Best Dressed at The Oscars 2017

We’ve already established that award show season is a fashion blogger’s dream. Last week, the Oscars were filled with flubs and fun, but the fashion stood out the most for me. I scoured the Red Carpet coverage for all my favorite looks and found 12 best dressed contenders

Halle Berry wearing Versace: Halle Berry looked amazing and half her age in a shimmering one-shoulder Versace gown, decked out in shiny fringe details and tons of sparkle. (Photo by Getty)halle-berry-in-versace-getty

Allison Schroeder wearing Leanne Marshall: Hidden Figures screenwriter Schroeder looked lovely in a plunging multi-colored dress with wisps of deep color that made her look like a walking watercolor painting. (Photo by Getty)allison-schroeder-in-leanne-marshall-getty

Auli’i Cravalho wearing Rubin Singer: The adorable Moana star gave a stunning performance of “How Far I’ll Go”, and looked pretty with perfect waves and a strapless white and gold gown with flowing train. (Photo by Getty)aulii-cravalho-in-rubin-singer-getty

Taraji P. Henson wearing Alberta Ferretti: Hidden Figures star Henson looked beyond fabulous, slaying in a rich, gorgeous off-the-shoulder midnight velvet gown with high leg slit. (Photo by Getty)taraji-p-henson-in-custom-alberta-ferretti-getty

Olivia Culpo wearing Marchesa: The young model wore a decadent, intricately detailed sparkling silver dress decked out in layers of fringe in support of a clean drinking water campaign. (Photo by Getty)olivia-culpo-in-marchesa-getty

Busy Philipps wearing Elizabeth Kennedy: Actress Busy Philipps kept it cool in an intriguing velvet emerald strapless design with black circles dotting her whole frame for a mod feel. (Photo by Getty)busy-philipps-in-elizabeth-kennedy-getty

Emma Roberts wearing Armani Prive: The Scream Queens star went old Hollywood with a red lip and vintage Armani (it debuted back in 2005) textured black and white gown. (Photo by Getty)emma-roberts-in-armani-prive-getty

Felicity Jones wearing Dior: The Rogue One actress looked absolutely divine in a full-skirted Dior dress, giving off ballerina vibes with its light tulle and hints of shimmers. (Photo by Getty)felicity-jones-in-dior-getty

Viola Davis wearing Armani Prive: Davis won (and definitely deserved) an Oscar for her supporting role in Fences, and looked beautiful all the while in a flattering bright red gown with a train and off-the-shoulder drapery. (Photo by Getty)viola-davis-in-armani-prive-getty

Emma Stone wearing Givenchy: La La Land actress Stone looks amazing in absolutely anything, so it’s no surprise that she stunned in a gold old-Hollywood gown covered in Swarovski crystals. (Photo by Getty) emma-stone-in-custom-givenchy-getty

Robin Roberts wearing Badgley Mischka: The newsanchor shocked Twitter in a crazy flattering metallic floor-length gown detailed with floral embellished straps. (Photo by Getty)oscars-red-carpet-431-robin-roberts-superJumbo-v2.jpg

Stacy London wearing Alice + Olivia: The fashion consultant wore a crazy cute pinkish orange dress with tiered skirts and a high collar along with funky accessories. (Photo by Getty)

Let me know in the comments below which looks from the Oscars 2017 were your favorites!

One thought on “Best Dressed at The Oscars 2017

  1. Love your picks. Three things I noticed: I remember Diane Lane wearing feathery fringe years ago & being crucified in the aftershows, but it was such a widely received trend this year. As well as the mermaid pillow sequin gowns like Robin Roberts & Jessica Biel glowed in that Gaby Hoffmann received mostly criticism for wearing to the 2016 SAG awards. Remember how Emma Stone channeled Nicole Kidman in the “red bow” gown? I felt a similar channeling of each other in their gowns this year.


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