Though a few opted for pops of color, most women still rocked all-black dresses to InStyle and Warner Bros.' 19th Annual Post-Golden Globes Party at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.
While Debra Messing, Kerry Washington and Eva Longoria stayed in the same lovely outfits they wore during the ceremony...
...Tracee Ellis Ross joined Lena Waithe in fiercely suiting up for the latter part of her night.
And Diane Kruger -- whose film, In the Fade, won Best Foreign Language Film -- swapped out of her dress and into a lacy white tank with ripped-up tulle detailing ad black cigarette pants. She accessorized with black heels and Graziela Gems earrings.
Scandal starBellamy Young,Mera Suvari and Miranda Kerr all rocked playful frocks with floral, polka dot and leopard print patterns, respectively.
Molly Sims, in Alberta Ferretti, and Rowan Blanchard donned sculptural pieces worthy of an art gallery.
However, unlike during the awards show itself, quite a few stars opted to show some skin.
Nina Dobrev showed off her toned abs in a strapless cut-out dress with a contrasting sliver of silver.
Strips of tulle strategically covered up a newly pink-haired Hailey Baldwin's otherwise very sheer dress.
Lea Michele, Nikki Reed and Halston Sage ran the gamut from showing a whole lot of leg to just a sliver in gowns with various length slits.
Rumer Willis' ruffled Leanne Marshall dress and Briga Heelan's elongating jumpsuit proved that both ladies weren't afraid to take a deep plunge.
Plus, Ali Larter and Laverne Cox looked lovely in lace.
We can't forget the shimmer! Busy Philipps and Sarah Hyland both rocked pretty sequined numbers, while Julianne Hough had just a touch of sparkle on the bow along the neckline of her dress.
And of course, you can't have a slew of black dresses without a few simple but sexy LBDs, and Emily Ratajkowski's slinky gown and Angela Sarafyan's strapless, cleavage-baring frock nicely covered that category.
The women of Hollywood stepped out in black to honor the Time's Up initiative, which aimed to raise awareness for gender inequality and sexual harassment.