News Awards & Events Golden Globes Fashion Trends By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Instagram Twitter InStyle's mantra is "Everybody's in," and that means anyone who finds their way to our stories should find themselves reflected in them. We prioritize bringing the right writer to every story and sometimes collaborate as a team to ensure we're including points of view across race, gender expression, body size, skin and hair type, and more. Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. For more about our team, click here. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on November 10, 2008 @ 04:51PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Frank Micelotta/Getty Fashion Trends 01 of 16 Fashion Trends Frank Micelotta/Getty Belted Gowns were just one of the trends at the 2007 Golden Globes. 02 of 16 Belted Gowns Frazer Harrison/Getty Also in tiers on the red carpet, PenÃ©lope Cruz chose a Chanel Couture design with a belt-cinched waist and lacy shoulder frills. 03 of 16 Belted Gowns Frank Micelotta/Getty Cate Blanchett opted for an Alexander McQueen creation that featured a flirty flamenco hem, a lacy top and a silvery belt clasp. 04 of 16 Sexy Backs Mark J. Terrill/AP Sienna Miller made an elegant exit in a low-dipping Marchesa gown with a long train. Silver draping emphasized the Factory Girl's golden tan. 05 of 16 Sexy Backs Kevin Winter/Getty Eva Longoria showed off a little lower-back tat in an Ungaro dress with a strategic cutout. Turquoise-embroidered straps further drew inquiring eyes to her ink. 06 of 16 Sexy Backs Steve Granitz/WireImage Teri Hatcher played '30s screen goddess in her long white gown with a draped back. A silver-embroidered band kept the Desperate Housewives star from having a risquÃ© rear view. 07 of 16 Sexy Backs Steve Granitz/WireImage Jennifer Lopez showed off her famous glow in a Marchesa gown with a dangerously draped back. The sari-style frock mixed slim straps with a mystery-maintaining gold-embroidered swath of skirt. To vote on your favorite backless dress from the awards, click here. 08 of 16 Metal and White Steve Granitz/WireImage Hayden Panettiere brought good cheer to the Globes in her Monique Lhuillier gown with its bespangled waistline. The tanned teen showed off a tiny middle in a paillette-studded frock with goddess appeal. 09 of 16 Metal and White Steve Granitz/WireImage Teri Hatcher was a slinky surprise in her sleek white gown with its metallic-embroidered waist. The glowing accent made big jewels unnecessary. 10 of 16 Metal and White Kevin Winter/Getty Jennifer Garner was star bright in her vintage Gaultier frock with art deco sequin detail. The simple spangles dressed up her relaxed '70s look. 11 of 16 Metal and White Frank Micelotta/Getty Sienna Miller was a modern medieval princess in her white Marchesa gown with silver overlay. Her regal frock reflected a warm tan and a bright crown of braids. 12 of 16 Jeweled Chokers Frank Micelotta/Getty Heidi Klum arrived at the Globes with a heavy heart. Her stunning choker and locket-part of her own Heidi Klum Collection for Mouawad line-had a combined weight of 213.74 carats. 13 of 16 Jeweled Chokers Steve Granitz/WireImage Songbird Mary J. Blige wore multi-tiered jewels that matched the carpet-and her sweeping gown. 14 of 16 Jeweled Chokers Gilbert Flores/Celebrity Patricia Arquette's bib choker formed a sunburst of sparkly diamonds. 15 of 16 Jeweled Chokers Kevin Winter/Getty Little Miss Sunshine' s Toni Collette brought her own gleam to the red carpet with a striking studded necklace. Don't miss our gallery of arrivals and report on red-carpet fashion trends. Be sure to check out our exclusive video coverage, too! 16 of 16 Metal and White Frank Micelotta/Getty Sienna Miller was a modern medieval princess in her white Marchesa gown with silver overlay. Her regal frock reflected a warm tan and a bright crown of braids.