Monday, 29 February 2016

Best and Worst Dressed at the Oscars 2016

Let's take a look at the biggest night of awards season, and the major style goals it provided.





Best Dressed

Lady Gaga
I'm loving the new pared back Gaga, and this gown with matching tailored trousers was a refreshing change from her show-stopping ensembles. A classic Hollywood spin on the modern gown!

Saoirse Ronan
What a beauty Saorise is turning out to be. I loved this emerald green slip dress with all over sequins for a touch of sparkle.

Olivia Munn
I never thought head-to-toe orange could work, but Olivia Munn stunned in her zesty one shoulder gown. Completing the look with slicked back hair, the actress channelled the paletted of her dress with matching coral lip. Perfection. 





Rooney Mara
Ever known for her vampy looks, I was a fan of Rooney Mara's modern Victoriana look. Adorned in white lace that draped across the red carpet, she updated the vintage look with scraped back hair and a plum lip.



Jennifer Lawrence
J Law can do no wrong when it comes to her red carpet look, and the nude and black lace made for a sophisticated aura. Keeping her hair in a 60's style lob, the star took the plunge with a deep V neck and minimal makeup.

Margot Robbie
Sparkle and shine bbygal. How adorable did Margot Robbie look last night? Her gold gown could have aired on the cheap side very easily but she kept it classy with slight waves and little to no makeup.

Charlize Theron
Fiery, fierce and effortlessly glamourous, Charlize Theron stunned in her plunging red floor-length gown.



Worst Dressed

Alicia Vikander
 I know she said she was channelling Belle from Beauty and the Beast, but the princess vibes are slightly lost for me here. A ruched hem and 90's style embellishements make this dress look more like a teenage prom piece than an Oscar-worthy look.


Heidi Klum 
Purple chiffon is a no no for me I'm afraid. What was Heidi thinking? this is ghastly.


Kerry Washington
Monochrome looks are so in right now but I fear Kerry Washington is airing on the side of steampunk. What is this?