Amanda Seyfried looked glamorous, yet easygoing in this form-fitting navy dress by Zac Posen. I love the necklace choice, and no one rocks the Veronica Lake hairsdo quite like she.
Jessica Chastain wins my Most Improved award...she has struggled pretty mightily with getting her look right since she started the awards show circuit last year. This was her most successful look thus far, in my opinion, and I thought her red Alexander McQueen gown was a perfect reference for that other va-va-voom Jessica...Rabbit, of course.
I haven't yet found the designer, but Viola Davis looked glorious in this turquoise gown. I really think this is the color she should wear everywhere from now on. Can you imagine if she wore turquoise as often as Tina Fey wears black? It would be delightfully crazy.
Just when I've grown my hair out, Marion Cotillard comes along with the chicest bob to tempt me to chop off my locks all over again. She looked extremely elegant and modern in this Christian Dior dress, which photographed blue, but almost appeared more green on screen.
Gold is really Jennifer Garner's color, don't you think? She looked fresh and pretty in this simple Oscar de la Renta dress.
Nina Dobrev never seems to get any time or attention on E!, but when I see her gowns pop up in the style pics, I'm always impressed. Her Elie Saab dress pops, looks elegant, but sexy and modern.
Worst Dressed or Most Disappointing
This peach/orange/Nickelodeon gown by Kaufman Franco on Jane Krakowski just looked a little old, a little crazy and just generally not like something I want to see on my TV in high-def.
I don't hate the cut of Rose Byrne's Valentino gown, and with her hair, she looked like a real Old Hollywood star from the 30s. But the print just isn't great, and didn't film well on camera. I also think it could have used a boost from some jewels, like a jeweled belt, cuffs or hairpin.
What did you think? Did anything stand out as particularly great or bad to you, or — worse — did nothing stand out? Let me know in the comments!