certainly stood out in this fabulous frock.
Emma Stone looked timelessly elegant in Lanvin on the Golden Globes red carpet. We DO think that the star was playing it safe a little, but what's not to love about this look?
Monochrome boring? We DON'T think so! Claire Danes looked divine as she made her way onto the red carpet in this column-length black and white J. Mendel dress, complete with beaded lace-capped sleeves.