2014 SAG Rundown

julie-bowen-32014 marks the 20th anniversary of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, where the union votes on one another’s performances.  While the hosts weren’t out favorite funny girls like the Golden Globes, it’s still a pretty fun show.  Let’s talk about the dresses!  One of our favorites happened to be widely disliked by critics, but we still adored the way Julie Bowen looked in her graphic Carolina Herrera gown (pictured, top left).  The orange and brown hues were reminiscent of the 1970s, but it looked spectacular when Bowen walked the carpet – like an optical illusion.  Definitely a fashion-forward choice.  Speaking of a Golden Globe host, Tina Fey donned a black column Oscar de la Renta gown with sheer mermaid panels.  An unusually sexy choice for the funny lady, and we liked!  Her outfit was made by her cute sidekick though – Lupita-Nyong’o-2breaking-bad-purseher daughter, Alice, who is basically her mini-me, was incredibly cute in a black floral dress with a white accordion skirt.  She stole the show though with her funny faces.  New Red Carpet darling Lupita Nyong’o looked stunning in vivid teal Gucci (pictured, above left).  The beautiful color looked gorgeous against her skin, and the pop of blue eye-shadow was very visually stimulating.  Lady Mary from TV’s Downton Abbey, better known as Michelle Dockery certainly looked sexy by showing off that porcelain skin of hers in a black and white J. Mendel dress.  Her bright red lipstick certainly made a cool contrast to the monochrome of the gown.  New Girl star Hannah Simone (pictured, bottom right) looked sophisticated in a very pale lavender gown by Marchesa (do they ever disappoint?)  But the night’s coolest accessory went to Anna Gunn who showed love for her career-making show, Breaking Bad (pictured, above right) by carrying a clutch with the show’s periodic element logo on it.  There must have been some luck to it – the cast michelle-dockery-10won for Best Ensemble in a drama.  Most of the other gowns were shades of blue or metallic – nothing too exciting or terrible to report on…  Next!