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Regal Jewel-Toned Gowns

The 2012 Golden Globes Red Carpet was Packed with Jewel-Toned Style

— January 16, 2012 — Pop Culture
The 2012 Golden Globes Red Carpet was filled with stars of film and television and one color palette definitely ruled the day: regal jewel tones could be seen on everyone.

Zooey Deschanel, nominated for The New Girl, stunned in a black custom Prada dress with sparkling emerald green beaded detail at the top, while Modern Family’s Sofia Vergara rocked a sapphire Vera Wang gown. Even third-time host Ricky Gervais was caught up in the theme of jewel tones as he shines in a ruby red suit. Maria Menounos’ eye-popping frock is a perfect shade of citrine, while Nicole Richie’s diamond Julien Macdonald dress shined bright as well. Johnny Depp and Melissa McCarthy join Zooey in wearing emerald green, as Johnny wears a sharp green suit and Melissa wears a Badgley Mischka dress. Several other ladies on the 2012 Golden Globe red carpet cover the amethyst-quartz purple end of the spectrum.

Additional sources:
That Girl from Mars | The Envelope