Tuesday, February 26, 2013

2013 Oscar's Best and Worst

I love watching celebrities walk down the red carpet during award season. I could watch them parade around in their gowns for hours. The funny thing is while I would die to wear these gowns, my dream would really be to choose these dresses. Sometimes I watch and see the dresses selected and think, "what on earth was their stylist (or lack there of) thinking?". While some gowns leave me wanting to slam my head into a wall, there are always a handful of dresses that make me gasp with fashion thrill! 

Worst Dressed:

These are the gowns that I saw and then wanted to cry. Out of all the unbelievably gorgeous gowns that celebrities can wear these women chose this? 


Kristin Stewart in Reem Acra 


Kelly Rowland in Donna Karen Atelier


Renee Zellweger in Carolina Herrera 


Zoe Saldana in Alexis Mabille

My worst dressed pick: 


Olivia Munn in Marchesa 
 This dress is just all around bad. Even on the runway it didn't look great, so I am not sure why this gown was chosen. I usually love Marchesa gowns but this one really missed the mark for me. 

Best Dressed: 
These are the gowns that I wait all year to see. When I see these women walk onto the red carpet in these gorgeous creations my heart skips a beat. These are the ones who really did it right in my book. 


Amy Adams in Oscar de la Renta


Jennifer Aniston in Valentino 


Jennifer Garner in Gucci 


Jennifer Lawrence in Dior

My best dressed pick: 


Amanda Seyfried in Alexander McQueen

This was a really difficult choice for me. I love all of these gowns, Jennifer Lawrence in Dior was a really close second, but I have to give it to Seyfried. When I saw her in this gown my jaw dropped. I love everything about this dress as well as her hair and makeup, I think she looks flawless. Plus I loved her in Les Mis. 

Who was your favorite and least favorite at the 2013 Oscar's? 

13 comments:

  1. I agree with the worst and best dressed! I loved Jennifer Lawrence dress. She looked like a princess.

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  2. I know that Dior gown was to die for she looked amazing!

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  5. I definitely agree with your best dressed pick!

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    1. Thanks Lauren!

      I was a little hesitant to put that one as my best dressed pick. As I was writing this post I was watching Fashion Police on E and they were kind of hating on this dress. But I stand by my opinion because I really love this gown!

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  6. I hated Zoe Saldana's dress and Kelly's dress too! I thought Amy and Jennifer L looked gorgeous :)

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    2. I actually love the train on Saladana's gown but I hate the belt and feathers I think it makes the gown look cheap. I love Amy's gown too, you really can't go wrong with an Oscar de la Renta gown, the man is genius!

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  7. I actually really loved Zoe Saldana's dress! But my favourite were Jennifer Lawrence and Amanda Seyfried :)
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    1. I half love it. The bottom half of the gown is gorgeous, but the top half is what threw me off. I'm glad other people liked Seyfried's gown because I am in love with it!

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  8. I actually liked Zoe's. Now, K stewart, hot mess!
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    1. I agree total hot mess! Zoe's dress has been getting some mixed reviews, I guess you either love it or hate it. The top part of the dress really bothers me. Other than that it was very flattering on her and the fit was perfect. I just wish there was no belt or feathers!

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