As celebrities arrived at the 72nd Annual Golden Globes Awards, it was clear that winter white was one of the trends set to rule the red carpet. Rosamund Pike, a first-time nominee who was one of the first to arrive on the red carpet, wore a strappy, cut-out Vera Wang gown—just shy of giving birth 5 weeks ago, how impressive? Emily Blunt, who's nominated for Best Actress in a Motion Picture for her role in Into The Woods, also worked a cut-out white gown by Michael Kors. Golden Globe red-carpet-regular Julia Louis Dreyfus wore an alabaster hue as well, selecting a sleek, one-shouldered Narciso Rogriguez column.
What made these three gowns really feel like a trend was their overall Grecian vibe. Between the draping on Blunt's gown, the one-shouldered neckline of Dreyfus' frock, and the strappy details on Pike's gown, all these women proved to be red carpet goddesses.