SAG Awards 2017 Fashion Recap

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What can we say, everyone simply looked stunning! From pants to floor length gowns the famous faces of Tinseltown walked the red carpet in their Sunday best. There were numerous trends that we absolutely died over. White couture anyone? Also, beaded detailing was a major hit among the SAG Awards 2017 fashion scene. What were your favorite looks during this year’s Screen Actors Guild Awards? Think on that and also if you missed it here is our SAG Awards 2017 Fashion Recap!

SAG Awards 2017 Fashion Recap

Nathalie Emmanuel

J Mendel Fall 2016

Janelle Monae

Chanel Pre-Fall 2017

Octavia Spencer

Custom Tadashi Shoji

Kerry Washington

Roberto Cavalli Swarovski Crystal Gown

Uzo Aduba

Custom Elizabeth Kennedy Spring 2017

Danielle Brooks

Custom Christian Siriano

Taraji P. Henson

Reem Acra Spring 2017

Dascha Polanco

Jean Paul Gaultier Jumpsuit

Ryan Michelle Bathe

Gemy Maalouf Fall 2016

Viola Davis

Vivienne Westwood

Naomie Harris

Lanvin Spring 2017 Jumpsuit

Thandie Newton

Schiaparelli Fall 2016

Yara Shahidi

Naeem Khan Spring 2016

Zuri Hall

Aloura London

Alrighty dolls, did you decide on your favorite look of the night? We know, we know it was behind tough! Nevertheless, it came down to a tie for us between Viola Davis, Kerry Washington and Taraji P. Henson. The white fashions from Davis and Washington were mesmerizing. Moreover, Kerry showcased the off the shoulder trend which is HUGE for 2017.

However, Taraji P. Henson showed up and dropped the mic. Her look was glamorous, sophisticated with heaps of whimsy! Like our princess days were filled with thoughts of gowns that closely resembled that of Henson’s. So then, eat your heart out Cinderella because this isn’t some stylish dream. Goodness someone pinch us! Congrats to all the SAG winners, nominees as well as attendees. All of you looked fantastic!

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