Continuing the Red Carpet Trends of 2011

After my recent post outlining the red carpet trends for this season, I was excited to see how many of them showed up again at the BAFTAs and Grammys this weekend. Many stars glimmered as they sashayed down the carpet for the big events and many trends were seen again.

Recurring trends were shimmering nude dresses, bright oranges and reds, deep midnight blues and a the ever classic Long black dress.

Shimmering Nude

Emma Watson :: Selena Gomez :: Kimberley Walsh

Emma Watson looks stunning as always in a beautiful Valentino gown at the BAFTAs. Selena Gomez looked sexy and slinky at the Grammys in a J. Mendel floor length dress and Girls Aloud’s Kimberley Walsh looked lovely in Ashley Isham.

Saffron Sunset

Amy Adams :: Emma Stone :: Bonnie Wright :: Sarah Harding

The BAFTAs were awash with oranges and vibrant reds this year, Amy Adams wore a gorgeous glistening Elie Saab gown. My favourite style icon, Emma Stone, who can do no wrong in my eyes at the moment, wore a stunning asymmetrical Lanvin dress with bronze accessories. Harry Potter star Bonnie Wright wore a beautiful Clements Ribeiro frock and Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding showed off her great leg(s) in a Georges Chakra number.

Midnight Blue

Selma Blair :: Julianne Moore :: Talulah Riley

A pregnant Selma Blair looked fantastic at the Grammys in a flowing Lanvin gown. While Julianne Moore looked amazing in a Tom Ford (who was her date for the evening) frock with a big blue bow at the BAFTAs. Talulah Riley took to the BAFTAs red carpet in an Escada prom-style dress.

LBD (Long Black Dress)

Felicity Jones :: Eva Green :: Gemma Arterton

Three of my absolute favourite British actresses looked stunning in long black dresses at the BAFTAs this year. Felicity Jones rocked the mid-calf dress in all black Chanel. Eva Green looked hauntingly beautiful in a Tom Ford creation and Gemma Arterton added a pop of colour to her YSL column gown with a bright blue bow and a scarlet lip.

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