Listen, we love a good fairytale ball gown moment as much as the next person. But a distinctive pantsuit trend popped up at Sunday’s Golden Globes, and we are 100 percent here for it. There’s a lot to be said for this style: the crisp lines, the meticulous tailoring, the contrast between these two-piece ensembles and the sea of billowy fabric gliding by them.
Not surprisingly, everyone’s favorite fearless fashion icon Billy Porter led the way with this stunning look by opting for a custom all-white Alex Vinash suit with a feathered train pulled straight out of our sartorial dreams. Porter was in good company, though, with A-listers like Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge also choosing to drop jaws in impeccably styled pantsuits. Power couple Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi? Yep, they both killed this trend, too, choosing to wear distinctive but complementary suits.
So, yeah, you can say we’re having a moment with the Golden Globes sleekest trend: the timeless two-piece. Here’s hoping this look makes its way to even more red carpets this award show season because, hey, this isn’t just a fling for us — it’s the continuation of a long-time love affair with this look.
Here are some of our favorite pantsuits from the 2020 Golden Globes red carpet.
Just when we thought we couldn’t love Fleabag genius Phoebe Waller-Bridge any more, she breaks out a tweed pantsuit for the Golden Globes and makes it looks crazy cool. It’s official: We pledge our loyalty to her forever.
Kate McKinnon’s sleek black pantsuit managed to be classic in cut yet fresh and modern, thanks to its subtle metallic embellishments.
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi
Power couple Portia de Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres twinned it in matching Celine pantsuits. However, the women opted for designs that complemented each other and their own individual styles.
All hail Billy Porter, right? The Pose star killed it on the red carpet per the norm, this time choosing a custom Alex Vinash pantsuit with a fabulous feathered train. It took over three months to make!
Red carpet host Jeannie Mai set the tone for the pantsuit trend, arriving early on the red carpet in an elegant embroidered top with crips white trousers. Granted, she didn’t have a blazer, but this two-piece look is too lovely not to mention.
Legendary comedian Carol Burnett opted for a sparkling ombre-sequined jacket atop a black turtleneck and traditional pants.