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Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer Rock the Sartorically Rock the SAGS

Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer went with safe, yet fashionable options at Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards. White was a major color on the red carpet and Davis' strapless Marchesa with gold lame details were among the night's top fashion choices. Octavia Spencer was classic, yet phenomenal in her nude Tadashi Shoji (It looks like Shoji is becoming Spencer's go-to designer as she opted for him at this year's Golden Globes too. We would be remiss if we did not congratulate Davis and Spencer for their best actress and best supporting actress SAG awards respectively. Both women did a phenomenal job in the movie, The Help. What did you think of Davis' and Spencer's red carpet pics?

Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer Rock the Sartorically Rock the SAGS

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Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji and Viola Davis in Marchesa at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday Jan. 29, 2012 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji and Viola Davis in Marchesa at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday Jan. 29, 2012 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello) AP

Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer went with safe, yet fashionable options at Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards. White was a major color on the red carpet and Davis' strapless Marchesa with gold lame details were among the night's  top fashion choices.  Octavia Spencer was classic, yet phenomenal in her nude Tadashi Shoji (It looks like Shoji is becoming Spencer's go-to designer as she opted for him at this year's Golden Globes too.  We would be remiss if we did not congratulate Davis and Spencer for their best actress and best supporting actress SAG awards respectively. Both women did a phenomenal job in the movie,  The Help. What did you think of Davis' and Spencer's red carpet pics?

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