2017 Golden Globe Awards: Presenters Red Carpet Wish List Part 4

carrie-underwood-2017-golden-globe-awards-red-carpet-wish-list-1The time has come my last round of wishes for the 2017 Golden Globe Awards presenters. There are going to be so many gorgeous women on the red carpet and I really can’t wait to see what they are going to bring. Probably the biggest head-scratcher of all the announced presenters is Carrie Underwood. While Carrie has dipped her toes into acting, and a Globe nomination back in 2011 for Best Original Song, I really don’t know why she was selected as a presenter. Nevertheless she has been so it is time to pick a gown for her to wear on the red carpet. Picking a gown to wear for a film awards show differs from a music awards show. Carrie is far from the biggest star on this red carpet and she is not an actress. For Sunday’s Globes red carpet I went with this black Angel Sanchez Spring 2017 RTW ballgown which features an asymmetrical embellished neckline. This gown is a chic, yet subtle statement. It won’t make any of the top 10 lists, but it also wouldn’t be a worst dressed look. A sleek updo, red lip, diamond drop earrings, a black clutch, and a pair of black pumps would add the perfect finishing touches to this look.kristen-wiig-2017-golden-globe-awards-red-carpet-wish-list-1Kristen Wiig took a lot of fashion risks in 2016 and some of them paid off and some did not. A lot of her looks last year came thanks to Marc Jacobs, who is known for his boundary pushing designs, and I would love to see her don another of his creations on the Golden Globes red carpet Sunday. I went to the Marc Jacobs Spring 2017 RTW collection to see what I would modify for Kristen to wear for the Globes red carpet since the collection features all short dresses. I ultimately settled on this pink, coral, gold, and aqua sequined dress which features bell sleeves, a keyhole bodice, peter pan collar, and embroidered waistband on the runway, but my my custom gown is a little different. Basically I am just taking the sequined fabric and the embroidered waist turning this gown into a chic strapless column gown with that beautiful embroidered waist. On some the bell sleeves would be great, and you may just see this dress again come my Grammy Awards wishes. Since this gown would be a gorgeous sparkling visual feast I would keep the styling very simple. Sleek hair pinned behind her ears, a bold pink lip, a light smokey eye, a silver satin clutch, diamond cluster earrings, and a pair of simple silver sandals to really make this a risk that pays of for Kristen on the Golden Globe Awards red carpet. naomi-campbell-2017-golden-globe-awards-red-carpet-wish-list-1Last but not least is Naomi Campbell who was announced late last night as a presenter and I got very excited. In her stint on Empire we have really seen Naomi give great fashion and face as well as a great performance, and I fullheartedly welcome her on this red carpet. I cannot wait to see what Naomi will wear. In 2016 I was really taken with Naomi’s style, she really upped her game. I am praying that we continue to see this very glam side of Naomi on the Globes red carpet on Sunday. I think that if she wears this amazing white Givenchy Fall 2016 Couture column gown with a giant bow on the back would keep Naomi on the that track. While I see this as a very Jackie Kennedy-esque gown (and if Natalie Portman wasn’t preggers I would probably have picked it for her) I think that Naomi has the elegance to really make this a jaw dropping moment on the Globes red carpet. Finishing this looks with a tight, sleek high ponytail paired with a red lip, diamond cluster earrings, and a pair of silver pumps would for sure keep Naomi on the top, who knows maybe earn her a spot on my 10 favorite looks from the red carpet.

I will be live-tweeting the red carpet and ceremony of the 2017 Golden Globe Awards starting at 6PM EST. Grab a glass of champagne and follow me on Twitter to find out what all the stars are wearing on the red carpet.

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