|Anne Hathaway in Valentino, one of her many dresses through the night.|
This year’s fresh faced host kept switching her look up with eight different outfit changes. Her first happened to be one of my favorites, giving a modern impression of the Victorian bustle.
|Hailee Steinfeld in Marchesa|
Talk about age appropriate – Hailee Steinfeld has one excellent stylist, or perhaps eye for style herself. This Marchesa gown gives her that princess-celebrity look all the while reminding audiences of her youth. I love the length, the fullness, and especially the studded mesh top. I look forward to seeing her future style choices!
|Amy Adams wears a L’Wren Scott gown|
Amy Adams chose a sleek L’Wren Scott number, giving her that ultimate Hollywood vixen vibe. Reminiscent of Jessica Rabbit, yet there’s something really chic about the modesty of this dress.
|Marisa Tomei in a Charles James couture gown.|
As soon as I saw just a glimpse of Marisa’s gown, I knew I was in love. From the sweat heart neckline to the layers upon layers of tulle, this piece by Charles James screams Parisian dream.
|Mila Kunis in Elie Saab Haute Couture|
Lastly, the Elie Saab gown for Mila Kunis. It seemed as soon as Mila entered the red carpet, all eyes were focused on what she wore. And though Black Swan star Natalie Portman got the gold for Best Actress, Mila stole the show for her unique and feminine choice of dress.
Here are the red carpet dresses that I felt “meh” about:
|Reese Witherspoon in Armani Prive|
|Jennifer Hudons in Versace|
|Michelle Williams in Chanel|
|Michelle Leo in Marc Bouwer|