Celebrity Style

All The 2021 Golden Globes Looks You’ll Want To Copy Stat

From Laverne Cox to Dan Levy.

Lewis Mirrett

The 2021 Golden Globes red carpet delivered some major style moments, from Cynthia Erivo’s bright green ensemble to Margot Robbie’s black and white dress that got everyone talking. The reaction to Emma Corrin’s custom Miu Miu look was particularly noteworthy, with social media buzzing about how she was able to pull off such a bold sartorial choice. But that's just the beginning.

For this year’s Globes, many fashion insiders predicted a mix of high and low. On the one hand, everyone has been cooped up indoors for a year, so people are largely ready to get dressed up for literally any occasion. On the other hand, the awards took place virtually without the traditional red carpet trappings or huge crowds, so others are perfectly fine with keeping their fashion casual and relaxed.

Kinda-glam-but-kinda-chill pretty much sums up this year’s roster of Globes ensembles, as many celebs attempted to strike that balance between crafting memorable looks and staying low-key.

Spring was certainly on everyone’s mind, with eye-catching, vibrant hues — from coral to aquamarine — stealing the show. Pattern and texture were other elements that delivered some playful experimentation, whether it was Andra Day’s crochet dress or Elle Fanning’s silky mermaid-esque look.

While there was no shortage of striking shades, a few celebs opted for classic, can’t-go-wrong black and white, including Robbie and Josh O’Connor. Their looks were decidedly minimal and understated, once again proving that less really is sometimes more.

Ahead, check out all of the Golden Globes style moments that you’ll definitely want to copy, especially as the weather warms up and everyone can (hopefully!) start to go outside.

Dan Levy

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Dan Levy wore the mustard Valentino suit that his Schitt's Creek character David Rose would never touch.

Lana Condor

The To All The Boys star opted for a slightly sheer, bright blue dress by Monique Lhuillier. It featured colorful embellishments along the top, skirt, and sleeves.

Elle Fanning

Elle Fanning's dress is true mermaid goddess realness. From the silky train to the coordinating scarf, what's not to love about this Gucci gown?

Cynthia Erivo

The 34-year-old actress wore a striking architectural number by Valentino Couture. The green hue was brilliantly contrasted with sky-high silver stiletto platforms.

Nicola Coughlan

The Bridgerton star channeled her inner Belle in this voluminous yellow gown by Molly Goddard. She topped off the ensemble with a black cardigan and bright red eyeshadow.

Amanda Seyfried

Marcus Mam

The 35-year-old actress stepped out in a stunning coral creation by Oscar de la Renta. She described it as "very sunny and springy."

Rosamund Pike

Molly Goddard

The I Care A Lot star took home a Golden Globe for her role in the Netflix film, and she looked like a giant red pouf in her flouncy tulle dress. She completed the look with punky black lace-up boots.

Storm Reid

The young starlet wore a white frock with a colorful assortment of embellishments by Oscar de la Renta. She finished the look with strappy silver heels.

Laverne Cox

Laverne Cox channeled a superhero in a red gown with cape sleeves. This custom number was designed by Thai Nguyen.

Sarah Hyland

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The 30-year-old Modern Family star wore a fiery red, sweeping floor-length gown by Monique Lhuillier.

Julia Garner

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The Ozark star was a vision in a nude Valentino gown with a dramatic plunging neckline.

Andra Day

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The United States vs. Billie Holiday star won a Globe for her role as the iconic singer in the Hulu film. She wore a gray gown by Chanel that featured a halter top silhouette and crochet elements. She accessorized with a silver earring cuff and rings.

Kaley Cuoco

Brad Goreski

The Flight Attendant star stepped out in a strapless Cinderella-inspired gown by Oscar de la Renta. All that's missing from this fairy tale look? Glass slippers, of course.

Josh O’Connor

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The Crown star won a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Prince Charles. And he also won everyone's hearts with this quirky take on a traditional suit.

Sofia Carson

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Carson brought the drama with a voluminous neckline that's perfect for video calls. Her one-shoulder gown boasted an oversize bow on the sleeve that cascaded down the back of her dress.

Zuri Hall

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Hall took the mic at the Golden Globes wearing a red crop top and skirt set by Zara Umrigar that had fans dreaming of warmer temperatures.