Oscars 2019 : The Fab & The Frumpy Five

In true statuesque fashion, Oscars 2019 brought haute couture to a whole new level. From men donning tuxedo inspired gowns, to the glitz and glam of Old Hollywood. Let's kick it off with the looks of the night that rocked.

The Fab:

Regina King glowed in a pure white Oscar de le Renta gown as she accepted her Oscar for best supporting actress for her role in If Beale Street Could Talk. Her strapless Greek Goddess inspired gown with a slit to the skies, made her a heavenly sight. A tousled bob and smokey eye complimented her green eyes and softened her look.

Charlize Theron backed it up in a blue Dior gown, looking motion picture perfect. With structured shoulders and long sleeves, she was draped in over 300 carats of BVLGARI Serpenti diamonds and 20 carats of Sapphire.

In scotching hot pink, Gemma Chan ruffled some feathers in this Valentino frock. Complete with pockets, this crazy cool look is pretty rich. 

Pretty in pink, Angela Bassette had the weight of the fashion world on her shoulder. Queen Muva was armed with class and certainly shielding the haters. Talk about wearing your heart on your sleeve!

Ashley Graham was Posen Pretty, redefining trophy wife in every sense of the word in a Zac original with a fitted bodice and flared bottom.

The Frumpy:

All heroes don't wear capes, and they certainly don't make you fly. Maya Rudolph fell victim to the carpet's worst list in a flowy floral fit.

This red spectacle was a sight sore eyes. Rachel Weisz was certainly a wonder(why) for many.

Hola Rosita! This monstrosity of a dress was probably the scariest of the red carpet. "Listen, Linda, Listen!"

Diane Warren certainly turned heads with that neck piece of hers. The bib look may work for RBG, but the turtle necklace is an accessory to a fashion crime.

Somebody say Star Burst? Laura Marano was chewed up for this pink and yellow number. Her Celia Kritharioti gown flaunts a gigantic bow with a block of pepto pink.


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