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Jennifer Garner, who turns 49 on April 17, has been dazzling on red carpets since the 2000s.
Some of her best gowns were seen at the Oscars, the Golden Globes, and the SAG Awards.
Throughout her time in the spotlight, the actress has worn several red gowns.
At one of her first award shows, Garner wore a striking red dress to the Golden Globes in 2002.
When accepting her Golden Globe for her role in "Alias," the actress wore a red dress that had an elegant fit, a small train, and a matching purse.
The following year, Garner wore another elegant gown to the Golden Globes.
The Ralph Lauren dress was all black and had vintage draping on the bottom. The actress paired the gown with a sparkled choker.
In 2004, Garner showed up to the Golden Globes in a memorable ombré look.
Nominated for the third time for her role in "Alias," Garner decided to take a more bold look to the red carpet, wearing a ruffled gown with a purple ombré effect.
That same year, Garner chose a bright red gown for the Oscar's Vanity Fair party.
The Valentino Haute Couture gown was a memorable look at the Oscars that year.
At the 2006 Academy Awards, Garner dazzled the red carpet in a sparkled look.
The Michael Kors gown featured Swarovski crystals and flowers made out of sterling silver.
Garner chose another red dress for the 2007 Met Gala.
PopSugar called this red Valentino gown one of the most "unforgettable Met Gala moments."
The actress went with a strapless black gown at the 2008 Academy Awards.
PopSugar called this Oscar de la Renta gown one of "the best Oscar red carpet looks that made fashion history."
She wore an elegant wrap dress to a gala opening in 2010.
While attending a gala opening in West Virginia, Garner went with a simple, off-the-shoulder dress.
For the 2010 Golden Globes, Garner was a standout on the red carpet.
The Versace gown had an asymmetrical neckline and sequins.
The actress left the gowns at home for Variety's Annual Power Of Women Event in 2012.
The knee-length, beige-colored dress perfectly matched her heels and purse.
Garner showed off another red dress at the 2013 Golden Globes.
"Garner opted for a Vivienne Westwood couture dress in the hue of the night — red — paired with a sleek updo and gold earrings," HuffPost wrote in 2013. "A win, in our opinion!"
That same year, Garner graced the Screen Actors Guild Awards in a strapless, floor-length gown.
Garner went to the awards to support her then-husband Ben Affleck while wearing a shimmering Oscar de la Renta gown.
She showed up to the Oscars that year in a purple, ruffled dress.
"Ben Affleck called Jennifer Garner 'the most beautiful woman' at the SAG Awards, and we're inclined to agree," HuffPost wrote in 2013. "The Hollywood actress and mom walked the red carpet at the 2013 Oscars looking gorgeous in purple Gucci and $2.5 million worth of Neil Lane jewels."
The next year, Garner showed off a silver number at the Academy Awards.
The Oscar de la Renta gown appears to be inspired by the beaded, layered dresses of the 1920s.
In 2016, Garner wore a striking, off-the-shoulder black gown to the Academy Awards.
Shortly after announcing her split from Ben Affleck, Garner hit the red carpet solo in an Atelier Versace look.
Garner turned heads at the 2018 Academy Awards in this bright blue number.
The asymmetrical dress with a cape was designed by Versace.
"Jennifer Garner brought some old Hollywood glamour back to the Oscars red carpet," Colleen Kratofil at People wrote in 2018.
She wore another memorable blue gown to a gala in 2019.
At the "The Centennial Gala: Changing The World for Children" event in New York, Garner went with a J. Mendel floor-length blue dress made of chiffon.
Garner's simple black dress at the 2019 Annual Hollywood Film Awards will always be memorable.
The beauty of this Stella McCartney is in its simplicity.
The actress stepped out of her comfort zone when she wore a pantsuit at the 2019 InStyle Awards.
For this red carpet, Garner went with an Alexander McQueen tailored suit and paired it with a pair of Jimmy Choo heels.
In 2019, Garner returned to her roots with a red gown at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
"She did that," Cydney Contreras at E! News wrote in 2020. "Way to work Dolce & Gabbana in style!"
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