Kudos to the actress for taking a chance on a lace, pink, polka-dot dress with high neckline.
Cobalt blue for the win!
Pink and sequins always go together, as proven by the Ladybird actress.
The transition from the waist up to the shoulder down to the covered arm was thought-out design at its best.
The large 3-D floral applique on the actress' Armani Privè gown was the perfect accent.
The Gucci dress was unconventional for the red carpet but definitely a memorable moment.
The metallic leaves falling down skirt were beautiful to say the least.
The Big Little Lies star and producer took a chance in this off-the-shoulder, emerald-green gown, and it paid off!
A turquoise dress is always a breath for fresh air on a red carpet, and we're loving how the model matched her Ethan K clutch to her Greta Constantine dress.
The actress is ready for a fashion battle, in which she has already won! Her Yanina Couture dress, paired with HSTERN jewelry, a Tyler Ellis clutch and Stuart Weitzman shoes, were perfection.
Va-va-voom! Thank you, Lupita, for bring drama to the red carpet with this metallic Ralph & Russo creation, topped with a gorgeous, feathery overlay.
Evidence that an LBD (long black dress) is fitting for every occasion...even when you're nominated for a SAG Award!
We love it when celebs take a chance on sequins. While the dress silhouette was simple, the shiny texture made it a standout.
The exaggerated sleeves on the comedian's floral Zac Posen dress made the look.
The feathers were so fun!
The actress looked like a modern-day princess in a strapless, peachy-nude gown.
Yara killed it (again!). This time in a black, strapless Ralph Lauren jumpsuit with a trailing train behind her.
The actress looked impeccable in a glittering, sequined midi-dress.
There are a lot of gold and silver sequined dresses at award shows, but pink? Thank you, Connie Britton. Thank you!
This mustard yellow Paule Ka creation, paired with Fred Leighton jewelry and Sophia Webster shoes, photographed beautifully.
The host of the night has the whole princess look down! The embellished, strapless fuchsia gown will most likely be the first of many to come.
A little business, a little bridal, a lot of sophistication, The Handmaid's Tale actress' Ester Abner dress was a welcomed risk.
The Leftovers actress proved you can wear flesh-tone colors on the red carpet and still stand out.
The Glow actress took a chance with a striped dress featuring an oversize bow on top—and we loved every element of this look!