Hollywood may have given its nods to the film industry’s very best at last night’s 89th annual Academy Awards, but I’m here, this morning, to give my opinions on the evening’s best and worst-dressed stars.
More often than not, the glamour—front and center—on the event’s red carpet is enough to make any at-home viewer ooh and ahh in anticipation for the night to come. Unfortunately, however, the oohs and ahhs can also turn into ewws.
Here’s my lodown on the night!
Olivia Culpo: Custom Marchesa gown which was made to support @Water to shine a spotlight on the global water crisis.
Hailee Steinfeld: She nailed it, this dress is incredible, effortless, perfect gown. She proved a soft, floral, pretty gown can make such a bold statement on the Red Carpet. Wearing Ralph and Russo Couture.
Sofia Carson: Hollywood glam redefined, wearing Monique Lhuillier
Jessica Biel: Wearing Kaufman Franco, in a very slim fitting glitter gown. This amazing Tiffany And Co necklace truly makes a statement as well as adding the perfect finishing touch.
Alicia Vikander: This gorgeous, romantic Louis Vuitton gown looks impeccable on her, the simple tiered lace and ruffle detail makes a large statement. She made a great choice with the minimal makeup and bold diamond necklace
Rapheala Neihausen: The garden of flowers that should not have bloomed on the Red Carpet. Wearing Marchesa
Helen Lasichanh: This was a awful from head to toe. very odd choice for the Oscars.
Leslie Mann: This Zac Posen dress may have not been the best choice for the Oscars but it would be a perfect Beauty And The Beast dress up gown.
Allison Schroeder: She may have tried to go for a patriotic look but she should have done America a favor and wore something else. Wearing Leanne Marshall
Janelle Monae: Her Elie Saab dress has way to much going on. There is a lot of potential for this gown if it had a few pieces such as the sides, and belt taken off. Less is more!