The Golden Globes are less than a week away, and that means Hollywood's finest are scheduling fittings, meeting with stylists and trying to nail down that perfect look for the red carpet on Sunday. What they will wear is anybody's guess, but until the gowns are unveiled, MTV News is looking back on some of the greatest looks of the last decade.
Jennifer Aniston in 2003
Her sleek hair and minimal accessories complemented her sheer black halter dress perfectly. The simple, stylish gown had just a touch of sparkle thanks to some beading in the neckline, but Aniston's best accessory that night was the Golden Globe she took home.
Sarah Jessica Parker in 2004
SJP loves to wear flirty and fun dresses to special events, and 2004's slate-gray feathery Chanel frock best represented her funky New York sense of style. For the look, she pulled her trademark curls back and paired the dress with peacock-blue shoes.
Charlize Theron in 2004
Theron melted every fashionista's heart in her butter-color ruffled chiffon dress by Dior. She paired the soft, feminine number with silver accessories, and with her hair in soft curls, Theron embodied old-school glamour.
Halle Berry in 2005
Tiered dresses aren't easy to wear, but the Atelier Versace iridescent taupe silk chiffon gown draped off of Berry's toned body perfectly. A big, chunky bracelet and earrings topped off the look.
Nicole Kidman in 2005
Kidman's deep-blue satin gown was taken to a new level of sophistication with the addition of peacock feathers, displaying the actress' impeccable sense of style.
Scarlett Johansson in 2006
Her body-hugging red dress had all eyes — and all hands, right Isaac Mizrahi? — on her at the 2006 Golden Globes.
Keira Knightley in 2006
Knightly wrapped her delicate frame in a white Valentino gown, a column dress with bow-and-tassel detailing at the waist.
Brangelina in 2007
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are Hollywood's golden couple of style, and the two had everyone talking in 2007 when she hit the carpet in a slate-gray gown and yellow-diamond accessories and he looked dapper in a tuxedo and tie.
Drew Barrymore in 2007
J'adore Dior! Barrymore looked fresh and feminine in her flowing light-pink gown, with no accessories other than a dainty pair of earrings and a clutch.
Amy Adams in 2009
She became the belle of the ball in 2009 when she hit the carpet in a seemingly simple black Oscar de la Renta dress with ethereal touches.