We have multiple red carpet events that air on television networks every year. People around the world tune in to hear all the nominations and winners of these awards, but the real reason many people tune in is for the fashion. You can find celebrities outfits online from just about every year that has passed and to this day, many outfits are still very iconic to our society and are still being plastered all over social media. While there are many “what not to wear” type of pieces, they are iconic nonetheless.
So, what do we do about the ensembles that we just swoon over? Do we stare at them over and over and wish we could be the celebrity that wears it? What if there was a way we could get those red carpet looks in our everyday lives? Sorry ladies, you can’t magically turn into Emma Watson or Natalie Portman, but you can take some inspiration from their red carpet looks and reciprocate those into casual styles that will have you feeling like a Hollywood starlet in no time.
We recently saw the Golden Globes, and with this came all the celebrities bringing their fashion A-game. We saw a few trends that just so happen to be super easy to take inspiration from, such as the V-neck, plunging neck lines, and the more modest high neckline. For a night out, take charge and piece together a plunging neck line with the ever-so-popular body suit, pair with some jeans or a skirt, and you’re ready to show up at your own event! For the more modest lady, try just a simple v-neck. The cut of the shirt or bodysuit still has the same effect of bringing the eyes upward and elongating the neck, but without baring as much chest. Either option is perfect for dressing up or dressing down. A higher neckline is capable of being just as dressy and still just as flattering as it draws the attention up towards the face. With this option, you can pair it with your favorite jeans or skirt and voila, you are ready to rock your own red carpet by turning the sidewalk or aisle 4 of the grocery store into your own personal runway!
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By: Lauren Booher
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