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Golden Globes red carpet 2016: Top trends from the night

From plunging necklines to unexpected colors, the stars did not hold back with their fashion choices at this year's Golden Globe Awards.
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With glitz, glamour and dangerously low-plunging necklines, the stars did not hold back with their fashion choices at this year's Golden Globe Awards.

See the hottest trends from the awards season kickoff and don't forget to vote for your favorite look! (And for more expert style analysis from Brad Goreski and his team, tune in to E!'s "Fashion Police" on Monday at 8/7c.)


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(Jennifer Lopez, Regina King, Emilia Clarke, Taraji P. Henson, Jada Pinkett Smith)

These fabulous women aren't afraid to show off their superhero side! The addition of a cape makes for an extra-dramatic red carpet appearance.


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(Amy Schumer, Gina Rodriguez, Jenna Dewan Tatum)

A big ballgown skirt is decidedly girlish, so we especially love how pockets add a quirky, tomboy feel to an otherwise classic silhouette.

All-white everything

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(Laverne Cox, Alicia Vikander, Jane Fonda, Taraji P. Henson, Eva Longoria)

The color white isn't just for brides. In fact, as these stars prove, it can really make a bold statement! We love how each of these woman rocks an entirely different look even though it's the same color.

Plunging necklines

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(Kirsten Dunst, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Zendaya, Joanne Froggatt, Olivia Wilde, Jaimie Alexander)

Not for the shy at heart, this daring look was a favorite at the Golden Globe Awards. Seen in emerald green, velvet-y black and shimmery blue, each of these stars put their own spin on the formal neckline.

Midnight sky

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(Viola Davis, Melissa McCarthy, Bryce Dallas Howard, Kate Winslet, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Julianne Moore)

Like sparkling stars in a clear night sky, these celebrities shined on the red carpet. This unique color — that's not quite navy, not yet royal blue — complemented each star in its own way.


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(Natalie Morales, Brie Larson, Jennifer Lawrence)

Subtly sexy and surprisingly conservative, these dresses proved that a tiny peek at strategically placed skin can add a wow factor.


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(Uzo Aduba, Kate Bosworth, Portia Doubleday, Regina King, Julianne Moore)

If you can't sparkle on the red carpet, where can you? These stars quite literally shined with light-reflecting gowns in a variety of colors and shapes.

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