So last night was the Oscars and, as can be expected from a big, celeb-packed award show, there was a number of AH-MAZ-ING outfits that had fans drooling throughout the night. Since we love clothes at Shop Adorn (obviously!) and since it’s always fun to dish we thought it’d be fun to create our own little like of our favorite 2013 Oscar fashion!
Jennifer Lawrence in Dior Haute Couture
So, I probably would have loved whatever she decided to wear because I’m just that obsessed with J. Lawr, but as soon as she stepped out in this stunning Dior gown there was no doubt in my mind that she would end up a gracing the best-dressed list. Oscar fashion is all about the glamour, and Jennifer does that well in this strapless number that’s equal parts fabulous poofy prom dress and sleek, sophisticated ball gown. She really is just too gorgeous for words.
Reese Witherspoon in Louis Vuitton
Amy Adams in Oscar de la Renta
Anne Hathaway in Prada
I have a serious question for ya’ll… when the heck does Anne Hathway ever NOT look fantastic? But honestly, this girl switches dresses only THREE HOURS before hitting the red carpet and she still looks out-of-this-world stunning in this pale pink number from fashion house, Prada. Top this simplistically beautiful gown with Anne’s adorable pixie hair, simple make up and few accessories and you have a winner for sure.
Jennifer Gardner in Gucci
Charlize Theron in Dior Haute Couture
Samantha Barks in Valentino
Holy smokes is all I gotta say for Samantha Barks’ plunging Valentino dress. Girl was stunning in Les Miserable despite being covered in rags throughout the film (and dressed as a boy for the other half) but DANG! Samatha is almost too gorgeous in this clean-lined black gown and simple necklace, and her legs look like the literally go on for miles under that fabric. Plus, the gown has pockets. POCKETS!!! If there is anything better than dresses with pockets I haven’t found it yet, that’s for sure.
Zoe Saldana in Alexis Mabille Couture
Halle Berry in Marchesa
Naomi Watts in Armani
It can be hard for me to truly get behind a floor length metallic gown for the simple fact that, if not done correctly, the wearer more often-than-not ends up looking like a life-size statue. However, Naomi pulls the look off flawlessly in this shiny silver Armani number. I actually love the sparkly, but most of all that architectural neckline! The cut-out design is just too wonderful for words, and really steps the look up from just you average sparkly dress. Add in Naomi’s easy, slightly messy updo and flawless complexion and you got a stunning Oscar fashion moment.