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Golden Globes red carpet: Top trends from 2017

The 2017 Golden Globes red carpet was full of hot trends: From florals and shoulder pads, to suits and bright yellow gowns.
/ Source: TODAY

The red carpet at the 2017 Golden Globes was chock full of gorgeous gowns, sleek suits and down-to-there necklines. But which trends reigned supreme?

TODAY Style gathered eight of the hottest trends from the night, from florals to shoulder pads (yes, you read that right).

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Shoulder pads have returned ...

From left: Chrissy Metz, Sarah Paulson, Meryl StreepAP, Reuters

Who would've guessed that 2017 would mark the return of shoulder pads? But as huge stars like Meryl Streep, Sarah Paulson and newcomer Chrissy Metz prove, the glam '80s fashion can certainly feel modern.

.. but bare shoulders are still big.

From left: Michelle Williams, Thandie Newton, Jenna Bush Hager, Hailee Steinfeld, Goldie Hawn, Sarah Jessica ParkerReuters, Getty Images, AP

The off-the-shoulder look dominated 2016 — and doesn't seem to be going anywhere.

Suits and tuxes are sleek for women ...

From left: Octavia Spencer, Evan Rachel Wood, Kathryn HahnReuters, Getty Images

As Evan Rachel Wood so eloquently put it, "I wanted to make sure young girls and women know that it's not a requirement." Octavia Spencer and Kathryn Hahn also got into the menswear-inspired look ... and we're sure they felt comfortable wearing pants throughout the night.

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... but girly bows are also beautiful.

From left: Zoe Saldana, Michelle Williams, Felicity JonesReuters, Getty Images, AP

Whether around the waist, like Zoe Saldana and Felicity Jones, or tied around the neck, like Michelle Williams, bows look like they'll be big in 2017.

Sunny yellow lit up the red carpet ...

From left: Maisie Williams, Reese Witherspoon, Emily Ratajkowski, Viola Davis, Natalie PortmanGetty Images, AP, EPA

These not-so-mellow yellows made big statements on the red carpet, no matter their shape or silhouette.

... and sprouted flowers and florals galore.

From left: Connie Britton, Lola Kirke, Jessica Chastain, Olivia Culpo, Busy PhillipsAP, Getty Images

Everything's coming up roses (and daisies and blossoms) for these fresh-faced stars. Blooms of all sorts sprouted on gowns and dresses on the red carpet.

From left: Laura Dern, Jessica Biel, Giuliana Rancic, Lily Collins, Carrie UnderwoodAP, Reuters, Getty Images

Angelic and airy gowns floated through the night ...

From left: Millie Bobby Brown, Drew Barrymore, Nicole Kidman, Tracee Ellis Ross, Emma StoneReuters, AP, AFP-Getty Images

With tufts of tulle and sheer swaths of fabric, these angelic dresses looked as light as clouds.

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... while structural necklines made a statement.

From left: Regina King, Amy Adams, Riley Keough, Anna Kendrick, Felicity Jones, Angela BassettAP, AFP - Getty Images, Getty Im

These stars know that small details can make all the difference, and that's definitely true when it comes to necklines. Whether it's Regina King's asymmetrical strapless top or Felicity Jones' cartoon-like ruffles, these gowns were showstoppers.

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