Poofy sleeves won the red carpet.

By Samantha Sutton
Updated Jan 05, 2020 @ 9:45 pm
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While plenty of actors and actresses took home tiny gold statues at this year's Golden Globes, the biggest winner of 2020's show was, unsurprisingly, the fashion. There were naked dresses, throwback references, and even an appearance by Jason Momoa's tank top, but nothing stole the spotlight quite all those poofy sleeves — mostly because it was near-impossible to miss them.

As big fans of 2019's fashion clown trend, we were pleased to see that this large, oversized detail was welcomed into 2020 with open arms. So, which actresses showed up on the red carpet with supersized sleeves? We've rounded up a list, ahead.

Jodie Comer

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Comer's Mary Katrantzou gown was oversized in general, but her sleeves still stood out.

Lucy Boynton

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Boynton's Louis Vuitton sleeves only had a tiny bit of volume, but she still mastered this tricky trend.

Gwyneth Paltrow

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Don't be distracted by the sheerness of Paltrow's sheer Fendi dress — her large sleeves deserve some credit, too.

Dakota Fanning

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It was a true poofy princess moment for Fanning, who wore Dior Haute Couture.

Bel Powley

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We got serious '80s vibes from Powley's Miu Miu gown.

Zoey Deutch

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The actress' Fendi gown was a slightly different take on this trend, as her sleeves grew bigger toward the bottom.

Toni Collette

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Collette's puffy cap sleeves could still be spotted underneath those ruffles and that floral print.

Olivia Colman

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We didn't know which detail to look at first: Colman's oversized sleeves or her long train.

Kaitlyn Dever

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Dever's large sleeves only made her printed Valentino look even more breathtaking.

Isla Fisher

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Off-the-shoulder and a bit of volume? This Monique Lhuillier design was the best of both worlds.

Cate Blanchett

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Blanchett's Mary Katrantzou were both pleated and puffy.

Janina Gavankar

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The contrasting color on Gavankar's George Chakra Couture gown gave things a fun, playful twist.