Naomi Watts in Calvin Klein (Reuters)
Kate Hudson in Atelier Versace (Reuters)
Lupita Nyong'o in Prada (Reuters)
Jennifer Garner in Oscar de la Renta (Reuters)
Cate Blanchett in Armani Prive (Reuters)
Giuliana Rancic in Paolo Sebastian (Getty Images)
Sandra Bullock in Alexander McQueen (Reuters)
Charlize Theron in Dior (Reuters)
Olivia Wilde in Valenti (Reuters)
Though Leo didn't get his MUCH DESERVED Oscar for his stellar performance in The Wolf of Wall Street (seriously, the guy sticks a candle in places where candles shouldn't be), I still appreciated this year's Academy Awards (and so did the pizza guy who got $1,000 in tips and served Julia Roberts).
In terms of fashion, I think my biggest disappointment were the American Hustle ladies. With all the beautiful garments that graced their bodies throughout that entire movie, I just expected the same in real life, I suppose. Amy Adams' dress looked like the safest bet she could have possibly made, and Jennifer Lawrence's look felt like a deja-vu, a baby of her previous Oscars and Golden Globes dresses.
My absolute favorite was Giuliana Rancic's Paolo Sebastian dress, which I would love to get my hands on, broken zipper and all. Cate Blanchett's Armani Prive gem was a close second, though it does not photograph to its full potential. Jennifer Garner's dress seems, in my opinion, severely underrated on best dressed lists, but I've never seen her looking more gorgeous than this! Oscar de la Renta is one of my favorite designers, and the dress has such an innocent, playful Gatsby feel to it! What a dream! My boyfriend was a fan of the Charlize dress, texting me something about how I'd look nice in it. Well, you never know where you might end up one day...
Thank you so much for stopping by! Hope you enjoyed the Oscars as much as lucky pizza guy did!