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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Red Carpet Fashion at the 2013 Oscar's

Posted by DJS Events

Nudes, Blues and Pinks were one of the top 3 trends seen on the red carpet at the 2013 Oscar's. The others included: Old Hollywood Glamour, Metallics and Embellishments. 
 Take a look at our choices for the best and worst dressed stars...

Stacy Keibler in Naeem Khan 
We were shocked to see Stacy in THE dress that we posted in Friday's blog about what WE would wear to the Oscars. Stacy has a body that can do no wrong and clearly did this dress justice by fitting her like a glove. She looks absolutely STUNNING!
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Catherine Zeta Jones in Zuhair Murad Couture
Glittering in Gold, Catherine makes a show-stopping entrance on the red carpet in this glamorous gown.
CREDITS: Jason Merritt/ Getty

Halle Berry in Versace
Leading the metallic trend for the night, Halle oozed sex appeal by showing off her hour glass figure in this structured Versace gown.
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Jenna Dewan-Tatum in Rachel Roy
Glowing mom-to-be proves that maternity wear can be sexy. Jenna looks absolutely breathtaking in this black lace ensemble (her arm candy doesn't hurt either!)
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Jennifer Hudson in Roberto Cavalli Couture
Looking confident and gorgeous as ever, Jennifer stunned int his blue sequined Roberto Cavalli ensemble. Her pin straight locks was the perfect finishing touch. 

CREDITS: Kevin Mazur/WireImage
Jessica Chastain in Armani Prive
 Jessica was the epitome of Old Hollywood Glamour in this perfectly tailored Armani gown. Her soft, long waves and red lip created a flawless look for this star (however an amazing necklace would have made this look even better).
CREDITS: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Maria Menounos in Ramona Kaveza
 Pretty in pink! Maria pulled off this amazing bold spring color and owned it on the red carpet. 
Credits: Jason Merritt/ Getty

Kerry Washington in Miu Miu
Kerry certainly took a chance from her usual fashion choices by wearing this gown. The crystal embellished bodice and bold melon color created a feminine and beautiful look for this star (not a fan of the hair-do though!)
CREDITS: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Nicole Kidman in L'Wren Scott
Wearing a gown that could be considered to resemble "liquid gold", Nicole shines on the red carpet. This is one of her best looks - we love how she took a risk!

CREDIT: Getty Images

 Sandra Bullock in Elie Saab
Sandra looks gorgeous in this black and silver gown, which fits her body like a glove. However, we wish she would have worn her hair off her shoulders.
CREDITS: Jason Merritt/Getty


Charlize Theron in Dior Couture
We are fully aware that not many people could still look gorgeous with a pixie haircut in a stark white dress. Although Charlize looks statuesque in this structured gown, we wish she didn't go for a "bride" look.
CREDITS: Jeff Vespa/WireImage
Amanda Seyfried in Alexander McQueen

This is the second time this awards season that Amanda has chosen a pale gown that blends in with her complexion. Although, this is a beautifully made gown with detailed beading, it does not flatter Amanda and actually ages her, especially with the up-do!
CREDITS: Jason Merritt/ Getty
Renee Zellweger in Carolina Herrera
Her figure was flawless in this body-hugging gown, but she was missing jewels and her hair was way too messy. She could also take a breather from the botox...
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Jennifer Aniston in Valentino

We absolutely LOVE Jennifer, but we were extremely disappointed with her look this year. In this dress, we wish she would have worn her hair back in a sleek pony, added some fabulous jewelry. However, we would have preferred to see her in a glamorous gown that showed off her figure.
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Jennifer Lawrence in Dior Haute Couture

 A leader of the "Old Hollywood Glamour" trend, Jennifer added a modern twist by wearing a Chopard necklace down her back. However, the color washes her out and she looks like a bride-to-be.
CREDITS: Jason Merritt/ Getty
 Naomi Watts in Armani Prive
Stunning as always, Naomi chose to go with the metallic trend for the Oscars, with a "futuristic" look. We don't love the asymmetrical neckline, because it looks as if she could be in Star Wars, but we can't deny that her body looks amazing!

CREDIT: Jason Merritt/Getty
Kristen Chenoweth in Tony Ward
Kristen's petite body looks like she is drowning in this dress, although she does look beautiful. We wish this wasn't such an overwhelming ensemble, including the top knot.
CREDIT: Jason Merritt/Getty
 Olivia Munn in Marchesa
Unfortunately, this dress did not impress us with the bunched fabric around her hips which made her look much larger than she is. She should have opted for a youthful , figure-flattering gown. 
CREDIT: Wireimage
 Reese Witherspoon in Louis Vuitton
Loving the cobalt blue (one of our all-time FAVORITE colors), but we did not like the black color-blocking at the top of this dress. The seam by her waist made her torso appear too short and she could have used a great necklace.

CREDITS:Kevin Mazur/WireImage
 Salma Hayek in Alexander McQueen
Normally seen in a low-cut ensemble, Salma surprisingly wore a high-neck cut gown. Her curves are accentuated and flatter her petite frame, but we hated the hair!
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 Anne Hathaway in Prada
Lesson to be learned: do NOT change your dress 3 hours before a major red carpet event, especially when you are one of the leading actresses in Hollywood.

CREDIT: Getty Images

Helena Bonham Carter in Vivienne Westwood
No words. Self-explanatory.

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Brandi Glanville in BrandB
Attention-seeker? Please spare all of us by pulling up your dress and choose ONE body part that you would like to accentuate.
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Kristen Stewart in Reem Acra
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Helen Hunt in H&M
It was a shock to see a celebrity wear H&M on the red carpet, which could have been OK if it was not extremely wrinkled! Boring as well...
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Jennifer Garner in Gucci
Normally one of our favorites on the red carpet, Jennifer failed to impress by choosing this unflattering purple Gucci gown. The ruffles down the back were way too over powering.

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Kelly Rowland in Donna Karan Atelier
After making our best dressed list at the Grammys, we were disappointed to see Kelly in this black and white structured gown. There is way too much leg showing and her hair is extremely outdated.

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Nancy O'Dell in Mark Zunino
Besides the color there is nothing about this look that we approve. Again there is too much leg revealed and it is inappropriate for her age. The strappy sandals and hair style do not help either.

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Melissa McCarthy in David Meister
There are so many dress options that Melissa could have chosen which would have flattered her body. Unfortunately, the color and jersey-like material are not meant for the red carpet. We wish she would have went with a different hairstyle as well.

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Zoe Saldana in Alexis Mabille Couture
A beautiful woman, but this dress does nothing for her. There are too many distractions, from the ruffles at the top, the random belt, bow and multi-colored bottom half of the dress.

CREDIT: Getty Images


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