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Monday, February 25, 2013

Oscar Favorites

Did you watch the Oscars last night like every other person on Facebook and Instagram? I admit that I was really pumped up about them and had the channel changed right at 7:30, but it didn't last. We are no movie buffs in my household and I hadn't seen a single film that was nominated. Honestly, I thought it was quite boring and switched over to my dvr for an episode of Selling New York.
I did however switch back for the last 45 minutes or so and my favorite part of the whole show was the last act of Kristin Chenoweth and Seth MacFarlane signing to "Losers" during the closing ceremony. I thought it was pretty hilarious, although I'm sure not all the A-listers would agree with me.
Even though the show was less than stellar, the fashion had me amped up to see more. There was a wide variety of looks and colors. Here are my faves from last night.
Sandra Bullock was flawless in her lacy black Elie Saab number.

She was a lady in red, but I don't think she could have danced in this poofy skirt. As always Anniston looked classic and beautiful! 

Pink and gold, yes please!!

Jennifer Garner I thought looked the best in her raspberry column Gucci gown with the dramatic ruffled train. The 2.5 million in jewels were stunning as well!

Amy Adams looked like a princess in her gray Oscar de la Renta creation.

Giuliana Rancic looks healthy and glowing in this Rafael Cennamo gown. She tends to look too skinny and pale, but this number really flatters her tiny frame!

This color on Maria Menounos and sleek fit of her Romona Keveza gown are fabulous. Her hair do bothered me though. I feel like she possbily stuck a bump it in her frock. Minus the hair, I loved the simple look.
What was your favorite Oscar look?
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  1. I actually loved Jenifer Hudson's dress that she wore when she sang. I thought it fit her well and loved the metalic. Gorgeous!

  2. All of these were beautiful but my favorite was Sandra Bullock. She looked amazing and I loved her diamond hair clip too! Lot's of glam last night. Loved it! xo


  3. Well I've got to say it you (Americans) know how to put on a show. The dresses were great and the chat is interesting up to a point. However,some of the reporting is a bit sycophantic at times and lets be honest some of these 'beautiful people' aren't all they seem. I find I'm like you can watch a bit but need it in small portions. Amy Adams dress was like a fairy princess. The women must never eat or workout endlessly. I was vastly entertained by the presenter they interviewed who commented on Jane Fonda and how shes never aging ha ha