At every awards season red carpet, there's bound to be at least one trend — and there are usually more — that asserts itself. Feathers were quite the 2019 SAG Awards fashion trend. Several celebs rocked gorgeous gowns that were adorned with fabulous and fluffy feathers in some capacity. While sheer dresses dominated the 2019 Golden Globes earlier this moth, the SAGs were all about the feathers. From Michelle Yeoh to Ryan Michelle Bathe, there were feathered dresses aplenty. Even Lady Gaga's dress had a feathered touch. If you blinked, you might have missed it — really.
Feathers are absolutely awesome when they are incorporated into couture. They not only add texture — they also add an air of whimsy to a dress. Such was the case with the ethereal, feathered gowns we witnessed at this year's SAG Awards.
Many of the feathered frocks were in neutral hues. That's because feathers are such a fabulous and strong sartorial statement that you don't want the other elements of the ensemble to compete with 'em.
Below are all of the feathered dresses that celebs and stars wore while strutting their stuff down the red carpet. Actually, there was a silver carpet at the SAGs. So, below are all of the feathered dresses that celebs and stars wore while strutting their stuff down the silver carpet.
Lady Gaga's white, Dior Couture dress was a bit deconstructed. It was feathery around the bodice and shoulders. It wasn't full on feathered like some of her fellow actors at the SAGS, no. But it was subtle and sexy. Leave it to Gaga to do a feathery dress in a totally different, unexpected, and entirely Gaga way. You can't help but love the overall wispiness of this top of this dress. It was the right contrast to that mega, leg-baring slit.
Crazy Rich Asians star Michelle Yeoh stepped out onto the silver carpet in a sparkly, silver Elie Saab gown that was fit for a queen (like herself)! While the sparkles on the top half of her gown were definitely eye-catching, it was the feathers at the skirt that really made this a standout look. It was another excellent and flawlessly executed exercise in contrasts. Yeoh also carried a Roger Vivier clutch.
Danai Gurira, we bow down. This Ralph & Russo dress was arguably the most fabulously feathery gown of the evening and it's likely going to make everyone consider rocking the trend the next chance they get. The straight bottom of the dress was balanced by the voluminous feathers that defined the top. With all of these fab feathers at the SAGs, one can't help but hope that the trend will continue at the Academy Awards. Feathers truly are that good in 2019.