Well, we have reached the end of the installments of the fashion of the Oscars! Today I present you with my favorite part; the dresses! This is going to be quite a long post today! I love doing the dresses of the Oscars. And, we're back to just me. No guest blogger! What did y'all think? Should I ask Noah back sometime?
And now, from the red carpet!
Naomi Watts is modeling a silver VERY sparkly dress. It looks very much like a sparkly fish or like a disco ball exploded! Eesh! The cut out pattern at the top is odd. It displays a sweetheart neckline and a high-necked off the shoulder look.
Stacy Keibler is modeling another sparkly dress, this time a burnished grey. It's not horrible.... The sheer parts of the skirt help to give it an airier look, and the black belt at the waist separates the top from the skirt, giving it a cleaner look. Everything on the dress is modest except for the sheer back.
Kelly Osbourne's dress confuses me.... it looks almost like she put it on wrong! The crossed and twisted straps at the top make her look confined, and the sheer stripes at the top are very odd. The skirt isn't horrible, but black tulle always looks odd in so many layers.
Kristin Chenoweth decided to go with black also! But the silver design on the top with the sheer upper layer on the shoulders? Uh-oh... The skirt is kind of cute, and I like the mermaid style with the exaggerated flare after the hips. However, I'm not a fan of the dress as a whole.
I don't know what Jane Fonda was thinking. The canary yellow floor length "suit" is horrifique. (I just made up that word...) The mismatched striping that goes in toward the middle just before the skirt starts is out of place and ODD. And the seam running down the middle of the skirt makes it look like it's on sideways!
Clothed in painfully shimmery gold, I present Renee Zellweger. This dress is really bad... It is tight in all the wrong places, and it looks almost scaly! It's a very plain dress, and there are really no special features. It's really a fashion mishap.
There are so many colors that Melissa McCarthy would look good in. Bright pink, turquoise, purple...but she chose grey. The cinching at the waist and the overall unflattering cut of the dress is just.....well, unflattering. The heavy beaded applique on the shoulder and the heavy beading on the sleeves makes everything look weighed down.
Helen Hunt looks magnificent in blue. I love this color, especially on blondes, and it's beautiful. It's simple, but it's clean and not over dramatic. The only thing is that it looks wrinkly on the skirt! However, that's nothing an iron can't fix! ;)
Good job, Anne Hathaway for tying modesty and style together! This pale pink dress looks beautiful on Anne's rosy skin, and the top is modest. The skirt is straight, but not hip hugging! It's a very clean, beautiful piece.
What a fun dress! It must be a bear to wear, but it sure is cute! The skirt is fluffy and fun, just what Amy Adams should be wearing. The empire waist is cute too. This is even a good color on her! Grey is good on red heads with green eyes! She looks just like a feathery princess!
Oh my goodness, this is so pretty! Amanda Seyfried chose to go with a pale pink flowy dress. She looks like an angel! The details on the skirt, and the choker collar are gorgeous, and add nice feminine details. She is so pretty...she just reminds me of daintiness and femininity!
Adele, girl, you need to branch out from black! Oh wait...you did at the Grammys. Never mind. Stick with black. I like the sheer sleeves of the dress with tiny sequin details. It's lightly gathered at the waist, giving it a more structured look. However, the skirt is wide, and is not the most flattering on the hips.
Oh Jennifer Lawrence, you're so pretty! But, it's no wonder that you tripped in your dress! That looks insanely hard to walk in! I love the rose detail on the fabric, and the poufy skirt! It's flattering because of how it is fitted at the waist and the hips, but after the hips poufs outs. I love it!
Ooh, Sally Field, that's pretty! The feminine ruffle details at the bottom add a flirty flair, and the gathered sheer top is pretty. Red looks gorgeous on you! The pleated skirt adds detail! And, I love how you put tennis shoes underneath it! :)
And so, we conclude our Oscars post! But, sometime soon, I will just find fashion from random events! Did you enjoy the three parter? Which was your favorite part? See you soon!