We were so excited to see all of the looks on the red carpet at the Golden Globes this year! Among our favorites was the one and only Lady Gaga who wore a beautiful black velvet off-the-shoulder Atelier Versace dress encrusted with gorgeous diamonds. The padded hips gave the dress such a dramatic and elegant look and paired so well with the velvety texture of the dress. As soon as we saw it, we rose up to the challenge of recreating the look with our own Convertible Sakura Dress!
Did anyone catch Leonardo DiCaprio’s reaction to Gaga when she bumped into him on her way up to the podium to claim her award? A lot of people were tweeting that DiCaprio was “throwing shade” at Gaga. However, at an interview after the event, DiCaprio claimed that he didn’t even know who had bumped into him or what was happening. DiCaprio went on to say that him and Lady Gaga laughed about it at the after-party when they saw that his reaction was trending all over social media.
We also noticed that Lady Gaga had all of her tattoos professionally covered up by Mike Mekash, a professional make up artist for American Horror Story. It’s nothing significant, but if you look at photos from previous Golden Globe Awards, you’ll have an “oh ya, she did!” moment. All in all, Lady Gaga looked absolutely stunning at the 2016 Golden Globe Awards, so here’s our take on her red carpet look with our Night Black Sakura Dress! Check out the instructions below:
–A Night Black Sakura Maxi Dress
1. Start with the dress facing frontwards and drape the straps over your shoulders
2. Cross the straps across your back and bring them around your waist to bring them to the front
3. Wrap the straps around your waist and bring them to the back again
4. Double tie the straps at the back to secure your wrap job
5. Pull your shoulder straps off your shoulders
6. Voila! You’ve got your red carpet look ready to go!
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