Golden Globes 2017: Does Priyanka Chopra's red carpet look get a yay or nay?

Priyanka Chopra's glittering look for the 74th Golden Globe Awards met with a mixed response from fashion pundits

FP Staff January 09, 2017 08:21:33 IST
Golden Globes 2017: Does Priyanka Chopra's red carpet look get a yay or nay?

She's rarely had a fashion misstep ever since she gained international stardom with Quantico, but Priyanka Chopra's red carpet look for the 74th Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California, had most style pundits divided.

Priyanka chose a gold Ralph Lauren gown with a deep neck and long sleeves, teaming it with Lorraine Schwartz jewels and a bold red lip colour. She wore her hair straight, sweeping over her shoulders. And if she glittered, well that was because the sequins on her dress apparently took over 1,600 hours to sew!

While Indian news outlets waxed eloquent over Priyanka's "dipped in gold" look, Western media was less flattering. In fact, Priyanka was included on E! Online's 'Worst Dressed at the Globes' list, with their style critic stating, "...her dress left much to be desired in its fit and styling of the sequins".

Priyanka presented an award along with Jeffrey Dean Morgan at the Globes. Take a look at these videos and red carpet photos from Priyanka's night at the Golden Globe ceremony. What do you think of Priyanka's look?

Golden Globes 2017 Does Priyanka Chopras red carpet look get a yay or nay

Priyanka Chopra arrives at the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on 8 January 2017, in Beverly Hills, California. AP Photo

Golden Globes 2017 Does Priyanka Chopras red carpet look get a yay or nay

Priyanka Chopra, left, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan pose in the press room at the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. AP Photo

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