Amanda Bynes was picture perfect in a stunning teal blue Marchesa Resort 2008 embellished strapless gown.
A perfect red carpet moment for Amanda and she definitely managed to stand out between all the big names. This is the best I’ve seen Amanda look so far and I hope she stays on that course fashionwise in 2008.
P.S.: I cannot tell you how much I adore Amanda’s do. She looks like a gorgeous fairy tale princess. Pure perfection & my red carpet favorite yet.
Ashley Tisdale looks very grown up and sophisticated in this beautiful white floor-length gown. Maybe it’s the new nose which makes her look so different here, but I think I also like her hair here. She still needs to learn how to strike a good pose though.
For someone as petite as Eva Longoria floor-length gowns aren’t easy to pull off, but the Desperate Housewives star does it with grace as per usual.
At this year’s SAGs Eva was giving us some old Hollywood glamour wearing a sexy ice white Naeem Khan Spring 2008 gown which gave us a pretty good sight on her fully-exposed back.
But the real deal about Eva’s look are her dazzling Verdura earrings if you ask me. Dramatic!
Kate Beckinsale was a glowing beauty in this lemon yellow Luisa Beccaria strapless satin gown. She accesorized her shiny appearance with Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry.
Kate sure knows how to work the red carpet. I love the color of the dress and it’s a pleasant change to finally see some daring hues on the red carpet. Kate explains her color choice:
“It’s such a miserable day here I thought I’d bring a little sunshine.”
Marcia Cross turned heads by wearing a gorgeous teal strapless Monique Lhuillier Pre-Fall 2008 floor-length gown. The dazzling contrast between the color of the dress and Marcia’s shiny red hair is fierce.
Marcia complemented her draping frock with jewels from Lorraine Schwartz.
Marion Cotillard was another red carpet favorite of mine wearing an amazing corseted, pleated and gathered Nina Ricci Spring 2008 strapless gown with Chopard jewelry.
Also thumbs up for Marion wearing her hair up; this was the best decision she could make for this dress. This cloudy grey gown needs space to make a bold statement. The only downside of Marion’s getup was the color of the dress – it was a tad boring.
The age defying Michelle Pfeiffer chose to look absolutely fabulous by wearing a brownish monochrome Versace Pre-Fall 2008 cocktail dress. The dress is a bit of an understatement for such a big ceremony as the SAG Awards, but she makes it work for her.
Michelle finished off her look by pairing her dress with matching satin peep-toe Louboutins. Lovely!
Sophia Bush seems to have picked up on Michelle Pfeiffer because she also decided to go with a brown short strapless frock. While the color isn’t one I would’ve chosen for such an event, I do like the sheeny silhouette of Sophia’s ruched cocktail dress.