Golden Globes 2015: Wedding Inspo from the Red Carpet

Another Golden Globes has come and gone, but we're still absolutely gaga over some of the fashions we saw last night! From menswear-gone-femme looks on Lorde and Emma Stone to gorgeous uses of white on Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jemima Kirke, there was so much wedding-day inspo on that red carpet that was aisle-worthy. We've rounded up seven of our favorite looks, from tuxes to gowns, for you to check out. Who knows? Maybe you'll end up in a Golden-Globes inspired look for your own big day!


Jared Leto made a bold statement in Lanvin with his choice of a winter white tux at the iconic awards show, but accenting it with deep black and bright red made it a standout of the night.


Talking about winter whites, Julia Louis-Dreyfus wowed as she walked the red carpet. The nominated star of “Veep” rocked a slinky one-shoulder confection by Narciso Rodriguez, reminiscent of the bias-cut the designer created for Carolyn Bessette Kennedy in 1996.


Also in Narciso Rodriguez, singer-songwriter Lorde went in the opposite direction, choosing soft black suit with strategic cutouts for a strong menswear-inspired look.


Emma Stone‘s blinged-out Lanvin jumpsuit is effortlessly sleek and chic. We especially love the giant sash accessory tied around her waist — a makeshift train, perhaps?


“Gone Girl” star Rosamund Pike also opted for cutouts in a gorgeous white Vera Wang gown. We love how this dress could go from day to night for an outdoor wedding!


Jemima Kirke, also known as freewheeling Jessa on HBO hit dramedy “Girls,” stunned in vivid separates from Rosie Assoulin. We at Love Inc. absolutely love the trend of separates, especially on the red carpet but particularly in bridal!


Rounding out our top picks is actor David Oyelowo. The star of Selma, actor-to-watch of 2015 and biggest risk taker with the most payoff sported a navy blue — and sparkly! — tux to the Globes, complementing his wife's gold and navy gown and creating buzz with every step he took.


Meghan is a recent graduate of SUNY Geneseo with a degree in Personal and Professional Communication. You can find her at the nearest Chipotle tweeting about Drake, her sorority little and Project Runway.


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