Monday, March 3, 2014

Deep V's and LBD's

The red carpet for the Oscars is the most anticipated moment of awards season. Seeing what the A-Listers of hollywood will come out in is the highlight for all of us pajama clad couch potatoes as we live through their fashion choices. This year did not disappoint at all and has been one of my favorites. Read on to see all of my favorite looks from this timeless celebration

Emma Watson: wearing Vera Wang, this girl knows how to rock the red carpet and look her age at the same time. She took the classic LBD and added even more class (if that's even possible). The metallic details through the bodice and the mermaid flair made this black dress very refreshing on the red carpet this year. The simplicity of her makeup as well complimented the ensemble perfectly.

Kate Hudson: wearing Versace, was hands down my favorite look of the evening. A lot of people have been criticizing her look because we have see the cape so many times already like last year with Gwenyth Paltrow and Luptia Nyong'o at the Golden Globes this year. I disagree with all of them. This look for me redefined the whole idea of the cape and dress because the other dresses were more conservative and the deep v on both sides made this a classic sexy that no one else matched.

Lupita Nyong'o: wearing Prada, new comer to the red carpet and Hollywood stunned in this Cinderella-esque number. I loved this dress and it fit her perfectly and was a home run for Prada. Another one in the line of deep v neck lines seen throughout the night, this was not as harsh and seemed more angelic. Her simple gold bracelets and headband gave the dress a greek goddess meets Disney princess and I absolutely fell in love.

Charlize Theron: wearing Dior, looked elegant as ever in this stunning rendition of the LBD. This skin tight fit and flare gave a new definition to the LBD. The dress has so much drama in its simplicity that it was a scene stealer walking down the carpet. My favorite aspect of the dress, besides that neckline and necklace to die for, was the see-through flared fabric. Although not completely see-through, it was just enough without the fabric being too overwhelming which is something that happens a lot with dresses of this kind.

What were your favorite looks of the evening? Do you agree with me or think I'm out of my mind? Let me hear your thoughts on this enchanted evening of red carpet dress.

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