While we can’t change the outcome of the Golden Globes, we can at least enjoy the ceremony and its glamorous red-carpet attire.

But what is the best way to dress like a prince for the annual event? Is it best to follow the trends set by Kate Middleton or should you go for your own style and make a fashion statement? Keep reading.

Invest In Good Quality Clothes

When it comes to the Golden Globes, comfort is king. You’ll be on your feet for most of the night and probably not in the mood for changing clothes several times during the event. So make sure to invest in high-quality outfits that aren’t too flashy or distracting. If money is no object to you, go for designer brands and stylish silhouettes. You’ll look and feel like a prince even if you don’t own a single piece of clothing by famous designers.


The simple answer to this question is: accessorize. You can never go wrong with a nice necklace, a stunning necklace actually. It will never go out of style and it will make you look like a princess. You shouldn’t wear a single piece of jewellery alone though. Accentuate your outfit with some matching earrings, necklace and bracelet sets.

If you really want to make a lasting impression at the Golden Globes, don’t forget to accessorize. In the world of fashion, gold is the equivalent of ‘good’ and it is associated with royalty and wealth. If you wear gold, it will make a lasting impression on everyone in the room, especially the celebrities.

Dress To Impress

There are some fashion rules when it comes to the Golden Globes. One of the most essential rules is to dress to impress. You’ll be on your feet for most of the night, so make sure to wear comfortable and stylish outfits. If money is no object to you, go for designer brands and chic silhouettes to make a lasting impression.

Choose Quality Over Quantity

When it comes to fashion, most of us are guilty of going for the cheap and cheerful option. It’s the year 2015, so spare no thought for the costs associated with this indulgence. Instead, look for quality over quantity. You’ll feel fantastic even if you don’t wear any designer brands, but you’ll look incredible if you do.

Choose The Slightest Touch Of Colors

Again, with the rule of dressing to impress. When it comes to the Golden Globes, keep the colors quite simple. It’s all about the white attire. You can add a hint of color with a burgundy necklace, but make sure not to overdo it. The fewer accessories you wear, the better. Keep the makeup very minimal too. If you want to accessorize, go for neutral-toned pieces, like gold, white and shades of brown instead of using too many different colors. Not only is it a bit distracting, but it’s also a fashion no-no.

Be Careful With Costumes

While we can’t change the fact that the Golden Globes are for entertainment purposes only, we can at least have fun with it. Which is why it’s essential to dress for the occasion. If you really want to go all out, some luxurious costumes can be hired for the event. But in the world of fashion, hiring a costume is considered an expensive luxury. You can always put on an amazing show without hiring a costume, but it won’t be you.

Choose Quality Over Quantity

Last but not least, we have the ‘quality over quantity’ rule when it comes to the Golden Globes. It’s not something new, but it’s always important to stick to it. When we think about fashion, most of us immediately think about how many clothes we have. We want to have a full closet so that we can feel good about ourselves whenever we wear something new. The key word here is ‘new’. If we’re not happy with what we have, it quickly becomes a matter of quantity rather than quality.

So, if you want to look amazing at the Golden Globes, make sure to invest in some high-quality outfits rather than going for the cheap option. It’s always tempting to buy the cheapest item available, but it’s important to understand the differences in quality. You’ll be looking wonderful even if you wear the most basic of outfits, but make sure to invest in some high-quality pieces that will make a lasting impression.