One of the tenants of the current women's movement is that we shouldn't be afraid to take up space, and many of this year's Golden Globes attendees appear to have taken that advice quite literally. Giant, oversize sleeves were one of the biggest trends on the red carpet and we couldn't get enough of it. These women proved the '80s silhouette is truly back in the absolute best way. Some were puffy, some were fluffy, but all of them were spectacular. Here are some of the best of the night.
The Bigger the Sleeves, the Better the Dress: The Poufiest Trend at the 2020 Golden Globes
Dakota Fanning In Dior Couture
Perhaps inspired by her sister Elle's role as the sleeping beauty Aurora in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, Dakota went the princess route with this perfectly pretty lilac tulle number from Dior Couture.
Olivia Colman In Emilia Wickstead
The newly appointed Queen of England (at least in the world of Netflix), combined a train, slim-fit sheath and giant pleats for a spectacularly chic effect.
Kaitlyn Dever In Valentino Couture
Beanie Feldstein's other half from Booksmart opted for an intricate and colorful lace ballgown with bowling ball-sized sleeves.
Zoey Deutch In Fendi
We'd rock this balloon sleeve any day. Wrist volume, FTW.
Rachel Bilson In Brock Collection
We were so excited about the red carpet debut of new Hollywood It-couple Rachel Bilson and Bill Hader that we almost missed these delicate poofs.
Do you think her The Morning Show costars, Reese and Jen, gave her the scoop on the glory of gigantic sleeves?
Bel Powley In Miumiu
Another The Morning Show star, Powely demonstrated that, yes, prairie dresses can indeed be sexy and red carpet appropriate.