Jumping on the open-back halter bandwagon (hey, we’d get on, too), picks a gray Gucci Première design with a gunmetal-hued bodice embellished with beads, sequins and floral accoutrements at the neckline.
We weren’t totally won over when we saw this ensemble from the front, but as soon as turned around to show off the completely open back of her short-sleeved Dior dress and surprise skinnies, we bowed down to her style.
How do you get yourself trending on Twitter? Wear a gown like this. The nominee has everyone buzzing thanks to a two-tone red halter with a dramatic train and a plunging neckline her American Hustle character would surely approve of. (That braided updo and crystal pendant only add to the buzzworthiness of the look.)
She may be at the Globes to present, but looks like she could pass for an award statue herself in a shimmery allover-beaded Tom Ford halter with subtle sheer cutouts on the bodice. And check out how the gold chainlink on the neckline of the dress – that turns into a crisscross in the back! – coordinates with her snakeskin clutch.
She must be exhausted. Because this Emilio Pucci gown with its gold-and-platinum beaded and crystal-embroidered sleeves, sides and back looks like it weighs a ton. (Though at least the cutouts at the neckline and rear relieve her of some weight.)
The Globe winner said she “feels 30” and after seeing her in this skin-baring metallic Reem Acra halter that dips so low in the back that it almost meets with the high center slit, we can’t really argue with her.
She may not have won a Globe for her role in Breaking Bad, but Anna has no trouble stealing the spotlight in this pink-champagne Donna Karan Atelier gown, which features an architectural strapless neckline in the front and a deconstructed bow and major train in the back.