Monday, February 25, 2013

Eye candy, designer-style.

I won't win any awards for pointing out the obvious, but I'll share my faves from the red carpet nonetheless. I mean, who doesn't like to look at pretty things multiple times?

I clocked Amy Adams in at #2 best-dressed. Her Oscar de la Renta somehow managed to be over the top and subtly glamorous at the same time; probably due to the lovely dove grey of it.

This shot shows how gorgeous her makeup was, too. She looks like Cinderella, but better. Cinderella would've put on an annoying necklace, methinks.


It's just spectacular. I can't even imagine what it feels like to wear a dress like that.


Next up, Natalie Portman. Yes, I love her no matter what and would've tried to find an excuse to feature her even if she didn't look flawless, but luckily she did the work for me! Here she is at the Vanity Fair after-party in Dior. I didn't rank her because she wasn't technically shown at the Oscars, but she'd probably put Amy Adams at #3 if I had to choose. So...I guess I just ranked her. Sorry, Amy.


I will ALWAYS like an outfit when it involves emerald earrings.


So sleek! She's a fellow shortie, and looks so glamorous and tall here, which is a hallmark of a well-designed gown.

And best-dressed by a long shot, Naomi Watts in Armani Prive.


Hot damn, woman.



Thoughts, agreements, disagreements?



5 comments:

  1. I totally agree about Amy Adams. Naomi looks great, but I didn't love that look. It's a little bit too Star Trek for me. I like more classic styles. Speaking of which, I thought Jessica Chastain looked absolutely stunning in a dress that takes full advantage of her coloring. http://www.redcarpet-fashionawards.com/2013/02/25/jessica-chastain-in-giorgio-armani-2013-oscars/



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  2. yeah, chastain is definitely next on my list. i thought she looked phenomenal! plus, my middle name is chastain, so...there's that.

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  3. I'm thinking Amy Adams post-Oscars #1 and Amy at ceremony #2. She blew everyone else away. Amanda Seyfried a distant 3rd.

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