Governors Awards 2013 Red Carpet Roundup

Governors Awards 2013 Red Carpet Roundup

Joining Lupita Nyong’o and Angelina Jolie on the red carpet, these stars also brought their own brand of glamour to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Governors Awards, held at the Grand Ballroom of the Hollywood and Highland Center in LA on Saturday evening.

Jennifer Garner: The actress chose a black, multi-strap Dolce & Gabbana frock, which she styled with Neil Lane jewels, a Salvatore Ferragamo clutch, and black Christian Louboutin peep-toe pumps. Natural makeup and swept-back hair complemented her more casual approach to cocktail dressing.

Octavia Spencer: In true Octavia fashion, the star wore her beloved Tadashi Shoji, selecting a red satin dress detailed with black lace at the shoulders and neckline and a sweet black bow belt at the waist. She accessorized with a medley of simple black accessories — a wrap, Rauwolf clutch, and heels, to be exact — and partnered the look with soft waves.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus: The ‘Veep’ star stepped out in a sleeveless, floor-length David Meister gown with a subtle front slit and metallic-covered keyhole. Sleek black Casadei sandals, a black Roger Vivier clutch, and shiny, straight locks completed the look.

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9 thoughts on “Governors Awards 2013 Red Carpet Roundup

  1. Nat39

    Octavia is my fave, lovely h2t and nice to see some colour. Sleek, simple and elegant Julia – 2nd. I like a classy front slit subtly adding some sex appeal and how the metallic detail adds some interest and keeps it from being a plain black gown. Don’t care for that black frock on Jennifer or her uninspiring styling – boring.

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  2. Anj

    Octavia is also my favorite here. I love the color and silhouette. I almost thought her scarf was black panels on her dress which I thought would’ve looked nice as well.

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  3. the ogre

    Julia is my favourite here. Subtly bold and stylishly sleek. Love that she added sandals and not another pair of plain black pumps. I love her hair over here.

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