Sunday night's Golden Globes definitely didn't disappoint when it came
to the fashion!
Yahoo Style Editor-in-Chief Joe Zee was on hand to help pick the best and worst dressed of the night, which included the looks of some red carpet pros, but also a
few notable new faces. PHOTOS: The 13 Best Dressed at the 2016 Golden Globes
The always fashionable Julianne Moore's glittery, midnight blue Tom Ford gown gets a spot on our best dressed list, thanks to its interesting asymmetrical collar and perfect fit.
Of course, Jennifer Lawrence's red Dior cut-out dress also had to make the list. The
Joy actress' Chopard diamond collar enhanced the look, giving her some extra bling up top.
But nobody looked better than Jennifer Lopez at this year's Golden Globes, who stole the show in a yellow Giambattista Valli dress. And let's not forget her
whopping 240 carats of Herry Winston diamonds.
"It was old Hollywood, but in a very unexpected way," Zee says about the show-stopping frock. "Jennifer called this dress mustard yellow, which is a hard color to pull off, but she pulled it off."
.... Although is there anything J.Lo
can't pull off?!
As for the stars who unfortunately landed on the worst dressed list, it didn't get any worse than
Game of Thrones' Natalie Dormer's bizarre J. Mendel off-the-shoulder dress, and American Crime's Regina King's overly busy gold sequin Krikor Jabotian dress.
But Kate Huson's Michael Kors showing had to be the most disappointing of the night. Although Hudson clearly has amazing abs, even she can't pull off a glorified tube top on a major red carpet.
PHOTOS: The 9 Worst Dressed Stars at the 2016 Golden Globes
ET chatted with Lopez on Sunday night's red carpet -- where she channeled Angelina Jolie's
infamous leg-baring pose from the 2012 Oscars -- when she talked about how she decided on the gorgeous dress that landed her our No. 1 spot.
"We try on a couple different things," Lopez told ET about the process. "It's always a fun night at the house and they bring over all the dresses, and we try them on and we see what feels good."