I will admit however that I am vastly more interested in the actresses' choices of gowns than I am in the movies chosen by the Academy. No matter what choices are made in the winners of different categories, there is always going to be something that bothers people. I do think that everyone who was recognized this year deserved their win, so did many of the other nominees, but unfortunately they cannot all win. It is probably a good thing that I am not one of those who chooses the winners because, when it comes to movies, I basically love them all (even if they're terrible).
Anyway, on to the fun part, fashion (which I am totally capable of judging). Every year I look at the lists of best and worst dressed from the Oscars, sometimes I agree and sometimes I definitely do not. This year, since I have my own blog, I'm going to put my opinions out there.
Now, I'm just going to note that I'm only talking about the ladies of the red carpet, because I have no idea what I'm talking about when it comes to men's fashion (unless they do something spectacularly awful I'm just excited to see a man in tux). Sorry if you feel left out.
|Jennifer Lawrence in Dior|
|Anne Hathaway in Gucci|
|Cate Blanchett in Armani|
|Emma Watson in Vera Wang|
|Angelina Jolie in Elie Saab|
|Jennifer Garner in Oscar de la Renta|
I love Jennifer Garner's flapper-esque silver dress. It looks like it would be so much fun to dance in. I also like her understated hair and make-up, since the dress is definitely a statement piece.
|Kate Hudson in Versace|
|Charlize Theron in Dior|
|Amy Adams in Gucci|
|Lupita Nyong'o in Prada|