Golden Globes red carpet nominee look predictions

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By: Djenane Beaulieu

The Golden Globes Awards — the first big Hollywood bash of 2017— is only days away, and all of the nominees and presenters have been announced.

While many are wondering which superstar will win the golden trophies at the Golden Globes Awards, many also wonder what looks to expect on the red carpet before the event.

With more young designers establishing their names and celebrities shaking things up with their fashion statements, style writers predict or rather fantasize on what some of the nominees may wear or should wear on the night of the glamorous event.

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Whoopi Goldberg in 1986

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Oprah Winfrey in 1986

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Melanie Griffith in 1987

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Julia Roberts in 1990

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Kate Hudson in 2003

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InStyle magazine reports on what these nominees should wear based on their own style and look, and starting with Amy Adams — they suggest more of a fairytale look like a Carolina Herrara dress fresh off the pre-fall 2017 runway show.

It fits her bubbly personality with the sparkles and ruffles...she'll surely be the Cinderella of the night!

Natalie Portman usually rocks a classy and romantic gown.

As the face of Dior, the classy actress should continue to rep that status with wearing a look from Dior designer Maria Grazia Chiuri's first runway collection.

And last but not least, Jessica Chastain in Armani!

But not just any Armani gown, a one-shoulder Armani silky grey couture gown, a more serious look compared to those other brightly colored dresses she worn on previous red carpets.

While the anticipation is high, the suspense won't be for long. But with fashion, always expect the unexpected!

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