We Picked Out Some Potential Dresses for the 2013 Golden Globe Nominees

Golden Globe nominations were announced yesterday, kicking off awards season. While we can't wait to see which films and actors win big, we're even more psyched about the dramatic red carpet looks. After all, there's no better time for designer and celebs alike to pull out the big guns than at the Globes and the Oscars.

Click through to see which looks we think some of the Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress nominees might consider. Do you agree with our picks?

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Jennifer Lawrence

Nomination: Best Actress, Musical or Comedy (for Silver Linings Playbook)

Should Wear: As Dior's latest face, we could totally see the fresh-faced star in this youthful cape-backed dress from Dior's Spring 2013 collection.

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Jessica Chastain

Nomination: Best Actress, Drama (for Zero Dark Thirty)

Should Wear: A fiery red gown (all the better to match that hair!) from an ultra-glamorous label. This Spring 2013 Elie Saab would do the trick nicely.

WWD/Thomas Iannaccone (left), Fairchild Archive (right)

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Anne Hathaway

Nomination: Best Supporting Actress, Musical or Comedy (for Les Misérables)

Should Wear: Glorious things happen when Anne wears white Valentino. We think she'd kill it in this sheer Spring 2013 look.

Fairchild Archive (left), WWD/Steve Eichner (right)

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Marion Cotillard

Nomination: Best Actress, Drama (for Rust and Bone)

Should Wear: Dior, of course—after all, the lady's a brand ambassador. It's actually difficult to find a Raf Simons-designed look she hasn't worn yet, but imagine this strapless Spring 2013 dress customized to a longer length and paired with a statement diamond bib necklace. Perfect, no?

WWD/Steve Eichner (left), Fairchild Archive (right)

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Amy Adams

Nomination: Best Supporting Actress, Drama (for The Master)

Should Wear: Amy's a longtime Oscar de la Renta devotee, and frequently favors simple, Old Hollywood-style silhouettes. This fresh-off-the-runway look from the designer's pre-fall collection would look lovely on her.

WWD/Steve Eichner (left), WWD/Thomas Iannaccone (right)

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Emily Blunt

Nomination: Best Actress, Musical or Comedy (for Salmon Fishing in the Yemen)

Should Wear: A dramatic McQueen. Support those British roots, Em!

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Rachel Weisz

Nomination: Best Actress, Drama (for The Deep Blue Sea)

Should Wear: Rachel's wowed us every time she's worn Jason Wu, so she'd be an ideal candidate for the designer's dramatic finale gown from Spring 2013. Add some sort of lining to that super-sheer skirt—no wardrobe malfunctions, please!—and she'd be all set.

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