Oscars: Best And Worst Dressed


Hollywood’s biggest night is always full of glamour and a little bit of anxiety. Everyone is wondering who’s going home with an Oscar and who will win on the red carpet. While there weren’t any surprises during the show itself, we were pleased to see the stars step up their style game. Many stars hit the mark with their gowns and tuxes. Even those who made the worst dressed weren’t really that bad. On a regular night they might’ve even made best dressed, but competition was too stiff to give everyone praise. Check out the gallery below to see our picks for the best and worst dressed celebs from Oscar night.

rose Rosemary’s Pick: Jennifer Lawrence managed to stand out on the red carpet in a red Dior dress that fit the starlet perfectly. As the face of Dior, Jennifer has worn dresses by the fashion house frequently, but this one, with the peplum detail and the fishtail skirt, is by far my favorite. She kept the look simple with a backwards necklace, diamond earrings, a ring on each hand, and a box clutch. Her short hair was teased backwards giving the beauty an elegant and sophisticated look, with just the right amount of sexy. I also love the fact that she stumbled over an orange cone on her way to the red carpet. Could Jennifer Lawrence really be any more perfect?



photofrances Frances’ Pick: Considering all the praise Lupita Nyong’o received for her wardrobe this awards season, it’s really no surprise that she was the superstar of the night. Nyong’o dazzled in a powder blue Prada gown with crystal embellishments and a plunging neckline. Her Fred Leighton accessories were simple but beautiful — with a gold and diamond headband that complemented her cropped ‘do. She looked like Cinderella. I’m surprised she didn’t have cute talking animals following her around all night.




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