High Fives: People’s Choice Awards Edition

We'll admit we were impressed by the fashion on display last night.

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Kate Walsh's glittery dress seems so simple -- a long-sleeved sparkly mini -- but the combination of a neutral hue and greenish-bronze sequins made the piece simply stunning. We love that she kept the focus on the dress by wearing nude heels and sporting a simple, upswept 'do.
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To be fair, it's hard for anything to look bad on Diane Kruger, but the texture on this bright white bodycon dress is worth a second look. White's a bold choice for January, but we're sold on the whole look, which is perfectly complemented by her wavy, easy-going hair style. Oh, and did we mention how sexy those cage-heel platforms are?
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We've got to hand it to Mary J. Blige -- of late, she's rarely made a misstep, style-wise. This dress is not only seriously flattering, it manages to incorporate two on-trend elements -- an asymmetrical silhouette and a strong shoulder -- without looking too fussy.
Sure, the scrunchiness of the fabric isn't the most flattering, and the giant bow might seem a little over-the-top, but we've got to give Ginnifer Goodwin props for bringing the now-defunct Christian Lacroix to the red carpet. Plus, the flower actually reminds us of Carrie Bradshaw's better days on "Sex and the City," and navy so perfectly suits Goodwin's peaches-and-cream complexion, which gives us a rather warm feeling about the whole ensemble.
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Something about the hemline on Sandra Bullock's shimmering dress isn't quite right, but the romantic, insanely flattering corset-style top of the dress more than makes up for it.
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