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The Most Skin-Baring Dresses at the Golden Globes After Parties (We're Looking at You, Sofia Vergara!)

01/13/2014 at 10:54 AM ET

Lady Gaga, Miranda Kerr, Sofia Vergara Golden Globes after partiesChristopher Polk/NBC/NBC via Getty; Jon Kopaloff/F

You already saw the glam dresses and hot beauty trends at the show, now we need to talk about what the stars wore to the after parties. And this year there was one overlying style theme: The more skin the better.

Lady Gaga takes home our statue for biggest style surprise of the night, because she actually looks like herself! Sure, she went glam in a gold asymmetrical design featuring a bedazzled bustier bodice (not to mention $53,000 worth of Mishara Jewelry on her fingers alone!), but we love that she kept her hair and makeup somewhat simple — okay, not simple, but a glossy nude lip and cat eye is not a normal Gaga beauty move — to support boyfriend Taylor Kinney on his big night at NBC Universal’s post-party. Misahara and L’Dezen jewels completed the look.

RELATED: Click here to get all the style, beauty and show highlights from the Golden Globes

Miranda Kerr skipped the Globes carpet, but made sure she made enough of a statement post-show in this daring long sleeve Emilio Pucci gown, which was completely backless and featured a wraparound cutout. We’re not exactly sure how everything stayed in place (or how much double-sided tape was needed), but she proved she can show it off better than anyone in the biz at the InStyle and Warner Bros. fête.

Finally, we knew Sofia Vergara would wear Zuhair Murad at some point, and we were right. After hitting the red carpet in a voluminous Zac Posen gown (“I feel like I’m carrying a tent!” might have been one of the best lines of the night), Vergara selected a plunging hand-beaded gown with a mermaid silhouette at the InStyle party. And it definitely dazzled from all angles. (Check out that back view!).

Vote in our Vergara style poll and tell us: Which after part look was your favorite? Did you like all the skin-baring dress?

–Brittany Talarico

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Dina on

Women like this has always being known as w h o r e s. Choosing man with money, high maintenance, a lot of skin and lack of brains. It is a shame the sexual image they are always presenting, and then you wonder why there is so much prostitution, rapes, drugs, physical abuses? Really, this sexual manifestation in the media, should stop. Sex only sells more sex.

Judy on

Does every actress, these days, have to show everything they have at these shows? Leave a little to the imagination!

Kris on

Why is she famous anyway? Seems like another Kardashian thing, famous for being famous, not that there’s any real talent backing these women up, just the dramatics and total need for attention 24-7 that is their lives.

veronica on

What’s the big deal about her? I’m not getting it.

Gg on

I’m sick of sophia vergara and her boobs. We get it-they are big and you like to show them. They are your bread and butter. I think she is so over rated and could probably play nothing other then the type of character she plays on modern family. It’s clear that she needs to be the center of attention. Every time there is an event there she is front and center with her boobs and but in your face. She needs to cut her hair, put some clothes on and act a little more classy.

 

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