The Best & Worst Dressed at the 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards

The actual Display Stars Guild Honours provide superstars the chance in order to applaud... on their own. The actual red-colored carpeting, about the additional hands, permits us to function as the critics. Through Lea Michele's sexy Versace dress in order to Emma Stone's brief as well as fairly sweet McQueen gown, take a look at that strike as well as that skipped about this gorgeous event.
 We hardly recognized Ashley Simpson. Maybe because we haven't seen her in a while, or perhaps because of the transformative powers of a Jenny Packham gown. She joined her beau, Vincent Piazza, for the occasion and the two lovebirds gushed to Giuliana Rancic about their eight month romance (aww!).
 No red carpet affair is complete without Lea Michele sauntering! This girl lives for the arrival scene. She followed her statement Marchesa gown from the Golden Globes with this knock-out smoky gray Versace number. Wonder if she stretches out before she starts posing.
 And may we now draw your attention to Jayma Mays and her lavishly beaded Reem Acra gown. She may stick to cutesy looks on Glee, but the actress was seriously sexy in this lace back dress, which definitely put her finer attributes on display. 
 If anyone can rock a jumpsuit on the red carpet, it's the always gorgeous Rose Byrne! She selected a dazzling white Elie Saab number with a tasteful neckline plunge. Almost more notable was her newly cut bob, making this look refreshingly avant-garde.
 It's no great mystery why Dianna Agron relies on Carolina Herrera's feminine designs. For the SAG Awards, the Glee star selected a lovely berry dress with ruffle accents. A braided updo (the hairstyle of the night) lent the look a slight goddess vibe.
 Sofia Vergara can make any dress a masterpiece. She breathed new life into the basic silhouette of this magenta Marchesa gown. It may not rival the perfection of her Vera Wang number from the Golden Globes, but that may be an impossible task.
 Emma Stone rarely fails to impress us on the red carpet. The Help star stepped out at the SAG Awards in a tea length Alexander McQueen dress with a lacy bust. A sleek French Twist and rosette-adorned accessories were the perfect finishing touches to her modern take on '50s style.

 Michelle Williams graced the SAG Awards red carpet in Valentino's signature color: red. She continued to sport her bronze pixie cut that makes every red carpet ensemble effortless. A delicate lace decolletage added to the dresses elegance.

We have to hand it to Angelina Jolie for making black look exciting time and time again. Here she is in this shimmery and clingy cowl neck Jenny Packham gown. Smoky kohl-lined eyes and vintage hoops were the perfect exotic additions to this sizzling style.
 We may not be warming to her gray 'do, but Kelly Osbourne's SAG Awards style made up for it. Gotta hand it to her (or her stylist) for choosing this white waist-whittling Badgley Mischka gown with a tasseled belt. Stunning!
 John Krasinski is one lucky man! He and wife Emily Blunt hit the awards in equally stunning style. While he looked dapper in a classic tux, she turned heads in this jade green chiffon gown, the perfect color for her porcelain complexion.
 Given how outstanding Zoe Saldana looked in Givenchy couture at the 2010 Oscars, it's perhaps no surprise she once again turned to the design house for a knockout red carpet gown. If anyone can rock an unusual look like this metallic silk organza dress with sheer netting, it would have to be the sartorial risk taker.

 Giuliana Rancic looked better than ever in a crimson Basil Soda gown. The intricately embellished dress was made all the better by a well-chosen gold statement necklace and matching belt.  And those Farrah Fawcett curls are quite fetching, no?
 And this, ladies and gentlemen, is how a teenager steals the red carpet show. Ariel Winter looked delightful in this Collette Dinnigan frock. The starlet teamed the gray lace dress (check out the detailing) with glittery Miu Miu heels and a goddess braid.

 Diane Lane was the picture of red carpet elegance in this single shoulder David Meister gown. It looked kinda serious so she gave the cascading ruffle dress a youthful twist with a high bouncy ponytail. Fun!

 StyleBistro Guest Editor Maria Menounos played up her curves in this sizzling black Dolce & Gabbana gown. Satin is notoriously unflattering, but thanks to a well-constructed corset and Maria's fab figure, the dress played up all the right areas. Tousled curls and seriously smoky eyes added to her sexy vibe.

Jessica Chastain added a powerful pop of color to the carpet with her cerulean blue gown. The corset dress was not only flattering (Calvin Klein's specialty) the rich hue made us do a double take in a sea of gray and pastels.

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