Michelle Dockery In Elie Saab – 2017 SAG Awards

Michelle Dockery attended the 2017 SAG Awards in LA on Sunday (January 29).

The English rose, who looked a far departure away from her ‘Downton Abbey’ character, Lady Mary Crawley, stunned in this multicoloured striped Elie Saab Spring 2017 gown.

Michelle favours a bold dress on the red carpet, and we’ve come to expect the unexpected from her. This didn’t disappoint one bit.

The neckline is demure, the colours are perfect, and the length makes her look statuesque. A red lip and smoky eye finished her look to perfection.

What did you think?

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Sophia Bush In Marchesa – 2017 SAG Awards

Sophia Bush attended 2017 SAG Awards in LA on Sunday (January 29).

The Chicago P.D. star wore a gown from the Marchesa Pre-Fall 2017 collection.

Wearing a shade of pink that has become a trend on tonight’s red carpet, the dress featured draped panels at the waist that created a dynamic silhouette.

Minimal jewelry and a simple updo rounded out the look.

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Danielle Brooks In Christian Siriano – 2017 SAG Awards

Actress Danielle Brooks looked modern and chic at the 2017 SAG Awards in LA on Sunday (January 29).

The ‘Orange is the New Black’ star wore a white, cap-sleeved Christian Siriano pantsuit with an elaborate train.

Pants are always considered a risk at an awards show, and this risk paid off big-time for the ever-creative Danielle. There is plenty of editorial intrigue to the look, and it’s modern-yet-appropriate for the night.

Danielle’s dual-colored eyeshadow is a fun addition to the all-white look, but I do have a complaint about her hair: While either the beehive updo or the hair accessory would be lovely alone, together they are giving me a Bride of Frankenstein vibe!

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Annalise Basso In Bibhu Mohapatra – 2017 SAG Awards

Annalise Basso attended the 2017 SAG Awards in LA on Sunday (January 29).

The 18-year-old actress glided onto the red carpet in this grownup, standout, floaty gown from the Bibhu Mohapatra Fall 2016 collection.

Featuring the crossover neckline, cinched in waist and dragonfly embroidery, we love this dress, although it needed to be a good few inches shorter. The dramatic sleeves unfortunately swamp Annalise a tad, and you can’t see the Charlotte Olympia shoes that complimented the look.

The swept back hair was perfect, as were the dark chandelier earrings.

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