Voted upon by their peers, it's easy to understand why actors consider winning a SAG Award a major honor. And while we here at Wonderwall.com love seeing who takes home top honors, critiquing the fashion is the most fun part of the night for us! So who's taking home best dressed and who's receiving a fashion citation? We'll start with the biggest fashion disappointment of the night, which came from the usually impeccably dressed Lupita Nyong'o. We're not quite sure what to make of her Vera Wang selection — which was half spaghetti-strapped, off-the-shoulder, bustier-inspired jacket and half completely sheer, geometrical-design-studded skirt. The one thing we do know? It's a miss. Keep reading to see who fared better and who's joining Lupita on the worst dressed list…
Yes! We've been waiting for a stellar fashion moment from Amy Adams all award season, so we were thrilled when she stepped out in this phenomenal Celine look. From the ruffled neckline and peplum detail to that sleek fitted skirt with a slit, we loved everything about this look, down to those equally amazing Jimmy Choo heels.
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Almost but not quite, Rachel Brosnahan! The actress wore Dior on the silver SAG Awards carpet, and while we loved the hue and sweet bow details, there was just one thing off… the length! Too long for tea-length and too short for floor-length, we were perplexed by the odd way this lace design ended. The proportions felt all wrong, so this one has to be a miss. Something we could get behind? Her incredible earrings! See them next…
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Though we didn't love her Dior dress, Rachel Brosnahan's gorgeous Irene Neuwirth earrings were an entirely different story! The sweet bow shape and that gorgeous pearl and diamond combo made this our favorite accessory choice of the night!
Pretty in pink! Emily Blunt opted for custom Michael Kors in this cheery pink shade for the SAG Awards, complete with interesting sculptural sleeves. Rounding out her sweet look? Those amazing Forevermark drop earrings! They're up next…
Emily Blunt's Forevermark jewels featured the same angled trajectory as the detailing on her Michael Kors gown, bringing some fun symmetry to the look. She finished things off with an updo and matching pink lip, sealing the deal on this hit.
Nope. Emma Stone's Louis Vuitton looks have been hit or miss this award season, and this one falls in the latter category. The star wore black high-waisted, wide-legged pants with a gold blouse featuring one long sleeve and one sleeveless side, which came across more like an edgy business casual look than award-show-worthy ensemble.
What do you get when you combine a jumpsuit and tulle? Apparently perfection, as Yara Shahidi just proved! At just 18, Yara is already a fashion icon and she proved her fashionista status in this stunning Fendi Couture design. From the delicate and sheer sleeves to the intricate collared detail and the layers of sweet tulle over top an edgy jumpsuit, this unique look made a splash on the silver SAG Awards carpet.
This year at the SAG Awards, Alison Brie inexplicably channeled a Victoria's Secret model. We thought the star, who has served up countless questionable fashion moments in the past, was giving us a reprieve from terrible fashion during this award season (remember her awesome look at this year's Golden Globes?), but we were wrong. She arrived in this incredibly extra Miu Miu frock — complete with a ridiculous, oversized wing-like bow detail that was better fit for an event like the Met Gala. Let's take a closer look…
Another angle of Alison Brie's Miu Miu gown gives us a better glimpse of that ridiculous bow detail, which was bedazzled and nearly went down to her knees. The over-the-top confection just looked terribly out of place on the SAG Awards carpet.
It was Dior Haute Couture for Lady Gaga, who donned a gorgeous white gown by the fashion house for the big night. From the plunging neckline to the delicate, subtle tulle detailing along the border to that sky-high slit, this stark white gown was anything but boring. Let's take a closer look…
It's all about the details! Up close, Lady Gaga's Dior design was even more stunning, with its feminine tulle details and ruching along the bodice. Next up, a look at her hair, makeup and jewels!
Despite the ethereal vibe of her gown, when it came to makeup Lady Gaga went for gothic drama — rocking a super dark lip and a smokey eye. She finished things off with an updo and some equally edgy Tiffany & Co. jewelry — check out that Tiffany choker with diamond studded half hearts and stars!
Sorry, Michael B. Jordan! Not even you can pull off this strange harness trend. His custom Louis Vuitton look, comprised of a navy and black tuxedo and patent derby shoes, included the bizarre accessory — though Michael's took things one step further, as it was a multicolored print, complete with some signature Louis Vuitton emblems.
Constance Wu continues to wow this award season, following up her Golden Globe and Critics' Choice hits with this sparkly Oscar de la Renta frock. The strapless gown, comprised of silver silk-chiffon, featured a gold brooch detail at the hip and showed off her matching silver Stuart Weitzman sandals perfectly.
Margot Robbie underwhelmed in this Chanel column dress. The simple white and gold frock got lost in a sea of more impressive metallic designs, and her equally unexciting hairstyle made this look too easy to forget.
It's like Timothee Chalamet heard our prayers and answered them! After disappointing us in the fashion department at both the Golden Globes and the Critics' Choice Awards, Timothee pulled out a fantastic look for the SAG Awards. The "Beautiful Boy" star picked a polka dotted dress shirt, topped it with a suit jacket and finished things off with leather pants and boots for our favorite mens look of the night.
Mandy Moore went with a black off-the-shoulder Jason Wu that featured silver embellishments along the neckline. Though the dress was a snore, she elevated things when it came to her accessories. Check out those Jimmy Choos! Next up, a better look at her jewelry…
Mandy Moore's dress may have been lackluster, but those earrings certainly weren't! She spiced up her look with these Niwaka diamond danglers, which got their deserved shine thanks to her updo.
Black and gold! Megan Mullally rocked this short-sleeved and sleek black gown by Alexander McQueen, complete with edgy gold detailing along the top half. Let's take a closer look…
Megan Mullally's black and gold Alexander McQueen number was even cooler up close, where you can get a better detail of the golden embroidered designs. She elevated the look with plenty of gold accessories, including that amazing Marni clutch and those killer gold Chanel earrings, which we'll see better next!
We adored Megan Mullally's earring choice at the SAG Awards — giant circular Chanel jewels complete with the iconic logo. When it came to makeup and hair, she kept things simple with an updo and a rosy lip.
Robin Wright missed the mark in this Oscar de la Renta number. Though we're fans of that gunmetal shade, the halter-style neckline and messy draping lost us.
Rami Malek continued his chic streak this award season, thanks to his double breasted Dior suit. His all-black ensemble was striking against that silver SAG Award carpet, and we're giving the "Bohemian Rhapsody" star an A+ for this effort.
Gemma Chan has been one of the breakout style stars of award season, but even she can't win them all. After donning one of our favorite looks at the Critics' Choice Awards, Gemma made a misstep at the SAG Awards. We loved the pale pink shade of her one-shouldered custom Oscar de la Renta, but we really weren't feeling that overdone high-low hemline.
Matching the silver SAG Awards carpet? Melissa McCarthy, who donned this sparkly metallic number for the big event. She accessorized with some pretty dangling drop diamond earrings, keeping with her glittery, shimmering theme! See her bling next…
Bringing even more sparkle to Melissa McCarthy's SAG Awards look? Those drop Chopard diamond earrings.
Chris Pine went with winter white at the SAG Awards, opting for this Ermenegildo Zegna XXX tux. Though we were into that crisp ensemble, he lost us below the ankles — when he rocked those Christian Louboutin loafers san socks.
Laura Harrier continues to prove herself as one of our favorite new style stars — this time with a divine hot pink Loewe confection. From the color to the cut — those sleeves! — this strapless gown wowed us in the best way, but this angle simply doesn't do those oversized sleeves justice. Let's see it from the side…
That's better! This angle lets you see how incredible the sleeves on Laura Harrier's Loewe gown truly are, and also shows off her incredible waves, those gorgeous earrings and her perfect red lip.
Rachel Weisz went with black and silver at the SAG Awards, but her dreary Givenchy look wasn't among our favorites of the night. The asymmetrical gown — which featured one short sleeve, a silver belt and a panel of tinsel-like silver along the skirt — was straight from the designer's runway… where it probably should have stayed.
An asymmetrical look that we loved? Sandra Oh's ruby red Jenny Packham gown, comprised of draped silk along one shoulder and plenty of sparkles.
Why, Darren Criss? Just… why? The actor arrived in this silver printed tuxedo jacket and bowtie-clad getup, but lost it when it came to that sock-less loafer look. Needless to say, he didn't end up on our hit list.
Rocking ruffled gray and nearly matching that silver carpet, Angela Bassett donned this gorgeous Georges Chakra. The V-neck cut, a high center slit and those 3-D chiffon cutouts helped set this gown apart, and Angela sported matching platform pumps by Casadei to complete her look.
We were disappointed by Julia Garner's dated SAG Awards look. After the rising star — who pulled double duty on "Ozark" and "Dirty John" this past year — was one of our best dressed at the Critics' Choice Awards, we were excited to see what she'd wear tonight. Unfortunately, Julia donned this off-the-shoulder Zac Posen for the big night, which featured a train and all-over polka dots that really evoked the '80s… and not in a great way.
If this is what almost 60 looks like, sign us up! Patricia Clarkson brought her fashion A-game to the silver SAG Awards carpet, rocking a gorgeous cream chiffon and gold Zuhair Murad design, complete with dramatic draping along the sleeves and a thigh high slit up the front.
Henry Golding glimmered on the SAG Awards silver carpet, opting for this golden Tom Ford suit jacket. Though we usually love a statement jacket, the fact that Henry picked this bold jacket but went sans tie made this look fall flat.
Danai Gurira was dripping in feathers in the best way possible thanks to her sleek white gown at the SAG Awards. The column-style dress featured a feather-filled neckline, which she complemented with some beautiful Bulgari jewels. Let's check them out…
Danai Gurira's Bulgari jewels were so gorgeous, they rivaled her glam feather-covered gown!
Sophia Bush opted for this matronly Monique Lhullier number on the SAG Awards carpet, earning a miss in our book. We weren't fans of the strapless dress and its sheer cape-like detail with a polka dot print.
Susan Kelechi Watson was an actual ray of sunlight at the SAG Awards… perhaps making up for all the times her show "This Is Us" made us cry? Whatever the reason, we adored her bright yellow confection, complete with its plunging neckline and tiers of tulle.
We weren't crazy about Lucy Boynton's Erdem frock, which was a floral, thick-strapped frock at its base covered with a sheer, high-neck and long-sleeved layer covered with tiny black polka dots. Though we weren't into the busy dress, we did love her hair and makeup…
Lucy Boynton paired her intense Erdem look with some equally eye-catching eye makeup with dramatic black eyeliner. And we can't decide what we loved more, her pink lip shade or that cute half-up, half-down hairdo tied with a black bow!
A+, Elisabeth Moss! After a major fashion misstep at the Golden Globes, Elisabeth Moss turned things around at the SAG Awards. The actress donned this cream Monique Lhullier ballgown fit for a princess, complete with a black belt detail at the waist.
Well, at least Fiona Xie gets points for her SAG Awards posing flair! The dress itself was a bit of a wildcard, with its rainbow of colors, strips of tulle and floral embellishments that made it look more like an arts and crafts project straight out of Michael's than a couture gown.
Rachel Bloom brought Grecian goddess vibes to the silver carpet, opting for this pretty bronze number by Cristina Ottaviano. With one off-the-shoulder strap and pretty embellishments jazzing up this gown at the waist, we're very impressed with Rachel's fashion choices of late!
We love Shangela from her "RuPaul's Drag Race" days and we were excited to see her pop up in "A Star is Born," but we can't get behind this ridiculous Christian Siriano gown. From the overdone ombre pink to the insane amount of tulle, this dress was the epitome of extra.
Emily Osment had a ravishing red moment on the SAG Awards' silver carpet. We loved the fit of this sweet sleeveless dress — from the fitted bodice to that delicate ruffle at the end of the skirt — and how she tied everything together with a matching red lip and glam updo.
"Glow" star Kate Nash was trapped in her show's era on the SAG Awards silver carpet, rocking this unfortunate pink frock complete with silver, purple and yellow detailing and oversized sleeves straight from the '80s. Though we appreciate the dedication to the show, this look is just an all around no.
Rumer Willis went with red on the silver SAG Awards carpet. The star hit a fashion high note with this glamorous long-sleeved number by ong-oaj paira, which featured a plunging neckline, a tie detail at the waist and even a small train.
We always welcome a fun take on a suit, and Anthony Ramos' look was a breath of fresh air. His black suit featured green geometrical designs throughout, bringing a pop of color and a whimsical men's fashion moment to the SAG Awards carpet, but we wish he'd kept the pattern to the top half. The all-over print paired with that oversized bowtie and the wildcard choice of brown dress shoes was just a little too much.
And now for the youngest member on the hit list, Faithe Herman! The "This Is Us" cutie rocked the silver carpet in this darling royal blue ruffled gown, complete with mini black heels.
Sterling K. Brown certainly looked sharp in this Ermenegildo Zegna XXX navy and black tuxedo. He complemented that stylish selection with a black bow tie and dress shoes (though we wish he would have ditched the sunglasses ahead of the photo op!).