High Fives: The Best Dressed at the SAG Awards

Stars tend to save their knockout frocks for the Oscars, but we were pleasantly surprised to find that this year's SAG Awards ceremony was a seriously stylish affair.

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Stars tend to save their knockout frocks for the Oscars, but we were surprised to find that this year's SAG Awards was a seriously stylish affair. Among the evening's slew of white dresses was Natalie Portman's simple but stunning white column gown by Azzaro (a nice departure from her less-than-stellar Victor & Rolf dress at the Golden Globes).
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Portman's daring counterpart in "Black Swan," Mila Kunis, dazzled in a red McQueen rendered in a print that looked similar to the dress Michelle Obama wore to the state dinner, which generated a bit of controversy.
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Lea Michele's plunging white sparkling Oscar de la Renta was more bombshell than princess.
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Amy Adams also stuck to the evening's bright white theme in a silhouette-hugging Herve Leroux gown.
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January Jones reeled in the sex appeal and opted instead for all-out glamour in this gold embellished Carolina Herrera.
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Eva Longoria's champagne-colored Georges Hobeika dress was equal parts sexpot and goddess.
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There were a number of gorgeous sequin gowns, but this long-sleeved, chocolate brown creation on Paz de la Huerta was pitch-perfect for the curvaceous actress, who sported the dress with a matching velvety-brown lip.
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Tina Fey really went for it last night in a spectacular fire-red gown by Oscar de la Renta festooned with tiny silk flowers. It was a nice change of pace for a star who tends to stick to safe colors and simple silhouettes when it comes to the red carpet.
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Nicole Kidman was regal and sophisticated wearing a statuesque gown by Nina Ricci. An unusual pink and gray floral necklace by Fred Leighton gave the look a dose of personality and kept the outfit from looking monotone.
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Sheer nude dresses and big, bridal-like white gowns ruled the red carpet last night, but Hilary Swank pulled the trend off with a creamy beige Versace gown.
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A silvery one-shoulder Badgley Mischka dress with sequin flower appliques showed off Jane Krakowski's new baby bump.
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Another of our favorite sparkly numbers was this glittery L'Wren Scott cocktail dress on lovely Christina Hendricks, who accessorized the look with little more than her considerable curves and fiery red hair.
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Somehow, the pleated empire waist on Annette Bening's gilded beaded gown made her look about a mile taller than usual, and the color perfectly complimented her skin and hair.
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