This year’s Screen Actor’s Guild Awards was as envy-inducingly glamourous as ever. But save the envy because recreating your favourite red carpet looks is not as hard as you think
Keeping it classic, Amy Adams opted for a low cut black Brandon Maxwell gown. Get the look in this Sass and Bide dress.
Hues of pink dominated the red carpet, and Sophia Bush took the colour to the extreme in a fuchsia Marchesa gown with matching eyeshadow. This stunning Steph Audino imitates both the colour and detailing.
Also embracing the pink trend Kaley Cuoco took a softer approach with a super feminine fairy floss coloured Marchesa dress, much like this gold and blush coloured Eileen Kirby gown.
Julie Bowan showed us how to do sheer with class in a lacy white J. Mendel dress. This Sheike gown has similar lace cut outs while guaranteeing you’ll maintain your dignity at all times.
Vanessa Kirby worked a striped two-toned neutral Luisa Beccaria dress much like this Eileen Kirby number. Add a chic black belt to really emulate the look.
Proving the lingerie trend is still alive, Emma Stone wore an Alexander McQueen dress that combined a lingerie look with tasteful embroidery. If you want to ease yourself into the lingerie trend take this Grace & Hart gown for a spin.
Dazzling in bright green sequins, Nicole Kidman’s Gucci dress was one of the most controversial of the night, but to get all of Nicole’s glamour in a more understated way try this Zhivago dress – all of the sequins and none of the parrots!
Take inspiration from Jurnee Smollett-Bell’s timeless crimson Alberta Ferretti gown and try it for yourself with this Truce dress.
Kirsten Dunst showed us that less is more and looked radiant in a dreamy ruffled Chistian Dior gown. Get the look in this blush tinted two-piece by Fame & Partner.
Yara Shahidi rocked horizontal stripes in every colour of the rainbow and looked like she had more fun on the red carpet than anyone else in her playful Naeem Khan dress.